Phiten Necklace, Bracelet Class Action Alleges Phiten Misled Consumers
Last Updated on June 26, 2017
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At A Glance
- This Alert Affects
- Consumers who purchased a Phiten necklace or bracelet, which claim to stabilize the body's energy flow.
- Consumers who bought a Phiten bracelet or necklace may be able to recover the cost of their accessory, as claims have surfaced that they company's advertising regarding the products was misleading.
- Phiten USA, Inc. is a California corporation headquartered in Torrance, California and conducts business through the United States.
- Additional Details
- Phiten necklaces and bracelets are made of titanium and work to stabilize the electric flow that nerves use to relay actions to the body.
Phiten Necklace Class Action Lawsuit
Phiten necklaces and bracelets claim to improve the user’s balance of energy, which can help relieve discomfort, counteract fatigue and speed recovery. However, a Phiten class action lawsuit accuses the company of using false and misleading marketing and advertising materials to promote their products. Furthermore, many scientists and doctors say there is no scientific evidence supporting Phiten’s claims.
Phiten Scam Alleged
According to the Phiten class action lawsuit, Phiten made misleading statements about its necklaces and bracelets on its website, along with posting testimonials from users who claim that the Phiten products have made them better athletes, maximized their performance, and increased their endurance. The website claims that Phiten products stabilize energy, alleviate discomfort and counteract stress and fatigue by restoring the body’s natural healing powers. The Phiten class action lawsuit, however, questions where there is any evidence backing these claims, and suggests that the manner in which the bracelets and necklaces are advertised is misleading to the average consumer.
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