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Posted September 24, 2020

FTC Sends Refund Checks to Consumers of Deceptive Joint Pain Supplement

On September 24, 2020, the FTC announced it is mailing 4,782 checks totaling more than $76,000 to consumers who bought Isoprex, a supplement marketed with deceptive claims that it could treat or cure joint pain, muscle pain, headaches, and arthritis. The product targeted older consumers and was sold nationwide through direct mail brochures and websites. The refunds are being distributed as part of an April, 2020 settlement with Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC.

The FTC noted that recipients should deposit or cash checks within 60 days. It also reminded consumers that the FTC never requires people to pay money or provide account information to cash refund checks. Each check amount is $15.97.

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FTC Refunds More Than $76,000 to Consumers Who Bought Deceptively Marketed "Miracle" Pain Cure for Older Adults

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