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Allegations: Representing that it safeguards consumers’ personal data when such claims are not true
Unearthing the fees that Fisher charges but doesn’t disclose in some of its ads.
Allegations: Deceptively using slack-filled containers
Allegations: False natural claims
Allegations: Falsely marketing that products are safe when they contain dangerously high levels of the carcinogen benzene
Allegations: Failing to adequately disclose the terms of its VIP membership program
Allegations: Misleadingly marketing mascara as providing “clean beauty” when it contains harmful chemicals
Allegations: Failing to adequately disclose the terms of subscriptions and making it difficult to cancel
Allegations: Falsely representing that the airline will refund security fees to passengers who do not use their tickets
Allegations: Misleadingly marketing a “lifetime cloud license” that required no monthly fees when, in reality, after CloudTrax’s company was sold in 2016, all users needed to pay monthly fees to…
Allegations: Failing to disclose the compensation celebrities receive in exchange for promoting FTX
Allegations: Falsely marketing fruit snacks as containing “No Preservatives”
Allegations: Misleadingly marketing that products help manage blood sugar, control glucose, and are “designed for people with diabetes”
The deadline to submit a comment on the agency’s new proposed definition is Dec. 28.
Allegations: Failing to adequately disclose candies contain a toxin that increases the risk of adverse health effects
Getting rid of old, smelly clothes ain’t nothin’ but a heartbreak.
Allegations: Treadmills are not capable of achieving the advertised horsepower during normal use
Think twice before sticking nonstick cooking pans in the dishwasher.
Allegations: Misleadingly marketing products as “clean”