Class Action

Driven Sports Craze Supplement

Class Action

Driven Sports Craze Supplement

A March 2012 class action representing California residents states that Driven Sports “makes representations regarding the efficacy, safety and legality of [Craze] which are false, misleading and deceptive.”  At issue is the fact that Craze allegedly contains amphetamine, which is regulated as a controlled substance and a dangerous stimulant in California.  (Karman .v Driven Sports, Inc., Case No. 1203768, Cal. Superior Ct., County of Riverside.)

 


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