Claire's Pulls Cosmetics that May Contain Toxic Ingredients

Claire’s, a retailer of cosmetics and accessories, pulled more than a dozen products from sale and is offering refunds to customers after testing by a mother of her daughter's Claire's products found that they contained asbestos, a dangerous carcinogen. Claire's has retained the services of an independent laboratory to test a number of products. Andersen Sleater Sianni represents consumers, who have been injured by products that were falsely advertised as safe. Click here to read more.

Apple Hit with Lawsuits for Slowing Down iPhones

After admitting to providing customers with updates for older iphones that slowed down those phones without disclosing this fact publicly, Apple has been hit by class actions across the country. The plaintiffs in these cases allege that had Apple disclosed that its update slowed down phones, they could have purchased a new battery instead of a new, expensive iphone. Andersen Sleater Sianni represents consumers in class actions across the country and is currently investigating Apple. Click here to read more about the Apple lawsuits.

Cryptocurrency Stock Trading Suspended

The Securities and Exchange Commission suspended trading on December 19, 2017, of The Crypto Company (CRCW), a bitcoin stock, until January 3, citing "concerns regarding the accuracy and adequacy of information" about compensation paid to promote the firm and plans for insider sales. The stock surged 160% in the past 5 days and more than 1,800% in the past month and 17,000% in the past year. Andersen Sleater Sianni represents investors who have been defrauded. Click here to read more about Crypto.

Consumers Warned to Beware of Gift Card Scams

When looking for the holiday gift, Consumer Reports and the FBI warn that criminals may be targeting the ever popular gift card. The money that you put onto a gift card can be stolen before the intended recipient can spend it. In fact, the FBI estimates that gift card fraud losses are in the billions a year. Click here to read more about gift card scams and how to protect yourself.

Kroger Recalls Baby Purified Water

The Food and Drug Administration announced a recall by the Kroger Company of its Comforts FOR BABY Purified Water with Fluoride Added 1 GAL (3.78 L) for infants with sell by dates from 4/26/2018 to 10/10/2018, after receiving complaints about mold in the product. Testing confirmed mold as Talaromyces penicillium, which may not be visible with the naked eye. Click here for more information on the recall.

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