A win for the FDA: After 16 horse deaths resulted from the consumption of Syfrett horse feed pallets, the FDA ordered the company to pull their products and to get ready for surprise inspections and lab testing!
Herbalife has agreed to pay $200 million, in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, to reimburse consumers who were deceived about potential profits and lost money on its nutritional supplements.
False reporting on consumers credit files and/or consumer reports, failures to follow reasonable procedures to assure maximum possible accuracy of the information concerning each consumer, and failures to conduct reasonable reinvestigations with respect to such information has led Equifax to investigate consumer disputes free of charge. Based on the result of the investigation, they will either update the current status of the disputed information (which may include letting you know if the furnisher of the information verified it was reporting correctly) or delete the item from your file.
At&T has been charged with cramming, which is an unjust and unreasonable practice that results in consumers paying for services they never requested and expending significant time and resources to reverse unauthorized charges.