NAD: Advertisers Must Substantiate Unpaid, Third-Party Claims Once They Link To Or Disseminate Them
Texas-based hair care marketer Routine Wellness must substantiate an unpaid, third-party lifestyle blog’s review claiming the brand’s product is among the ‘5 best shampoos for women with thin hair’ because it linked to the review from its own social media pages, says the National Advertising Division in a review published 2 March.
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