FTC SENDS REFUNDS TO CONSUMERS WHO BOUGHT STIMTEIN JOINT PAIN RELIEF PILLS
The FTC is sending checks totaling more than $110,000 to consumers who bought StimTein, a pill that would supposedly provide effective joint pain relief.
In February 2020, the FTC filed a complaint against Excellent Marketing Results, Inc. (EMR), which sold StimTein through infomercials and online. According to the FTC, EMR’s advertised joint pain relief claims for StimTein were false and not supported by scientific evidence.
The FTC is sending 12,219 checks to consumers. Those who receive checks should deposit or cash them within 60 days.
If you have more questions, please call the refund administrator, Analytics, Inc. at 1-866-316-1729 .