The Marketing for FasciaBlaster
Allegations: Falsely advertising the health and medical benefits of using FasciaBlaster without scientific evidence to support advertised claims
July 2021: Plaintiffs filed a Notice of Appeal regarding the April and June court decisions.
June 2021: The case was dismissed.
April 2021: The Court concluded that the proposed class and subclasses did not satisfy the class certification requirements.
September 2019: This case was transferred to a court in Texas. (Case No. 20-cv-2125, S.D. Tex.)
January 2018: This case was transferred to federal court. (Case No. 18-cv-116, C.D. Cal.)
October 2017: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Ashley Black International Holdings for allegedly falsely advertising the FasciaBlaster (a massage stick with plastic claws that is supposed to provide various aesthetic benefits, including reducing cellulite and improving skin tone and muscle definition). Among other things, the complaint alleges that:
To learn more about all of these and the other deceptive advertising allegations in the complaint, click here. (Elson et al v. Ashley Black, Ashley Black International Holdings, and ADB Interests LLC, Case No. BC680843, Superior Court of the State of California – County of Los Angeles)
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