sp0001_01[1]The False Labeling Complaint Center estimates false labeling, or false advertising associated with drugs, medications, medical product, or cosmetics cost US consumers billions of dollars per year.  The group wants to hear from any consumer who has recently purchased any type of drug, medication, medical device, cosmetic or supplement that was falsely labeled, as providing benefits that did not happen or was advertised as creating a benefit that turned out to be no benefit or dangerous to the consumer, provided the consumer kept the merchandise, they have a copy of the label or the advertising that hyped the product’s benefits and the consumer still has a copy of the receipt.

What Type of Products Qualify:

  • ucm261202[1]First, and most importantly, the product must be a national brand name product
  • Any type of drug, or pharmaceutical product that did nothing-no positive impact or result
  • Any type of medical product, or medical device that was actually defective, or that offered no positive result for the consumer.
  • Dietary, or health supplements are one of the fasted growing consumer markets in the US. The problem: This industry is largely unregulated, and it is full of products that are falsely labeled, or that offer no health benefit to the consumer.
  • Cosmetic Products: Anyone over the age of 50  would love to look 10 years younger, but it is very unlikely an expensive facial cream will turn back the clock for the vast majority of US citizens. We believe cosmetic product mislabeling or false advertising involving brand name cosmetic products are at epidemic levels. Are you a victim, and can you prove it?

Did you purchase a over the counter drug, medication, cosmetic, or health supplement only to discover it did not work, or it completely failed to live up to its advertising, and did you keep the advertising, the promotional literature or the packaging?

We want to hear from all victims provided we are talking about national brand, the product was clearly advertised in a false, or misleading way, and most importantly the consumer possesses promotional material for the product, the actual advertisement, or a label that is clearly false, or extremely misleading.