MyPillow Gets a $1 Million Wake-Up Call
TINA.org Brings Walmart’s Deceptive Made in USA Claims to the FTC, Again
Consumer Alert: Celebrity-Promoted NFTs
False and deceptive ads, as well as those that should be viewed with caution.
Unapproved Eye Products
Melanie Ann Layer, The Coach Program
Ricola Nasal Care Cough Drops
EveryPlate: ‘$1.49 per meal’
First Day Teen and Kids Multivitamin Gummies
Seen or heard a deceptive ad? Report an Ad
Articles about our investigations, regulatory actions and more.
Trial Court Rules Neora Is Not a Pyramid Scheme
But the majority of brand partners will still lose money.
CATrends: Where’s the Beef?
See a car, find it on Autotrader With Kenan Thompson
Colgate, Tom’s of Maine Need to Brush Up on What ‘Recyclable’ Means to Consumers
CATrends: ‘Free-to-Play’ Virtual Casino Games
Williams-Sonoma’s False USA-Made Claims Keep Springing Up
SEC Sues OnPassive Alleging It’s a Pyramid Scheme
Opinions on a variety of deceptive marketing topics.
Protecting Kids from Stealth Advertising in Digital Media
TINA.org Executive Director Bonnie Patten to speak at FTC workshop Wednesday.
Period Tracker Capitalizes on Post-Roe Fears
The FTC Needs to Update Its Endorsement Guides
TINA.org Joins the Fight against Value Village in Wash. Supreme Court
Montefiore Ads Pollute NYC Highways
Michael Jackson Album Lawsuit Comes to An End
Planned Parenthood’s Reported Use of ‘Marketing Trackers’
Wall of Shame
What do Tom Brady, Kim Kardashian and Dr. Oz all have in common? They’ve all participated in deceptive marketing campaigns. To find out who else is an offender, check out our Wall of Shame.