U.S. forces Reebok to refund money for deceptive toning claims

Reebok International has entered a settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission that will see it paying out $25 million in refunds to U.S. customers who bought its toning footwear. Reebok claimed that the shoes helped tone and strengthen glutes by 28 percent more than conventional footwear and hamstrings and ...

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