Are you still working on losing those pounds with the AB Circle Pro? You may be due a refund…

With the cost of healthcare going up, and many of Americans’ waistlines growing, a lot of us are looking for ways to keep fit. Some of us like to turn to infomercials and see what the latest and greatest products and programs are out there to help us catch up to our— possibly abandoned—New Years’ resolutions.lawsuit2 150x150 Are you still working on losing those pounds with the AB Circle Pro?  You may be due a refund…

The FTC issued a news release today that the marketers of the AB Circle Pro will be paying as much as $12 million in refunds to settle charges placed by the FTC. The FTC found the marketers used deceptive advertising claims stating that training with the AB Circle Pro for just 3 minutes a day could help you lose more than 10 pounds in two weeks. The infomercial also claims that Jennifer Nicole Lee, the host, lost 80 pounds just by using the product.

Wishful thinking. The only sure way to whittle the pounds away is by good, old fashion exercise and a healthy diet—which many people find boring or at times expensive. But it doesn’t have to be. Taking a walk with your dog, going bowling with friends, or joining a community sports league can all be great ways to exercise and have fun. The link about refunds for the AB Circle Pro is here: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/cases/abcirclepro/. In the meantime, take a break from watching infomercials on your couch, and go get some exercise.

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About Kasandra Helms

I am the Public Relations & Marketing Coordinator for the BBB Serving Southeast TN & Northwest GA based in Chattanooga, TN. My responsibilities include writing/designing, giving presentations in the community, learning and sharing information, and managing our BBB Facebook page: www.facebook.com/BBBTNGA.