Results for "power bank"

ProHT Power Banks

January 7th, 2019

In November 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Inland Products for allegedly falsely advertising its ProHT Power Banks (portable chargers that are used to recharge electronic devices). Specifically, the complaint alleges that testing shows that the milliampere-hours (mAh) – which represents the number of times a power bank can recharge a device before it


GETIHU Power Banks

December 12th, 2018

In November 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Topstar Technology for allegedly falsely advertising the milliampere-hours (mAh) of GETIHU power banks (portable power sources that can be used to charge electronic devices). Specifically, the complaint alleges that testing shows that the mAh – which represents the number of times a power bank can charge


Power Banks from Anker Innovations

December 11th, 2018

In December 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Anker Innovations for allegedly misrepresenting the milliampere-hours (mAh) of its power banks (portable power sources that can be used to charge electronic devices). Specifically, the complaint alleges that testing shows that the mAh – which represents the number of times a power bank can charge a


myCharge Power Banks

November 19th, 2018

In November 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against RFA Brands for allegedly misrepresenting the milliampere-hours (mAh) of myCharge Power Banks (portable power sources that can be used to charge electronic devices). According to the complaint, testing shows that the mAh – which represents the number of times a Power Bank can recharge a device


Onn Power Banks

November 19th, 2018

In November 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Walmart for allegedly deceptively inflating the milliampere-hours (mAh) ratings for its Onn brand Power Banks (portable power sources that can be used to charge electronic devices, such as phones, tablets, and laptops) when, according to the complaint, testing shows that the mAh rating – which represents


PowerPack 5200

August 8th, 2019

In July 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against PNY Technologies for allegedly falsely advertising that the mAh of its power banks (portable chargers that are used to charge electronic devices) is higher than it actually is. For example, the complaint alleges that the company represents that the mAh of its PowerPack 5200 is 5200


TINA.org Report: Over 100 LuLaRoe Distributors Have Filed for Bankruptcy

May 1st, 2019

MADISON, CONN. April 30, 2019 – LuLaRoe (LLR) distributors are more likely to end up bankrupt than to reach the highest tier in the company’s distributor ranks, according to a new report by truthinadvertising.org (TINA.org). The ad watchdog analyzed bankruptcy records from across the country and found that more than 100 current or former LuLaRoe distributors


FuelRod Portable Chargers

November 1st, 2019

In October 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Tricopian and SaveMe Batteries for allegedly misleadingly marketing that consumers who purchase FuelRod portable chargers get “Free Unlimited Swaps,” meaning that they can purchase one charger and exchange their depleted charger for a free, fully charged, replacement charger, when, according to plaintiffs, the company began charging


CoinTerra’s Bitcoin Mining Machine

April 27th, 2018

May 2015: This case was administratively closed. January 2015: This action was automatically stayed after Cointerra filed for bankruptcy. April 2014: A class-action lawsuit was filed against CoinTerra, Inc. alleging that, among other things, the company falsely advertises the computing speed of the company’s Bitcoin mining computer hardware and software called the “TerraMiner IV.” Specifically,


TINA.org in the News

January 5th, 2017

2019 •2018 • 2017• 2016 • 2015 • 2014 • 2013 • 2012 ​​​​​​​​​​​​   “Truth in Advertising: Why Brands are Held to Higher Standards Than Politicians“ Andrew Frank, November 13, 2019 “The FTC is far from the only organization policing false advertising. There’s a longstanding network of nonprofit watchdogs, such as Truthinadvertising.org and the



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