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State of the date 2/14/2020 2/18/2020
Website description:

Websites are in Czech language. The offered product can be purchased in CZK (after confirming the order by phone). Websites presenting food supplement Detonic used as a preparation “enabling to remove cholesterol from vessels” are concerned.

What to watch out for:

1) The offered product gives the impression that a medicament is concerned. In fact it is a food supplement (thus a foodstuff is concerned).

2) There is no contact information on the websites.

3) No information important for concluding purchasing contract is available on the websites. Consumers thus do not know with whom and under which conditions conclude the contract.

4) Websites are registered outside the territory of the CR (Russian Federation) and public information sources do not provide information of the domain name holder https://www.whois.com/whois/lifeblg.ru).

5) Mandatory information on the foodstuff is missing on the websites. So-called medical and unauthorised health claims on the offered foodstuffs are stated here in contradiction with legislation. The operator of the websites uses dishonest business practices.

6) With regard to the fact that the entity administrating the Internet domain concerned is located outside the territory of the CR, activities of Czech supervisory bodies towards the operator of the websites are very limited.

7) Consumers always draw 50% discount and they have a limited time for filling the ordering form (with name and phone number). Subsequently he/she is contacted by one-direction phone line (using various phone numbers) to confirm the order and state data necessary for delivery of the consignment. During the phone call, consumers are provided neither with any identification data of the seller nor data required by the Act on Consumers‘ Protection and Civil Code.

Reference number: W20-000003-SZPI-CZ