Report: #222900

Complaint Review: Pure Energy Labs

  • Submitted: Wed, November 29, 2006
  • Updated: Sun, February 17, 2008
  • Reported By: bakersfield California
  • Pure Energy Labs
    1025 SW 59th St.
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Well isn't this funny I'm not the only one that this company has RIPPED OFF!

I received stating free 15 day trial Phentrezine 37.5. so I said what the heck I'll try them and the terms and condition DID NOT say anything about me being obligated to purchase a package of $149.95

If this was the case I would have never purchased the free trial and just supposably pay the taxes! That is the reason this is a free trial to see if you like the product and if you do then you go ahead and order as much product from the company!

I, myself called to Dispute and they told me that there was no 30 day money refund policy.

Pure energy labs in Oklahoma are rip offs that is all I have to say. why would I agree to buying something I didn't know worked and with no guarentee!

What gets me mad is if I would have known this company was going to make easy money off me I would just stick to the company i always order from and never have problems with and are cheaper to.

I hope there is something done about this company being rip offs, fraud,dishonest and for them to return the money to every individual that they have done this too!

bakersfield, California
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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Oklahoma AG Court to stop deceptive pill sales

AUTHOR: Hagatha - (U.S.A.)

Check out this press release. I filed a complaint after they ripped me off. I recieved the following info in the mail. I suggest all victims contact the AG of Oklahoma.
Melody Upton

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W.A. Drew Edmondson, Attorney General

AG Petitions Court to Stop Deceptive Pill Sales

A group of Internet pill peddlers may soon be forced to change their ways after Attorney General Drew Edmondson today filed a petition for a permanent injunction against the company in Oklahoma County District Court.

Pure Energy Labs, Inc. and three of the company's executives, Darrin Clanton, Brian Forrester and Chris Wilson, were named in the state's complaint after the attorney general's office received more than 115 complaints from consumers regarding the company's business practices.

The total monetary loss claimed by these consumers is in excess of $13,000, Edmondson said. We hope to be able to recover that money on their behalf.

The company, which is based in Oklahoma City, advertises and sells weight reduction and sexual enhancement drugs under the names Phentrazine, Vivetra, Fialafil and Intensa through newspaper and Internet advertising. Websites utilized by Pure Energy Labs include and

The consumers allegedly defrauded by Pure Energy thought they were signing up for a free sample of the products, Edmondson said. They were aware only that they would be charged a $4.95 shipping and handling fee. Instead, we allege they were automatically enrolled in a program where they would sometimes repeatedly be sent a 60-day supply of the product and charged $149.95.

Additionally, the attorney general's office alleges the company often continues to charge consumers who thought they had successfully terminated their membership in the program and that the cancellation process put in place by the company is unduly burdensome on consumers.

Some consumers complained that even after they did stop the pills from coming, the company continued to regularly charge their bank accounts, Edmondson said. The cancellation process itself was nearly impossible, because the cancellation links on the company's websites do not work.

The attorney general's office is seeking a permanent injunction to enjoin the company and its agents from engaging in future fraudulent conduct. The state is also asking the court to assess a civil penalty of up to $10,000 per violation, order restitution for the consumers harmed by the company and require Pure Energy to pay the state's investigative and attorney fees.

Edmondson's Consumer Protection Unit has statewide jurisdiction to investigate and prosecute violations of the state's Consumer Protection Act. Anyone with information regarding suspected fraud or scams can contact the attorney general's consumer protection hotline at (405) 521-2029.

| 313 NE 21st Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73105 | 405.521.3921 | 918.581.2885 |

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#2 Consumer Comment


AUTHOR: Ora - (U.S.A.)

Lets sue them. I called the Better Business Bureau and fileda report. I filed a report to the FBI and Dept of Investigatiopn in Oklahoma City. Everybody needs to do this to put them out of business. Brandy and Byron need to find REAL JOBS.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Legal action

AUTHOR: Bob - (U.S.A.)

can anyone say class action lawsuit.
everyone that has had problems with these people needs to contact their respective states attorney general and report it as internet fraud. there is a post on from someone in oklahoma city and they sound like they know more thne they should.
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

Bryan - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma YOU DON'T HAVE A CLUE

AUTHOR: Dennis - (U.S.A.)

These people are just plain old crooks, they can't sell their junk honestly so they send everyone an autoship since they have your CC number whether you want it or not. The sample sale is a total scam to get your CC number. Everybody that orders samples gets slammed with the $150 charge. The owner whatever his name is this week will post rebuttal's attacking his own customers as some sort of sick minded attempt to make his scam look legal, don't be fooled. See the report at:

Or do a search for "Pure Energy Products", he is posted everywhere as a scam to stay away from.

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