The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, is continuing its crackdown on web-based sellers of e-cigarettes, and other tobacco-related products, who sell those items to kids. Recently, the agency released another batch of formal warning letters sent to e-cig sellers allegedly caught selling to kids online.
Accused in March and April are:
- Kassim Al-Derzi and The Sub Ohm Syndicate (thesubohmsyndicate.com)
- YaJing Yang (cigarettes-mart.com)
- Nevin Dowling and Oglesby & Butler Limited d/b/a Iolite (iolite.com)
- David Tomes and Jam Vapes (jamvapes.com)
- Ahsan Qadir and Atom Vapes LLC/Atom Vapes USA, LLC (atomvapes.com)
- Lynsey Green and Quit Easy Ltd (quit-easy.co.uk)
- David Taylor (ecigretail.com)
- Victoria Vasconcellos and Cignot Inc. (cignot.com)
- Chris Hill and Reedhill Ventures LLC d/b/a Vape On Liquids (vapeonliquids.com)
Each website owner has 15 working days to provide the agency with a plan that will prevent sales to minors, and other violations of FDA regs, in the future.
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