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TINA.org reader is still waiting for her promised free Kate Spade gift.
Allegations: Misleadingly marketing that the Price Freeze feature protects consumers from price increases without adequately disclosing that the protection is limited to a pre-determined amount
Depending on the airport, advertised fares may be out of reach.
Think you can bet on Gronk to make (or miss) a field goal? Think again.
Allegations: Failing to adequately disclose the terms of subscriptions and making it difficult to cancel
Lawsuit accuses spirits maker of misleading consumers into believing Fireball Cinnamon contains whisky.
Allegations: Failing to adequately disclose the terms of subscriptions
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SAT test prep company comes clean about its money-back guarantee.
Conditions about conditions.
Not according to the cooking instructions on the side of the box.
A TINA.org investigation into The Princeton Review revealed that the company advertises – on its website and in email promotions – a guaranteed SAT score for consumers who enroll in…
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Allegations: Falsely marketing Pyrex glass measuring cups as dishwasher safe and failing to adequately disclose the terms of warranties
Allegations: Misleadingly marketing that consumers can “Try Frey for FREE” without adequately disclosing that they will be automatically enrolled in a subscription
Expecting a hardcover book, TINA.org reader receives a link for a digital download instead.
False promises of ‘free meals’ lead consumers to never-ending subscriptions.