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Review site takes the “BuzzFeed defense.”
TINA.org uncovers a plethora of duplicate reviews.
Who’s turning tables on whom?
NAD takes issue with blanket disclosure regarding incentivized reviews.
Amazon prohibits sellers from offering customers “compensation of any kind” in exchange for writing reviews.
Home security company sought to secure only positive reviews.
Compensated five-star reviews draw the attention of the FTC.
Look for disclosures when reading or watching reviews online. The pitch could be a paid endorsement.
You have to question this supplement “review” site’s answers.
Dueling and potentially confusing hotel ratings muddy deals.
Shell Vacations Club is a timeshare vacation organization with property in 24 resorts in North America. But the group seems to leave customers disappointed after it fails to live up…
Supplement company says product is not a “fertility supplement.” Its marketing says otherwise.
Allergy and asthma testimonials persist in wake of inquiry by the National Advertising Division.
TINA.org breaks down the legal issues of marketing a “hangover supplement.”
Players say free app limits cash rewards the closer they get to the minimum balance required to cash out.
Diet tea cited by NAD for undisclosed sponsored Instagram posts and health claims.
Instant Checkmate advertises its “new controversial” website as a way for “anyone with a computer” to view arrest records and perform background checks on friends and family. But can they…
Why it may be better to regift next holiday season than to sell your unwanted gift cards to cardcash.com.
Don’t bury that ladder in the garage just yet.
Reader says Groupon ad for run was deceptive.