No Muscle Behind the True Athlete Training Formula?April 29th, 2013 by 1800thelaw2
True Athlete Training Formula Class Action Lawsuit
If you or someone you know uses Vitamin Shoppe’s True Athlete Training Formula to enhance athletic performance, build muscle or improve the cardiovascular system, you may want to consult with your doctor and talk to a lawyer at 1-800-THE-LAW2. A consumer fraud class action lawsuit was recently filed in California, contending that the popular nutritional supplement store “knowingly/recklessly ignored” scientific evidence that the formula did not live up to its promises.
The plaintiffs also contend that the Vitamin Shoppe knowingly “underdoses” key compounds in order to cut costs; these compounds, Creatine Monohydrate, Beta-Alanine (as Carnosyn), and AstraGin, are well-known and widely used in sports.
A number of damages are being sought, including “compensatory, consequential and special damages; punitive damages; and injunctive relief.” Plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit contend that the Vitamin Shoppe is liable for false advertising, breach of express warranty and unjust enrichment.
Time to Flex Your Legal Muscle
Anyone who has purchased and used True Athlete Training Formula in the last four years is encouraged to contact a lawyer as soon as possible. Call 1-800-THE-LAW2 – we have the strongest network of attorneys in California and can put you in touch with one of them right away. And if you feel more comfortable discussing your particular situation in Spanish, all you have to do is to visit Los Defensores webpage.