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Natural Cellular Defense False Advertising Class Action Lawsuit Filed

A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed alleging that Natural Cellular Defense (NCD), sold as a nutritional supplement, violates Florida's Deceptive Trade Practices Act. Natural Cellular Defense is manufactured by Waiora, LLC and sold as a supplement to assist in removing toxins from the body. The false advertising lawsuit charges Waiora, LLC with fraud, negligence and unjust enrichment.

The class action lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida and was filed on behalf of Shelley Penney and all other persons or entities that bought Natural Cellular Defense at any time prior to September, 2011.

According to the filing, third-party laboratory tests showed that the main ingredient in NCD--a mineral called Zeolite--was only present in minute quantities and, therefore, marketed fraudulently. In marketing Zeolite, Waiora states, "because it is one of the few negatively charged minerals in nature, zeolites act as magnets drawing toxins to it, capturing them in its cage and removing them from the body."

According the the lawsuit, "Waiora has sold hundreds of thousands or millions of tiny bottles of water at over $50 per bottle to ill and dying people."

The Natural Cellular Defense lawsuit seeks a complete refund for each bottle sold prior to September 2011, along with ancillary and potentially punitive damages.

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READER COMMENTS

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I used this product and it worked better than claims! It saved my mothers life who was in the hospital with organ failure. Shame on you lawyers who are obviously "ambulance chasing" because you can! SHAME!

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Hi ,
I signed up as a distributer with waiora in 2006 , and spent lots of money on their zeolite product for myself and others , as well as promoted it..
This is the first I've heard of this , and I've still been buying their product..
If there is some recompense available , I would like to hear about it.
Thanks
Joe

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