Publisher To Refund $1.8M To Settle Deceptive Marketing Case

Law360, Miami (June 24, 2013, 8:16 PM EDT) -- Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi announced Monday that her office has agreed on a settlement with a book and DVD publishing company Boardroom Inc. over allegations of deceptive and unfair trade practices that will see the company refund up to $1.8 million to consumers.

The Attorney General's Office said it investigated the Connecticut-based company, which publishes and sells books, DVDs and newsletters on health, nutrition and finance under several “Bottom Line” brand names for allegedly making deceptive representations about its products and failing to make “clear...
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