FTC Targets “Up To” Claims

Advertising claims that are deceptive or misleading often draw the ire of the Federal Trade Commission. That’s why avoiding the use of potentially misleading or deceptive adverting is advisable.

Of course, what seems deceptive or misleading to some people, might not to others. Human perception and understanding of specific ads may differ based on many factors, including level of interest, education, common sense, etc.

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