Consumers who purchased products from a dietary supplement company still have time to get their money back according to State Attorney General Roy Cooper.
According to Cooper, the company promised free 30 day trials but charged consumers for shipments they didn't order and didn't want. North Carolina, along with several other states, filed a lawsuit against the company and reached a $5 million settlement.
Dietary supplements sold by Berkeley include Altovis, Avlimil, Avlimil Complete, Dromias, Numovil, Pinadol, Rogisen, Rovicid, Suvaril, Nuproxi and Rudofil.
Consumers can get their refund by calling 1-877-5-NO-SCAM or by going to www.ncdoj.com. The deadline is May 31st.
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