FTC Settles Big With Sensa, Other Weight-Loss Marketers
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FTC settles with Sensa products and three other weight-loss product marketers, and launches its “gut check” voluntary media partnership program to prevent bogus claims. A firm cited in FTC’s 2011 investigation of human chorionic gonadotropin product ads also reached a settlement with the agency.
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