May 23rd, 2019
Comment made by TINA.org executive director, Bonnie Patten at the FDA’s public meeting on Responsible Innovation in Dietary Supplements held on May 16, 2019. Thank you for the opportunity to provide comments today on behalf of Truth in Advertising. TINA.org is a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization that works to out, stop and prevent deceptive marketing.
April 30th, 2019
At least 115 current or former LuLaRoe distributors have filed for personal bankruptcy since 2016.
April 9th, 2019
TINA.org found the German automaker didn’t have the support to claim its Sprinter van was “built in the USA.”
March 20th, 2019
AT&T says it’s not making a comparison to cable. NAD says differently.
March 14th, 2019
Texas court lets retailers off the hook for promoting products on shelves.
March 7th, 2019
Counting up issues with study sure to be a sleep aid.
March 4th, 2019
TINA.org finds 95 percent of social media influencers previously put on notice by the FTC breaking the law.
February 28th, 2019
Avoidance tactic fails mattress company as marketing claims are referred to federal regulators.
February 20th, 2019
In focusing on express claims, did the FTC overlook implied claims that convey the same message?
February 4th, 2019
TINA.org investigates after doctor challenges pain reliever’s “clinically proven” labeling claim on Twitter.
December 10th, 2018
What kind of disclosure is necessary for social media influencer marketing?
November 29th, 2018
TINA.org breaks down unfair and inadequate MLM settlement by the numbers.
October 23rd, 2018
“Health news segment” seems a lot like advertising.
August 30th, 2018
Experts weigh in on how to avoid being a victim of these latest campus scams.
August 27th, 2018
Transitions lenses are marketed as changing tint in a flash— leaving consumers in the dark about how long it actually takes.
June 21st, 2018
The most vexing thing of all? The brain supplement admits there are no studies to back up its claims.
May 17th, 2018
Price-match policy comes with a laundry list of limitations.
May 2nd, 2018
Neuroscientist questions the science behind brain training.
April 19th, 2018
And it’s a hearty fee that food manufacturers pay for the right to display the AHA’s heart-check mark.