A report from Morning News Direct Sales alleges that Jeunesse products worth 1.5 billion yuan were seized on May 19th. The haul equates to $210 million dollars in seized inventory, and is the second largest seizure of Jeunesse products to date.
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The cost of appealing what has been condemned as a “paltry” settlement that ‘will inevitably result in the vast majority of (Jeunesse victims) receiving nothing‘, has been set at $70,000.
Despite it appearing to be a bum deal for Jeunesse victims, the RICO lawsuit settlement has received final approval. On January 9th a court order granting the settlement found it to be ‘fair, reasonable, adequate, and in the best interests of the Settlement Class Members‘. Under the terms of the settlement, Jeunesse will pay $2.5 [Continue reading…]
Back in August it was announced Jeunesse had settled a lawsuit alleging RICO violations for $2.5 million. Through an amicus curiae brief filed on December 7th, Truth in Advertising (TINA) has opposed the settlement. According to the consumer advocacy organization, Jeunesse’s settlement ‘provides no meaningful benefit to‘ victims and permits ‘Jeunesse to continue unfettered with [Continue reading…]
Following on from a settlement reached in the RICO class-action against Jeunesse, a settlement website has been established. The website is managed by third-party Epiq and contains vital information for affected Jeunesse victims
Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, you’ve probably heard of Alex Jones. Gay frogs, crisis actor claims, getting banned from pretty much every significant social media network for terms of service violations over the past month? Yeah, Jones is an undeniably divisive personality in the political discourse sphere who’s hard to miss. [Continue reading…]
Back in August it emerged that Jeunesse and the represented class had reached a settlement. Following a hearing on September 12th, the proposed settlement agreement has received preliminary approval.
Huiqin Xiong signed up as a Jeunesse distributor in August, 2015. Xiong, who goes by the name “Helen”, claims to have lost “approximately $10,000” trying to work her Jeunesse business. On August 10th Xiong filed a class-action lawsuit against Jeunesse in California.
Following a granted stay last month, a Stipulation of Settlement has been filed in the Jeunesse RICO class-action lawsuit. In 2016 Plaintiffs James Aboltin and Pamela Knight sued Jeunesse for deception. In the lawsuit Aboltin and Knight alleged Jeunesse was running a “misleading business opportunity”, masquerading as “a legitimate way to make money”. The proposed class-action [Continue reading…]