Homeopathic Dissolvable Strip Firm Shut Down By FTC Will Relaunch After Settling
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
"It's pretty agonizing now. Our plan is to settle with them as fast as possible and move forward," says Jason Cardiff of Redwood Scientific Technologies in Upland, Calif. FTC alleges firm made unsubstantiated claims for dissolvable film strips for smoking cessation, weight loss and sexual performance; billed customers for unauthorized sales; made "abusive telemarketing through robocalls"; and stated false earnings claims to attract multilevel marketing distributors.
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