Purchaser of the Ab Circle Pro that were not satisfied with their purchase and whom have not yet received a refund.
$200. The actual amount will be based on the number of claims received and whether the $25,000,000 claim pool gets exhausted.
|Proof of Purchase:||
Ab Circle Pro Claim Form (You need to register an account to file the claim)
|Case Name:||Federal Trade Commission v. Fitness Brands, Inc., et al., Case No. 12-23065-CIV-ALTONAGA|
The Ab Circle Pro is a piece of abdominal exercise equipment sold both through infomercials and retail stores. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) alleged that the companies associated with the Ab Circle Pro make misleading claims about the product’s value for fat loss and as a more effective alternative to sit-ups. The defendant’s did not agree with this allegation, but settled the case before it was heard by the court.
Occasionally we come across a case that just shocks us to the core (pardon the pun). What is the world coming to if you can’t rely on the veracity of claims made on infomercials? Good thing the FTC is stop the lawlessness. Can’t a fat American rely on the makers of the Ab Circle Pro to give them 6-pack abs for the four low installments of $29.95. Well, I will be taking my money to the fine people at the Brazilian Butt Lift program.
|Settlement Pool:||$15,000,000 – $25,000,000 (depending on the number of claims)|
|Website:||Ab Circle Pro Settlement on FTC Website|
|Deadline:||April 22, 2013 (estimate, no close date yet set for the settlement)|
|Administrator:||FTC v Fitness Brands, Inc., et al.
Office of the Claims Administrator
P.O. Box 2008
Chanhassen, MN 55317-2008