A Bradley Stoke company has denied any connection with misleading slimming trial offers being offered over the internet.
South Gloucestershire Council has received over 250 complaints, some from as far away as Australia and Canada, concerning two companies that use an Arden Close address as the location of their registered office.
The complaints centre around signing-up with internet businesses using names including Trading Planet and Health Science – to take part in a ‘risk free’ weight loss trial involving acai berries.
But Bradley Stoke company formation outfit Ordered Management claims that Trading Planet is being used for a different purpose to that for which it was registered, and says it has applied to Companies House to have it struck off.
Read more: South Gloucestershire Council
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