The Federal Trade Commission is the nation's consumer watchdog. It's the agency responsible for protecting the people's interests when it comes to truth-in-advertising standards. FTC agents are also the ones who will come after businesses for indulging in sketchy promotional schemes and shady marketing tactics, like negative option marketing and deceptive payment schemes.Connect With An FTC Defense Lawyer »
The FTC has published a host of marketing and advertising guidelines. Here are the ones that every business and entrepreneur in the online business space should know.
Advertising and Marketing on the Internet: Link
Guidelines for Making Health Claims in Marketing Materials: Link
"Made in the USA" Use Guidelines: Link
The Dot Com Disclosures: Link
Can-SPAM Compliance Guide: Link
The FTC's Truth-in-Advertising Guide: Link
Multi-Level-Marketing Guidance: Link
Consumer Review Fairness Act Guidelines: Link
Native Advertising Guidelines: Link
Section 5 of the FTC Act: Link
Are you overwhelmed by the list of FTC advertising and marketing rules? Don't have time to sift through thousands of legalese-laden pages?
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