Optifiber Natural Prebiotic Fiber Supplement Class Action Lawsuit, Are You Affected?
Recently, Costco Wholesale Corp faced a class action lawsuit for deceivingly advertising Optifiber Natural Prebiotic Fiber Supplement as “natural.” However, the plaintiffs claimed that the product has a synthetic ingredient wheat dextrin.
According to Robert Smythe who filed the class action lawsuit, the company’s advertising of Optifiber is “false, deceptive, and misleading.”
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Smythe, along with other proposed class members, argues that because of this deceiving advertising, he purchased the Kirkland Signature Optifiber. The false marketing tricked them into purchasing a product they wouldn’t even buy if they know that it’s not a natural product.
“Conditions in the industry have created the perfect storm for unscrupulous supplement makers, like Defendant, to take advantage of consumers,” the class action lawsuit asserts.
Editor’s note on The Optifiber Natural Prebiotic Fiber Supplement Class Action Lawsuit:
This piece is to inform you about the recent Optifiber Natural Prebiotic Fiber Supplement Class Action Lawsuit
If you are considered eligible to be among the class of consumers described in the article above, you may eventually be able to participate in receiving any compensation the court may award.
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