Class Action

“Green Coffee Bean Extract” Pills

Class Action

“Green Coffee Bean Extract” Pills

August 2015: This action was dismissed When a complaint is dismissed with prejudice, it cannot be refiled., the reasons for which have not been disclosed.

July 2014: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Revolution Laboratories L.L.C. for allegedly deceiving consumers in its marketing for “Green Coffee Bean Extract,” a weight-loss dietary supplement. Plaintiffs claimed that the company misleadingly advertised the weight-loss supplement in a number of ways, including:

  • Representing that consumers who take the supplement will lose a substantial amount of weight without adequate support to make such claims,
  • Marketing a “free” 14-day trial package of the supplement when, in reality, consumers will be charged the purchase price if they do not cancel the trial within 14 days of placing the order, and
  • Representing that there are “no commitments” to the 14-day trial when, in reality, the company automatically subscribes consumers into a 6-month negative option purchase commitment (where the company will automatically ship and charge consumers for monthly supplies of the product).

(Goeke et al v. Revolution Laboratories L.L.C., Joshua Nussbaum, Rev Labs Management Inc., Terry Moncada, L.R. Nevada Investments LLC, LR Nevada Investmnets-JC Management LLC, LR Nevada Investments-MP Management LLC, and Barry Nussbaum, Case No. 14-cv-00806, S. D. IL.).

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