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FDA targets companies selling eye drops illegally marketed to treat conditions like pink eye.
Be wary of anyone who says there’s big money to be made as a life coach.
Company misleadingly markets lozenges as an effective nasal decongestant, according to lawsuit.
These claims make our stomach growl.
Supplement company doesn’t have the proper scientific evidence to back up its health claims.
Google appeals decision recommending it drop comparative pricing claim.
Not to be confused with a refundable fare.
Is this life coach writing checks she can’t cash?
Counting up the issues with this purported autism supplement.
Experiencing the “fastest mobile service” requires a Wi-Fi connection.
Beauty MLM’s outsized earnings claims face increasing scrutiny.
Ground your beef expectations.
Lawsuit accuses fast-food chain of falsely advertising amount of ingredients in some of its offerings.
TikTok famous ‘loan’ company doesn’t actually loan money to anyone.
Crypto trading MLM’s “aggressive earnings claims” are referred to regulators.
Deceptive mailer targets Medicare recipients.
MLM’s advertising claims are in need of a gut check.
Company makes changes to its made in the USA marketing following FTC inquiry.