Legal Action

Brands and Industries

TINA.org investigates individual brands as well as marketing tactics used across entire industries. Click to see TINA.org’s legal actions broken down by brand name or industry type.

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HelloFresh

HelloFresh

TINA.org found meal-kit company deceptively marketing “free” meals and using ROSCA-violating autorenewal subscriptions.

Electronic Arts (EA)

Electronic Arts (EA)

TINA.org joined coalition urging FTC to investigate video game company’s use of dark patterns and other deceptive marketing tactics.

Roblox

Roblox

TINA.org found metaverse gaming platform rife with deceptive marketing.

Forever Living

Forever Living

TINA.org found aloe vera MLM uses thousands of atypical income claims to lure recruits.

New Balance

New Balance

TINA.org found iconic sneaker company engaged in deceptive Made in USA marketing.

Neuriva

Neuriva

TINA.org objected to unfair settlement that allows brain supplement company to continue deceiving consumers.

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U.S. Cancer Centers

U.S. Cancer Centers

TINA.org found 90% of U.S. cancer centers have used deceptive patient testimonials in their marketing materials.

Penalty Offense Authority: MLMs

Penalty Offense Authority: MLMs

TINA.org urged the FTC to formally notify all MLM companies of the law and use its penalty offense authority.

DSA Companies’ Health Claims

DSA Companies’ Health Claims

TINA.org found that 97% of DSA-member companies selling supplements have used unsubstantiated disease-treatment claims.

DSA Companies’ Income Claims

DSA Companies’ Income Claims

TINA.org found that 97% of DSA-member companies have used atypical income claims to market the business opportunity.

Social Media Influencers

Social Media Influencers

TINA.org found social media influencers ignored FTC warnings and continued promoting brands without proper disclosures.