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Man Sues, Say “Enhancement” Product Failed


— March 18, 2004

A Harrison Twp. man filed a class-action lawsuit Wednesday in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court in which he claimed deceptive sales practices by a Cincinnati business that sells a “male enhancement” herbal product.

David C. Parker of 4551 Lansmore Drive bought an eight-month supply of Enzyte for $399.60 in October 2001, relying on the company’s published claims that the product would enlarge his penis. . . .

[P]arker took Enzyte for the directed eight-month period, but “experienced no increase,” the lawsuit said

Details here from the Dayton Daily News.


A Harrison Twp. man filed a class-action lawsuit Wednesday in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court in which he claimed deceptive sales practices by a Cincinnati business that sells a “male enhancement” herbal product.

David C. Parker of 4551 Lansmore Drive bought an eight-month supply of Enzyte for $399.60 in October 2001, relying on the company’s published claims that the product would enlarge his penis. . . .

[P]arker took Enzyte for the directed eight-month period, but “experienced no increase,” the lawsuit said

Details here from the Dayton Daily News.

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