A few months ago, we wrote about a settlement with the makers of ReJuvenation, the so-called anti-aging wonder pill. If you bought this product, we have some good news: you can get a refund. The FTC is mailing more than 1,300 checks to people we know bought the product. People on that list will get a full refund of the money they spent on ReJuvenation, averaging $113 each.
But we also know that there are people who bought Rejuvenation who are not on our list. If you think that’s you, please call the refund administrator for this case, Rust Consulting, at 1-877-844-0319.
The checks will go out in early June. If you get a refund check, deposit it right away, because it will expire after 90 days. These FTC refund checks will come by postal mail. You never have to pay to get a refund from the FTC. If someone contacts you and asks you to pay, it’s a scam. For more information, check out the FTC’s refunds page at ftc.gov/refunds.
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In reply to How frustrating. no direct by ellie S
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