The Office of the Attorney General has reached a settlement agreement with Nutra Pills, Inc., and its owner, Joshua D. Bezoni, to bring the Internet marketer and seller of nutritional supplements, including acai berry supplements, into compliance with Colorado’s consumer protection laws and to reimburse consumers who did business with the company over the last year.
According to the complaint, consumers believed they were signing up for a free trial of products and were authorizing only the associated shipping and handling fee. However, when the free trial arrived, consumers also received a two month-supply of the product and were given limited time to return the product.
Under the settlement, Bezoni and Nutra Pills must reimburse all consumer complainants who filed complaints since December 2006 and all consumers who requested but were denied refunds since December 2008 through April 30, 2010.
If you believe you may be entitled to relief under the Office of the Attorney General’s settlement agreement with Joshua Bezoni and Nutra Pills, contact Nutra Pills Inc. directly at 888-798-4733.
Affected consumers are also encouraged to file a complaint with the Colorado Attorney General at www.coloradoattorneygeneral.gov/complaint or via mail at:
Office of the Attorney General
Consumer Protection Section
1525 Sherman Street
Denver, CO 80203