12 years in business10761 King William Dr.
Dallas, TX 75220-2445
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BBB File Opened: 12/29/2010
Business Started: 01/01/2006
Business Started Locally: 01/01/2006
Business Incorporated: 09/19/2006 in TX
Type of EntityLimited Liability Company (LLC)
- Mr. Jacobo Geissler, CFO and Director
- Customer Service: Ms. Lynn Harrington
- Mr. Jonathan Doyle, President/Director
- Mr. Matthew Herbert, Director
- Wholesale Health Products
- Vitamins and Supplements
Licensing, Bonding or RegistrationThis business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
Alerts & Actions
Government ActionThe following describes a pending government action that has been formally brought by a government agency but has not yet been resolved. We are providing a summary of the government's allegations, which have not yet been proven.
The United States Attorney's Office of the Northern District of Texas announced on November 9, 2015, that a federal grand jury in Dallas returned indictments on 11 counts against USPlabs, LLC, S. K. Laboratories, Inc (a California corporation), and the following individually; Jacobo (aka "Jacob") Geissler, Jonathan Doyle, Matthew Herbert, Kenneth Miles, Sitesh Patel and Cyril Willson (aka Erik White). This is a pending action.
The indictment alleges that USPLabs, S. K. Labs and the noted individual defendants (collectively referred as "Defendants") willfully and continually misrepresented the ingredients in work-out and weight loss supplements sold by USPlabs over a six year period. The indictment further alleges the Defendants used a synthetic ingredient in their work-out supplement product when they represented in the product label that the ingredient was a natural extract. The indictment also alleges the Defendants instructed their Chinese supplier to falsify the "certificate of analysis" label during this period to avoid scrutiny when importing the ingredient. The indictment alleges the Defendants later substituted the ingredient with an untested natural ingredient in their supplement, which was later implicated in liver damage in consumers. The indictment additionally alleges that the Defendants generated a press release that stated that their weight loss supplement was studied and showed no liver issues when the defendants knew that the opposite was true.
The indictment alleges that these actions violated federal laws involving the Conspiracy to Introduce and the Introduction of Misbranded Food Into Interstate Commerce With an Intent to Defraud and Mislead, Obstruction of an Agency Proceeding, the Conspiracy to Commit Wire Fraud and Wire Fraud.
For more information, go to; http://www.justice.gov/usao-ndtx/pr/usplabs-and-corporate-officers-indicted .
To view the actual indictment, go to; http://www.justice.gov/usao-ndtx/file/793786/download .