Irwin Naturals Products
Allegations: False natural claims
Batista et al v. Irwin Naturals
20-cv-10737, C.D. Cal.
Ginkgo Smart dietary supplement
Misleadingly marketing that the supplement improves memory and concentration without scientific evidence to support such claims
TINA.org reader flags “ultimate apples to oranges” comparison.
Dueling and potentially confusing hotel ratings muddy deals.
The result is that BNPL services that are advertised as free aren’t, class-action lawsuits allege.
Tricking consumers into paying hundreds of dollars for services that are available for free.
Even the CEO acknowledges that some consumers have confused the company for the federal government.