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DSSRC Administrative Closure #141

The Direct Selling Self-Regulatory Council (“DSSRC”) contacted a direct selling company (the “Company”) regarding two Facebook posts that were disseminated by salesforce members. The subject claims and social media posts came to DSSRC’s attention through its independent monitoring of advertising in the direct selling marketplace.

DSSRC expressed its concern to the Company that both posts implied that the Company products are effective to treat health-related conditions including, but not limited to, cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s Disease. The Company responded to DSSRC’s inquiry and successfully had both social media posts removed from circulation.

Based upon the Company’s prompt, good faith actions to address the concerns of DSSRC, DSSRC administratively closed this inquiry.

(closed on 02/04/21)

 

 

 

 

Administrative Closure Summaries

 

DSSRC Administrative Closure #141

The Direct Selling Self-Regulatory Council (“DSSRC”) contacted a direct selling company (the “Company”) regarding two Facebook posts that were disseminated by salesforce members. The subject claims and social media posts came to DSSRC’s attention through its independent monitoring of advertising in the direct selling marketplace.

DSSRC expressed its concern to the Company that both posts implied that the Company products are effective to treat health-related conditions including, but not limited to, cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s Disease. The Company responded to DSSRC’s inquiry and successfully had both social media posts removed from circulation.

Based upon the Company’s prompt, good faith actions to address the concerns of DSSRC, DSSRC administratively closed this inquiry.

(closed on 02/04/21)

DSSRC Administrative Closure #141

The Direct Selling Self-Regulatory Council (“DSSRC”) contacted a direct selling company (the “Company”) regarding two Facebook posts that were disseminated by salesforce members. The subject claims and social media posts came to DSSRC’s attention through its independent monitoring of advertising in the direct selling marketplace.

DSSRC expressed its concern to the Company that both posts implied that the Company products are effective to treat health-related conditions including, but not limited to, cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s Disease. The Company responded to DSSRC’s inquiry and successfully had both social media posts removed from circulation.

Based upon the Company’s prompt, good faith actions to address the concerns of DSSRC, DSSRC administratively closed this inquiry.

(closed on 02/04/21)