The FTC has announced it is has settled charges with wet wipe maker Nice-Pak Products, Inc. that it failed to substantiate its flushable claims.
Consumers that were targeted by TriVita Inc. as part of its cactus juice scam will be reimbursed approximately $3 million, the FTC has announced.
Georgia-based Ashworth College, a for-profit college with approximately 50,000 students, has agreed to settle charges that it misled students about career training and credit transfers.
The FTC has approved orders settling charges against Sony as it relates to claims Sony made about its PlayStation Vita (PS Vita), a handheld gaming console.
The FTC recently announced that it has approved a final order to settle charges with AmeriFreight, Inc., an automobile shipment broker.
A Connecticut Federal District Court granted summary judgment against LeadClick Media, an affiliate marketing network, & parent company, Core Logic, Inc.
The FTC has challenged MelApp and Mole Detective, makers of melanoma detecting mobile apps that claim to detect melanoma at early stages.
The FTC’s suit against Payday Support Center comes after a recent record $21 million settlement with an online debt relief company.
The D.C. Circuit issued its opinion in the POM Wonderful case. The court’s opinion affirmed the FTC’s decision that POM Wonderful deceptively advertised.