INDIANAPOLIS — Attorney General Todd Rokita is alerting Hoosiers this holiday season of important consumer protection concerns for products recalled in November.
Consumers should take full advantage of the solutions available for those who purchased the recalled items.
“The holidays should be a time of togetherness, not a time to worry about defected products,” Rokita said. “Hoosiers need to know if purchased items are flawed or have the potential to hurt them or their families. That’s why consumer protection is one of my office’s top priorities. If you have difficulty finding a solution for your recalled product, call my office for help.”
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the following consumer products were recalled in November:
- Bolt Foldable Children’s Scooters from Anker Play Products
- Tangame Busy Toy Houses from Tangame Toys
- Navy Blue Canvas Shoes from Clarks Americas
- Stashables Children’s Ramp from BS Interactive
- MYX I, MYX II and MYX II Plus Exercise Bicycles from Myx
- RadWagon 4 Electric Cargo Bikes from Rad Power Bikes
- FUUL Lamp Oil Products from FHS Retail
- Black+Decker® Garment Steamers from Empower Brands
- Tora Portable Power Charging Stations from Power Plus
- AirWick Fresh Linen and Fresh Water Aerosol Air Fresheners from Reckitt
- Generac Portable Generators from CPSC Reannounces
- Lighting Products from Hunter Fan
- Single-to-Double Strollers from Mockingbird
- Infant’s Yellow Footed Fleece Pajamas from The William Carter Company
- Children’s Rainbow Stacking Toys from Professor Puzzle
- MATRYX, AXYS and Pro-Ride Snowmobiles from Polaris Industries
- Children’s Clothing Sets from Bentex
- Indigo Branded Bear Mugs from Indigo Books & Music
- Toddler’s Stainless Steel Bottles and Cups from Green Sprouts
If you believe you purchased a recalled product, stop using it and check its recall notice. All products are linked above. Follow the notice’s instructions, including where to return the product, how to get the product fixed, how to dispose of the product, how to receive a refund for the product or what steps must be taken to receive a replacement product.
To view recalls issued prior to November, visit the Consumer Protection Safety Commission website at www.cpsc.gov/Recalls.