A class action lawsuit has been filed against QuickTrim Weight Loss System and the Kardashian sisters claiming they made inaccurate claims about the ability to lose weight when taking the Quick Trim supplement. Class members contend that the ability to lose weight while taking the QuickTrim product was overstated if not all together a lie. The defendants deny any actions of wrong doing but have agreed to settlement terms in order to avoid a trial by fire. More and more class action lawsuits against producers of weight loss supplement are being seen and will surely continue to rise. The lawsuit is entitled Teresa Anaya v. Quick Trim, LLC and is in the jurisdiction of the Superior Court of the State of California, County of San Bernardino. Other defendants in the lawsuit include retailers GNC, Drugstore.com, CVS Pharmacy, Wal-Mart and Amazon.com. There are two settlement classes under the AnayaSupplementSettlement that include Group A, Category 1 and Group A, Category 2. Under category 1 each class member will receive a settlement of 50% compensation of the purchase price they paid for the QuickTrim product unless they decide to accept a coupon instead. Under category 2 a class member will receive 50% of the purchase price or a coupon which can be redeemed for a retail value equal to the full purchase price of the QuickTrim Products. In order to qualify for any type a settlement a claim form must be filed by August 5, 2013.
Class members in the case are defined as anyone who purchased on of the following QucikTrim products between the dates of August 14, 2009 through March 1, 2013:
- Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater
- Quick Trim Fast Cleanse
- QuickTrim Extreme Burn
- Quick Trim Burn & Cleanse
- Quick Trim Hot Stix
- Quick Trim Fast Shake
- Quick Trim Satisfy
- Quick Trim Celluslim
Class members will be represented by the law firm of Kabateck Brown Kellner, LLP. QuickTrim LLC have hire the law firm of Nagel Rice, LLP. A settlement fairness hearing will be held on 08-05-13 at the San Bernardino County Courthouse.
The U.S. Weight Loss Market is estimated to be worth over $60 billion dollars. Any questions about the Anaya Lawsuit can be directed to: Anaya Supplement Settlement Administrator P.O. Box 2838 Portland, OR 97208-2838 or online.