Plaintiff believed she was contacting Narcotics Anonymous because of the similarity of the name. She was not informed that it was not NA nor that Narconon was associated with Scientology. Once in the program, her son realized that it was not Narcotics Anonymous, but the Scientology-affiliated Narconon.
This complaint letter about Narconon Sunshine Summit Lodge and Narconon Newport Beach to Discover Financial Services goes into great detail about the experiences of a former client of Narconon. The author describes how she was deceived by a "fake referral site" and was never told that the referral was to Narconon until she received an emailed credit card statement.
Complainant alleges that initial information received was misleading and led client to believe counseling received at Narconon would be compliant with DMV requirements and address legal issues.
This case involves an employee of Narconon who was injured as a result of dangerous working conditions and premises while participating in Narconon's "Ethics Cycle" (punishment). Narconon had failed to provide Workers Compensation Insurance. Plaintiff also alleges he was assaulted and battered by another of Narconon's employees.