FTC sends refunds for "cognitive improvement" supplements
FTC is mailing 27,174 refund checks totaling over $551,000 to consumers who purchased “cognitive improvement” supplements, including Geniux, Xcel, EVO, and Ion-Z. According to the FTC's complaint, these supplements were deceptively marketed using sham news websites that contained false claims about how effective the products were, references to non-existent clinical studies, and bogus endorsements.
If you get a check, please cash it within 60 days.
If you have questions about this refund program, please call the refund administrator at 1-844-908-0532.