Lawsuit Investigation into Vantel Pearls

Last Updated on August 10, 2017

Important Information

Attorneys working with are no longer investigating this matter. If you’ve had problems with Vantel Pearls, scroll down to see why the investigation was closed and what your options are now.

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At A Glance

What's Going On?
Dozens of consumers have come forward with complaints regarding Vantel Pearls, including delayed shipments and poor jewelry quality. In light of these complaints, attorneys working with began investigating whether the company could be sued.
What Happened? Was a Class Action Ever Filed?
Attorneys we work with have decided to close their investigation of this matter instead of filing a lawsuit against Vantel.
Why Would the Attorneys Close Their Investigation?
The attorneys have reason to believe that Vantel is financially unstable and would be unable to reimburse all the class members in a successful lawsuit. On top of that, Vantel customers have suffered a variety of grievances, from broken jewelry to wrong orders to missing shipments, which means it would be difficult for attorneys to define a class and calculate damages. That doesn’t mean consumers are left without options, though.
What Can I Do Now?
Vantel customers and consultants can voice their complaints to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), which assures users that its customer complaints are “usually closed within 30 days.” You may be able to have your concerns addressed by Vantel itself or at least warn others of its alleged wrongdoings. We also urge you to speak to an attorney in your area if you still have questions regarding your legal rights in this matter.
Any Other Advice?
Stay informed! Visit our lawsuit page to see a list of ongoing lawsuits and investigations that may affect you. Or, check out our settlements page to find out if you are part of another class action that was already settled. You may be able to get some money back.