False labeling, or false advertising of energy conservation products is a growing national problem. In many cases consumers are told a certain type of light bulb, or a energy, and or water conservation device would save them money, and the consumer received no benefit at all. Unfortunately, we are limited to only helping victims of false advertising involving a national brand product supplier, or manufacturer as opposed to a local contractor.
What Types of Energy Conservation Products Qualify:
- Long life light bulbs, or florescent tubes that offered a long life, or energy savings, and delivered neither.
- Water conservation devices that ended up not conserving any water.
- Solar panels that failed to provide the economic consumer benefit that was advertised.
Important Note: On our Energy False Advertising Initiative it is vital the consumer kept the promotional material, or sales literature that offered a benefit that did not exist, or ended up offering only an exaggerated benefit.
We want to hear from all victims provided we are talking about national brand, the product was clearly advertised in a false, or misleading way, and most importantly the consumer possesses promotional material for the product, the actual advertisement, or a label that is clearly false, or extremely misleading.