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State of the date 8/4/2021 8/5/2021
Website description:

Websites are in Czech language. The offered product can be purchased for CZ crowns. Food supplement Urotrin which allegedly helps with cure a range of diseases connected with functioning of the male reproductive system is offered here.  

What to watch out for:

1) The offered product gives the impression that a medicament is concerned. In fact it is a food supplement (thus a foodstuff is concerned).

2) No data on the operator are available on the websites.

3) There are no trade terms on the websites, consumers thus do not know who they conclude the purchasing contract with and under which conditions.

4) The websites are registered outside the territory of the CR and according to database https://www.whois.com/whois/doctorlights.com the domain holder comes from the Bahamas.  

5) Mandatory information on the foodstuff is missing on the websites in question; medical and unauthorised health claims related to the offered foodstuff are in contradiction with legislation and the operator uses misleading business practices.

6) Consumer fills an ordering form (name and phone number). He/she is then contacted by phone to confirm the order and to provide data necessary for the delivery of the consignment.

7) There is a direct interactive link from the websites to e-shop on http://i8bjk.doctorlights.com/l?_bid=70565&_v=4251d2e3-557b-4cbb-9a7b-2d6608732fe4&sub1=60fc4fca479281000113f33c&sub2=0075+-+CZ+-+Taboola+-+Urotrin+DKT offering the foodstuff in question for sale in contraction to legislation as well.

8) With regard to the fact that the entity administrating the Internet domain in question is located outside the territory of the CR, activities of Czech supervisory bodies towards the operator of the websites are very limited. 

Reference number: W21-000009-SZPI-CZ