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MLM company New U Life is no fountain of youth.
New report finds that recalled supplements containing hidden drugs are still available for purchase online.
There are many federal laws that regulate advertisements in some way or another.
Is Big Pharma marketing a drug to help aging men with low sex drives or really selling a made-up disease?
TINA.org investigated Vemma Nutrition Company, an Arizona-based multilevel marketing company that sold liquid supplements, energy drinks, and weight management products, and found that it was operating a pyramid scheme that…
TINA.org investigated SevenPoint2, a California-based multilevel marketing company, and found that it used numerous unsubstantiated disease-treatment claims to promote its nutritional products, in violation of a 1999 FTC Order.
TINA.org investigated the marketing of Prevagen, a supplement aimed at people suffering from memory loss, and found that Quincy Bioscience — the marketer and manufacturer of Prevagen — deceptively claimed…
A topic-by-topic list of federal agencies that deal with deceptive advertising.
This comes seven months after receiving an FDA warning letter citing unapproved drug treatment claims.
Agency warns about “likes” on its own Facebook page.
A brief history of deceptive advertising.
Is this company using unapproved drug claims to market its probiotic supplement?
Two weeks after Amgen pled guilty to a single misdemeanor count of drug misbranding in a $762 million record settlement, it won a major victory.
FDA cracks down on companies promoting flu aids that claim to combat the germs.
Be careful, deceptive marketers — Santa was watching.
GSK will pay out $105 million in off-label use case.
Letter warns CreAgri CEO to drop the unapproved drug claims or else face potential regulatory action.
FDA to consider legal pathways for cannabis-derived compound.