Mosquito Repellent Promotion Tumbles On Undisclosed Paid Social Media Plugs By US Olympic Gymnasts
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
FTC proposes settlements with marketing and public relations firm Creaxion and Inside Publications over regulatory violations in advertising for Fit Organic Mosquito Repellent including failing to disclose US Olympic gymnasts as paid social medial endorsers and misrepresenting that paid commercial ads are opinions from an independent or objective publishers or sources.
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