TINA.org investigated the meal-kit company HelloFresh and found, among other things, that it deceptively advertises “free” meals to lure consumers to sign up for its subscription autorenewal program, the terms of which are not clearly or conspicuously disclosed, in violation of the Restore Online Shoppers’ Confidence Act (ROSCA) and FTC law.
- Filed complaint with FTC
- Filed complaint with CT state regulators
June 22, 2022
TINA.org sends complaint letters to the FTC and Connecticut state regulators urging them to take action to stop HelloFresh’s deceptive marketing and illegal business practices.
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