FTC SENDS REFUNDS TO CONSUMERS WHO BOUGHT “MIRACLE” PAIN CURE FOR OLDER ADULTS
The FTC is sending checks totaling more than $76,000 to consumers who bought Isoprex, a supposed “miracle” pain supplement marketed to older Americans nationwide.
According to the FTC’s April 2020 complaint, Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC and its owner, James DiGeorgia, advertised and sold Isoprex using both direct mail brochures and websites. Isoprex is a pill consisting primarily of a combination of various herbs and spices, which the defendants claimed could provide effective relief for older adults suffering from muscle and joint pain, headaches, arthritis, joint inflammation, and a range of other ailments. The FTC says that Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC falsely claimed to have tests and studies to back up their product claims.
The FTC is sending 4,782 refund checks to people who bought Isoprex. Those who receive checks should cash them within 60 days.
If you have more questions, please call the refund administrator, Analytics, Inc. at 1-888-969-3783.