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FTC Nails Supplement Marketers For “Bogus” Free Weight-Loss Samples

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Firms marketing products or services online must clearly and conspicuously disclose billing practices and obtain affirmative consent before charging consumers, or potentially face hefty fines for violating consumer protection laws, the Federal Trade Commission cautions
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