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PrincipleNutrition / Misleading Marketing - Questionable Health Supplements in Singapore

1 1955 Barring Blvd Sparks, NV 89434 USASingapore
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My wife bought health supplements for my family from Principle Nutrition in Singapore. Since I would like to give the highest quality of health supplements to my family, I have done some background search of this company, here are their web sites : http://www.principlenutrition.us/ http://www.pnkids.us/ http://www.pnplus.com.sg/ http://www.incontech.com.sg/brands.html In their web site of Principal Nutrition, it is indicated that Crimson Pharma is the manufacturer of the PN kids, PP Plus and Principal Nutrition brands. Crimsons Pharma's website claim that they produce over 15 billion tablets, 5 billion capsules, 7 billion soft gels and packaged over 100 billion bottles last year with advance production technology, GMP certified and research team. But I have serious doubt of the truth of their claim : (1) Principal Nutrition and its associated brands claims the brand started since 1971. However, there is no such brand selling in US, Australia, Europe or other developed countries. (2) the contact location of Crimsons Pharma is a Post office address, i.e. it is a PO Box : 1955 Barring Blvd Sparks, NV 89434 USA. Please feel free to verify this. It is a phantom company and no physical address of the operating entity can be found. (3) the share capital of the Crimsons Pharma Inc is only US$1500. http://nvsos.gov/SOSEntitySearch/CorpDetails.aspx?lx8nvq=kBgKVzbKSL8Kk9tmULWMGQ%253d%253d I am very sure Principal Nutrition, PN Kids and PP Plus are all fake US brands manufactured by a phantom corporation, Crimsons Pharma which has only US$1500 share capital company with no proper physical address. I cannot imagine what will happen IF my kids fall ill after consuming PN Kid supplements because of so many fake claims and information from my findings. How can any responsible parent trust their kids' health to such dishonest brands and company?

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Jan 19, 2016

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