Stephen Joseph Cipolla
Stephen Joseph Cipolla, Contracts / Agreements Lawyer - Jenkintown, PA
Posted over 1 year ago.

This is the best advice in the thread.

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Asker
Posted over 1 year ago.

I am not looking to make money. I suffer from MCS and it there can be serious reactions involved. Companies that claim they have a fragrance free product and really dont is irresponsible, are trying to unfairly capture are section of the market they should not unless they truly provide what they claim. Its not about $$ signs, this is an issue that causes serious health issues to those afflicted with MCS.

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Asker
Posted over 1 year ago.

I really have no greater cause than to help those as well as myself with hypersensitivity issues. It can be a legitimate handicap that affects employment, personal relationships, etc.

Bruce E. Burdick
Bruce E. Burdick, Intellectual Property Law Attorney - Alton, IL
Posted over 1 year ago.

OK, write the company a letter of concern. Send a copy to the Atty Gen'l of your state, to the FTC, the FDA, your representative, your Senator and to your local newspaper and you have done what you can. If you see it still occurring write again, and again, and again until it stops and encourage others to do the same. If enough people complain it will get stopped. In America, citizens can do that.