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Allegations: Misleadingly marketing the dosage of lidocaine and number of hours of pain relief provided by the patches
TINA.org submitted a comment to the FTC urging it to initiate a rulemaking prohibiting deceptive or unfair marketing using earnings claims.
Consumers can’t afford to go it alone when it comes to atypical income claims.
Allegations: Falsely marketing the ingredients in and benefits of fruit snacks
Allegations: Misleadingly representing that the therapeutic effect of the cough drops comes from herbs when none of the herbs are active ingredients
Allegations: Deceptively using slack-filled containers for products
Allegations: Failing to disclose products contain the carcinogen benzophenone
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Click on the links below to view Forever Living’s income disclosure statements as of May 4, 2022. To view how the statements may change over time, click on the live…
The MLM has been making deceptive earnings claims for the past decade.
A TINA.org investigation into Forever Living identified more than 5,500 examples of the company and its high-level executives making atypical income claims to promote the MLM’s business opportunity. These claims…
A TINA.org investigation into Forever Living identified several examples of Forever Living-sponsored athletes advertising company products on their social media accounts without clearly and conspicuously disclosing their material connection to…
A TINA.org investigation into Forever Living identified more than 5,500 examples of the company and its high-level executives making atypical income claims to promote the MLM’s business opportunity, many of…