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Regenerect Supplement Consumer Fraud Class Action Filed

Los Angeles, CA: A consumer fraud class action lawsuit has been filed against Regenerect Natural Male Erectile Stimulant, claiming the product is mislabeled as a "drug-free,""natural"diet supplement, when it contains active ingredients found in the prescription drugs Cialis and Viagra.

According to the lawsuit, the male enhancement product was promoted and sold by Regeneca and Ethos as a drug-free, natural dietary supplement without side effects commonly associated with prescription male enhancement products.

The lawsuit alleges that these claims are false, as evidenced by an April 2011 recall after the FDA determined certain lots of Regenerect contained "ulfoaildenafil, an analog of Sildenafil, making these products unapproved new drugs."

Sildenafil is a prescription treatment for male erectile dysfunction, and an ingredient in the prescription drug Viagra.

Regenerect was recalled just five months after it was relaunched in September 2011, when the FDA confirmed the presence of Tadalafil (brand name Cialis), an FDA-approved drug used as treatment for male erectile dysfunction.

Regenerect is not a "dietary supplement"or "drug free,"the class action lawsuit alleges, despite the promotional claims made Regenerect and Ethos.

"The Product is not free of the side effects associated with 'prescription' male enhancement products, as Defendants represented and continue to represent it to be. The Product contains the synthetic drugs Sulfoaildenafil and Tadalafil; the Product is an unapproved new drug. Therefore, the Product entails the same side effects as the prescription drugs Cialis and Viagra. Moreover, Defendants have received report(s) that consumer(s) suffered the side effects associated with prescription male enhancement products in connection with use of the Product,"the lawsuit states.

The Regenerect class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of all US consumers who purchased the product in the US for personal use within the last four years. It is seeking damages and restitution for the proposed Class, as well as a court order directing the Defendants to disclose that their advertisements were false, misleading, deceptive, fraudulent and unlawful. The Senators Firm LLP is representing the plaintiffs.

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Published on Jun-27-12


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