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Unmasking a supplement maker’s deceptive COVID claims.
When it comes to made in the USA claims on Walmart’s website, there’s a lot of hot air.
Apparel company known for its equestrian products gets made in USA lesson straight from the horse’s mouth.
Deceptive made in the USA claims threaten to fleece consumers.
When it comes to UV devices and COVID-19, there is no magic wand.
From “cruelty free” to “Made in the USA,” TINA.org finds personal care company’s marketing awash with questionable labels.
Score another one for the fine print.
Labor Day campaign pitches a Chinese-made pillow as “proudly made in the USA.”
E-commerce site changes pricing tactics in response to a TINA.org inquiry into back-to-school deals.
Order a wig from this online seller and you may find yourself with a few knots to untangle.
With parts made abroad, company’s bikes cannot legally be marketed as “built” in America without additional qualifying language.
Radio host’s suggestion that advertiser’s bedding products are made in the USA misses the mark.
Company’s criteria for labeling shoes “Made in the USA” falls short of the legal standard policing such claims.
The fine print changes everything.
Walmart continues to mislead consumers looking to purchase American-made products.
FTC spots potentially misleading made in the USA claims in company’s marketing.
Sleepwear company makes changes to made in the USA marketing in wake of FTC inquiry.
Company sees that light after FTC inquiry into its made in the USA claims.
Company’s made in the USA claims should be taken down (under).
Support is a key feature of any bra — support for advertising claims, that is.