Hair Science International Fined $100.000 for False Hair Loss Solution Claims

Written by olga+ on June 6, 2013 in Hair Loss Replacement, Hair Loss Treatment - No comments
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The ”CUTTING EDGE” Melbourne hair loss clinic (Hair Science International) has been fined over $100.000 for making false claims that they can cure hair baldness with a revolutionary American technology by cloning hair, while in fact they were simply handing out cheap wigs to cover bald spots.

Hair Science International has made claims that they’ve successfully cured footballers Brent Guerra and David Hale on their website.
Consumer Affairs Victoria took the company, along with former company director Steve Sindiris and self-purported “senior hair loss specialist” Joseph Zwaigoft, to the Melbourne Magistrates Court, after receiving complaints from several unhappy custom claiming they’ve paid $6,000 to $8,000 for poor-quality hairpieces which were glued on to their head and needed to be reattached every five to six weeks for an additional fee.

The magistrate declared that Hair Science International had engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct under the Fair Trading Act and have fined them $100.000.

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