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Peak Life, LLC

Peak Life, LLC

(877) 869-3304

Peak Life, LLC

6 years in business
24 School St
Ste 301
Boston, MA 02108-5139
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BBB File Opened: 09/14/2010
Business Started: 05/28/2010
Business Incorporated: 05/28/2010 in MA
Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company
Business Management
  • Mr. James Sietstra, Co-Founder
  • Mr. Daniel Wallace, Co-Founder
Business Category
  • Vitamins & Food Supplements
  • NAICS: Food (Health) Supplement Stores

Products & Services
Somnapure, Puritea, Heart First, FocusWell
Service Area
Number of Employees: 


Government Action

Federal Trade Commission vs. NutraClick

The following describes a government action that has been resolved by either a settlement or a decision by a court or administrative agency. If the matter is being appealed, it will be noted below.

On 9/22/2016 the Federal Trade Commission announced a settlement with NutraClick, a nutritional supplement marketer.  The business has agreed to settle FTC charges that it lured consumers with "free" samples of su... Read More


Peak Life, LLC is a nutritional supplement business focusing on health and wellness products.

Peak Life, LLC has advised BBB that consumers are encouraged to contact the business directly first, before filing a BBB complaint.  Consumers can reach Peak Life, LLC at 855-606-6507.

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Peak Life, LLC

Peak Life, LLC


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