In May 2013, a California state judge preliminarily approved a settlement of a class-action lawsuit between Quick Trim and consumers who claim it falsely advertised its product’s weight loss benefits. According to the settlement terms, consumers will get a refund for 50% of the purchase price with proof of purchase. (Anaya v. Quick Trim, LLC., Case No. CIV-VS-1201177, Super. Ct. Calif.)

 


The Latest

Filters

Spectrum Mobile

Ad Alert

Spectrum Mobile

Inquiry finds price comparison uses wireless carrier’s lowest tier plan but not one of its competitors.

Brillia

Ad Alert

Brillia

What consumers should know about this purported homeopathic product.

Yu

Ad Alert

Yu

Supplement company removes some unapproved health claims following TINA.org inquiry.


Show More