warning!    counterfeit alert!

You may have been a victim of fraud. We are working in coordination with law enforcement that some online retailers, and some retailers in Florida, and elsewhere, are knowingly selling counterfeit products with variations of our old labels that are being used to mislead consumers into thinking they are buying our products. If you purchased what appears to be our products on Amazon, eBay, or any other online site or retail location, between 2017 and now, kindly understand those labels may not have been our authorized products. We can not verify the ingredients or safety of anything in those bottles. Our lab tests have shown that counterfeit tablets may be filled with at least 50% ash and water!

If you purchased any counterfeit products on Amazon you should consider filing an “A-to-Z Guarantee” claim immediately and notify your credit card company. Remember to leave feedback on the Seller page in order to save others from suffering the same fate as you.


If you come across any products using our trademarks, copyrights, product names, or are similar in any way that makes you suspicious, including any variation of the use of the names BP Balance, BP Reducer, Diabetic Balancer, Glucose Formula, Prostate Formula, Cholesterol Formula, and Treat Yourself (including in their domain names), please contact us right away so we can alert law enforcement, and the proper investigative agencies including the FBI, FDA, FTC, your State's Attorney General, and others. If you see any bottles that do not have our current labels on them, they are not our products.


If you are in Florida, or elsewhere, here are some helpful numbers:

Florida Division of Consumer Services - 1-800-435-7352

Seniors vs Crime - 1-800-203-3099

Florida Attorney General's Office - 1-866-966-7226

Federal Trade Commission - 1-800-876-7060

Florida Division of Consumer Services - 1-800-435-7352

Food & Drug Administration - 888-463-6332

You may want to contact your state's Attorney General and your closest FBI office and tell them you have been the victim of internet fraud. Also, you may wish to file a complaint on StopFakes.gov

Additionally, you are encouraged to contact local law enforcement, and submit a complaint to the Federal Trade Commission. You may also want to contact the Food & Drug Administration because the list of ingredients on the bottle(s) you purchased may not be the ingredients that are actually in there. We may also notify you of other avenues you have for consumer protection. We are sorry this has happened to you, and will continue to do our best to prevent counterfeit products.

If you purchased any bottles between 2017 to today that look like those below, please contact us immediately and tell us where and when you bough them.

Remember, we did NOT do anything wrong. So when you file your complaints please make sure you focus on the name of the business that sold you the counterfeit products. 

We are here for you if and when you need us.

*The above statement has been approved by our attorneys.

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