Contests. Online Sweepstakes. Sweepstakes. Lottery. Facebook.

Contests. Online Sweepstakes. Sweepstakes. Lottery. Facebook.

Facebook. Contests. Sweepstakes. What do Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter have in common? They all allow their participants an opportunity to create contests, sweepstakes, and other games of chance using their online venues. One of my very successful...
Twitter. Cyberbullying. Instagram Online.

Twitter. Cyberbullying. Instagram Online.

Twitter. Social Media Use. Instagram Online. Fast paced, fun, useful, and interesting, however, social media use—when done outside of the bounds of the law—can land you into trouble.  A 17-year old teen in Philadelphia discovered this the hard way, as he faces...
Cooling Off Period. FTC Rules. False and Deceptive Trade Practices.

Cooling Off Period. FTC Rules. False and Deceptive Trade Practices.

Cooling Off Period. FTC Rules. False and Deceptive Trade Practices. Home Solicitation   What happens if you purchase something through home solicitation, in other words, from a door-to-door salesman, but then change your mind? What recourse do you have under the law?...
Gift Cards. Internet Marketing. Small Business Marketing.

Gift Cards. Internet Marketing. Small Business Marketing.

Gift Cards. Internet Marketing. Small Business Marketing. Are you thinking of putting together a gift card campaign? Have you ever offered a gift card for your products and/or services as a way to promote your business? Did you issue that card before 2010? Did your...
Timeshare Scams. False and Misleading. FTC. Federal Commission Trade.

Timeshare Scams. False and Misleading. FTC. Federal Commission Trade.

FTC and Timeshare Scams The sale of timeshares in hot vacation spots has long been a big business. If you have ever visited one of these spots, the chances are high that you have been approached by a salesperson selling timeshares. Their methods can often be...

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