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December 2017: This case was transferred from a California court to a New Jersey court. (Case No. 17-cv-12604, D. NJ.)
September 2017: This case was transferred to federal court. (Shoaf et al v. Vitaquest, Intl. LLC and Windmill Health Products, LLC, Case No. 17-cv2007, S. D. CA.)
August 2017: A false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against Vitaquest Intl. and Windmill Health Products for allegedly deceptively marketing DietWorks Garcinia Cambogia as a dietary supplement that aides weight loss and burns and reduces fat when, according to the complaint, scientific evidence proves that the only active ingredient (Hydroxycitric Acid) does not provide the claimed benefits. (Shoaf et al v. Vitaquest, Intl. LLC and Windmill Health Products, LLC, Case No. 37-2017-00030910, California Superior Court – San Diego)
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