Detroit Deceptive Sale Practice Lawyers
Protein Powder Mislabeling
Despite their “lean” and “healthy” labels, protein powders like Muscle Milk, Monster Milk falsely advertise the amounts of L-Glutamine, fat, oils, and other ingredients – deceiving consumers who purchased the products to boost their athletic performance or control their weight.
Excessive 401(k) Plan Fees
You’ve worked hard to save for your future by contributing to a 401(k) plan you thought was well-managed. Unfortunately, the executives and investment advisors that manage those plans may be robbing you of your retirement by taking more than their fair share of fees.
Pesticides in Tea
Many tea products marketed as “natural,” “all natural,” and “100% natural” actually contain organic or manmade pesticides that the companies neglect to wash from tea leaves before they reach store shelves – and fail to disclose on product labels.
Keratin Hair Products
Manufacturers of keratin hair care lines are deceiving consumers into believing their products repair, reconstruct, or strengthen hair when in fact the products either have no restorative characteristics or don’t contain keratin at all.
Manufacturers, food producers, and investment services that try to dupe or mislead consumers should be held accountable
We all want to be smart shoppers, especially when we buy food, health and beauty supplies, and goods for our families or make financial decisions for the future. But sometimes the companies that market and sell those products attempt to cheat or mislead us – and that’s illegal.
If you’ve been the victim of false advertising, product mislabeling, price gouging, undisclosed investment fees, or another kind of deceptive sales or business practice, a class action may be the best way to fight big corporations and recover compensation for yourself and others who have been similarly harmed.
Are you a victim of false advertising or improper product labeling?
When companies choose to deceive the public for the sake of profit and greed, state and federal consumer protection laws provide the means to recover damages.