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Sleep on this company’s supposed buy-one-get-one-free offer.
TINA.org calls out cure-all pillow marketing.
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…
California consumer protection officials reach agreement with company to put health claims to bed.
Mary H.J. Farrell, Consumer Reports
MyPillow touts sleep study’s findings while consumers are left in the dark on its methodology.
Is this BOGO a no-go?
Ben Guarino, The Washington Post
TINA.org urges consumer protection officials to reopen their investigation.
Counting up issues with study sure to be a sleep aid.
May 2018: Both cases were dismissed because they were resolved as part of the nationwide settlement in Amiri v. MyPillow. Click on the links below to see the filings in…
Drew Harwell, Chicago Tribune
Derek Hawkins, Washington Post
What do Tom Brady, Kim Kardashian and Dr. Oz all have in common?
Labor Day campaign pitches a Chinese-made pillow as “proudly made in the USA.”
May 2018: This case was voluntarily dismissed When a complaint is dismissed with prejudice, it cannot be refiled.. August 2017: This action was stayed pending a settlement in a related…
Connie Thompson, Komo News
POTTERY BARN KIDS MADE IN USA MARKETING Below is a sampling of Pottery Barn Kids marketing materials that claim, either expressly or implicitly, that the following types of products, among…
Leada Gore, AL.com