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What are some common complaints about Super Beta Prostate?

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Common complaints about Super Beta Prostate, according to reviews on Amazon.com, are that it does not perform as claimed, does not provide relief to urinary frequency, and is a waste of money. As of December 2015, reviewers also complain that there is no noticeable effect from using Super Beta Prostate, calling it a snake oil cure. Unhappy customers note that the company marketing the product, New Vitality, makes false claims and practices deceptive marketing.

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Super Beta Prostate is a dietary supplement that claims to alleviate urinary frequency caused by an enlarged or aging prostate, according to SuperBeta.com. Another negative review on Amazon.com advises other potential customers to not be mislead, noting that the product did not provide him relief, that the company billed him monthly as a result of being erroneously entered into the auto-ship membership, and that customer service did not remove him from the list, even after he requested removal.

In 2013, a class-action lawsuit was brought against New Vitality alleging the company used false endorsements to market Super Beta Prostate and that the supplement’s creator was a convicted felon with no education or expertise with respect to developing a dietary supplement, states Top Class Actions. The judge later dismissed the lawsuit noting that the plaintiffs did not have a valid claim to pursue damages.

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