Fountainhead Cardio Flow Pomegrante

Posted 25 July 2013

Fountainhead continues to scam consumers with a number of products. Cardioflow Pomegranate Dietary Supplement is a product that makes a number of unsubstantiated claims, i.e., that it is good for the heart when in fact there is no evidence to support these claims. Here is the result of an ASA complaint.

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Cardioflow Pomegrante – ASA ruling

Posted 24 April 2013

The Fountainhead sells a number of scam/unsubstantiated products. One of these is Cardioflow Pomegranate. This product makes a number of claims which have never been shown to be true. In fact, the USA Federal Commission has fined companies in the USA for making similar claims. In this complaint, a consumer argued that the company was in breach of a previous ruling. The ASA disagreed. A new complaint has been laid against the new claims. See the argument against the claims below this ruling.

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Florence Niemann – Fountainhead

Posted 19 January 2013

As mentioned previously on CAMCheck, we do not usually identify the individual(s) responsible for the marketing/selling of unsubstantiated products. However once a company continues to ignore ASA rulings or displays clear evidence that the trust of consumers is being abused, by inter alia, continuing to promote these or similar products, then in our view it is fair that these individuals should be identified and exposed.

 Florence_Niemann Florence Niemann is the owner of Fountainhead. In spite of a number of rulings against her company’s Detox Patch products, Fountainhead continues to make nonsensical and scientific implausible claims for these products. 

In other words, a company that has at its mission statement, “Quality – Integrity – Effectiveness“, is clearly lacking integrity.

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Fountainhead Chi Detox Patches – Big scam!

Posted 18 January 2013

Fountainhead (owner: Florence Niemann) continues to deceive consumers selling a range of products with dubious health claims, i.e., the science backing the product is either paper thin or complete rubbish. (More to be posted later)

One of these products, their Detox Patches, has been repeatedly ruled against by the ASA in this ruling but the company continues to make false unsubstantiated claims for this product. Note: similar products have been considered to be nothing but scams by the USA Federal Trade Commission. What does this say about Florence Niemann?

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