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FTC reaches settlement over misleading mobile advertisements for in-game rewards, and warns of growing scrutiny towards today’s gaming gatekeepers

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has settled with mobile advertiser Tapjoy, Inc. (“Tapjoy”) over allegations that it misled consumers by failing to provide in-game rewards that users earned by completing its advertising offers. According to the FTC’s complaint, Tapjoy offered users in-game virtual currency for completing advertising offers like purchasing products or services, signing up … Continue Reading

New York Bill Gives Credit Card Holders 90 Days to Redeem Rewards

The New York Senate recently passed a bill that is expected to give New York residents a 90-day grace period to redeem credit card rewards after their account is changed, canceled, closed, or terminated. The bill will address issues where a cardholder’s account is closed without notice for inactivity, default, or delinquency – in such … Continue Reading

Autozone Sued Over Its Loyalty Program

Late last week, a class action lawsuit was filed in California state court against AutoZone. The case was filed pursuant to AutoZone’s rewards program.  According to the complaint, AutoZone’s loyalty program provides consumers with a “reward credit” for each purchase they make over $20.  After five credits, consumers would allegedly receive a $20 reward, which … Continue Reading
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