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Monat Offensive Fails To Deter Class Actions For Alleged Fraud, Hair Loss

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Direct seller launched a preemptive strike last year against a professional stylist for her allegations that Monat hair products cause hair loss and other damage "just like WEN." In recent weeks, the firm has lodged more defamation suits against individuals, while plaintiffs have begun filing proposed class actions against Monat in Florida federal court

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