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MyPillow

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MyPillow

TINA.org investigated My Pillow, a Minnesota company that has sold millions of foam-filled bed pillows across the country, and found that the company was making deceptive and unsubstantiated disease-treatment claims…

Sophie Glow Vanity

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Sophie Glow Vanity

TINA.org investigated Sophie Glow Vanity as part of its larger investigation into deceptive social media influencer marketing. To learn more, click here.

Smilow Cancer Hospital

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Smilow Cancer Hospital

TINA.org investigated Smilow Cancer Hospital as part of its review of patient testimonials used to promote the 50 cancer treatment centers in the U.S. that spent the most money on…

Resorts360

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Resorts360

TINA.org investigated Resorts360 Vacation Club, a Washington-based multilevel marketing company selling discounted vacation packages, and found that it was operating a pyramid scheme and using atypical and unsubstantiated income claims…

Move Free Glucosamine

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Move Free Glucosamine

TINA.org, along with AARP, objected — as amici curiae — to a class-action settlement that sought to resolve claims filed against Schiff Nutrition for deceptively marketing Move Free® Advanced glucosamine…

Snow Teeth Whitening

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Snow Teeth Whitening

TINA.org investigated Snow Teeth Whitening, an Arizona-based dental cosmetics company, and found that it was improperly using an FDA logo in its marketing materials, including on its product packaging, website,…

TEFL Institute

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TEFL Institute

TINA.org investigated the TEFL Institute, an Illinois company selling “Teaching English as a Foreign Language” training and certification, and found that it falsely advertised its accreditation status.

CVS

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CVS

TINA.org investigated the marketing used to promote life’sDHA™, a supplement sold by CVS Pharmacy under the name Algal-900 DHA, and found that the marketing deceptively implied the product could improve memory…

Prevagen

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Prevagen

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…

NourishLife speak (Lifetrients)

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NourishLife speak (Lifetrients)

TINA.org investigated NourishLife (which later changed its name to Lifetrients) and found that it was deceptively advertising a potentially harmful supplement called SpeechNutrients speak by, among other things, claiming it…

Everest Microbial Defense

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Everest Microbial Defense

TINA.org investigated Everest Microbial Defense, a Colorado-based company that sells cleaning products, and found that it was deceptively marketing alcohol-free hand sanitizers and surface cleaners that the company claimed, without adequate substantiation, could…

Social Media Influencers

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Social Media Influencers

TINA.org found social media influencers ignored FTC warnings and continued promoting brands without proper disclosures.

Celebrities Promoting NFTs

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Celebrities Promoting NFTs

TINA.org investigated celebrities who promote non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on their social media channels and found that it is an area rife with deception.