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Posted June 2, 2020

FTC Sends Refund Checks for "ReJuvination" Supplement

On June 1, 2020, the FTC announced it is mailing 1,310 checks totaling nearly $149,000 to consumers who purchased ReJuvination, a product deceptively marketed as a cure-all for various age-related conditions, including cell damage, heart attack damage, brain damage, and deafness. The refunds are being distributed after an FTC complaint from February 2020 that the defendants were advertising ReJuvination as an anti-aging cure-all.

The FTC will begin mailing checks today, and recipients should deposit or cash checks within 60 days. The agency reminded consumers that it never requires people to pay money or provide account information to cash refund checks. The average check amount is $113.

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