Rihanna é processada por propaganda enganosa e forçar consumidores a participar de planos mensais contra sua vontade.

On Tuesday, Truth in Advertising, a nonprofit organization, said that Savage x Fenty “ensnares consumers into unwanted monthly charges,” through a membership plan that was difficult to opt out of. It said it had alerted the Federal Trade Commission to the line’s business practices, which it believes violate the agency’s rules and the Restore Online Shoppers’ Confidence Act.

When consumers buy items like bras and underwear from the Savage x Fenty website, the brand allegedly enrolls consumers into $50 monthly subscriptions “without disclosing all the material terms and conditions of the offer,” Truth in Advertising said. The prices that appear when an item is added to a shopper’s online cart — say, $19.50 for a pair of leggings — require a membership. For nonmembers, the price of the leggings can be more than double. Truth in Advertising added that the brand also used “dissuasion and diversion tactics” when consumers tried to cancel memberships.

The group also said that ads for the line from social media influencers could be deceptive.

Savage x Fenty denied the claims. “These accusations are false and based on misconceptions of our business,” Emma Tully, a representative for the line, said in an email. “At Savage x Fenty, we believe strongly in transparency, which is why we provide multiple disclosures of membership terms throughout the shopping experience, within advertisements, and through our ambassador engagement policies,” she said.

The complaint from Truth in Advertising involves the pervasiveness of so-called negative-option billing online, which refers to the practice of companies charging consumers for a service unless it is specifically declined.

“A lot of consumers really love the fact that this brand is championing female empowerment and inclusiveness, and so they are very willing to purchase products from this website,” Bonnie Patten, the executive director of Truth in Advertising, said in an interview. “What they don’t understand is that the prices they’re seeing on social media are prices for joining a membership, and because of the way the checkout process works, they are unwittingly being put into a subscription model.”

When customers add items from the site to a shopping cart, a “Savage x Monthly Membership” is automatically added. To check out, customers have to proactively remove it, which may cause the price of items to rise sharply.

Consumers may be aware of the Savage x Fenty business model, but Ms. Patten said that Truth in Advertising had tracked hundreds of complaints around the company’s billing and cancellation practices.

NY Times

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gringo é mto preguiçoso msm kkk pqp

nem pra ler 1 linha q diz q tem q se inscrever no plano mensal pra ter desconto antes de comprar servem

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nao demorou pra chegar a escória

me retirando

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E… vá na sombra fenty

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btw nao me referi a vc especificamente, só a esse grupo q a sra marcou

cadeia nela

Chocada com a falcatrua

essa vagabunda da @ivy é muito surtada

cadeira eletrica pra ontem

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e depois a taylor que é mercenária kkkk

A Boca Rosa de Barbados

Isso q da trabalhar pro velho da Havan do US

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alguém resume?

lenda caloteira

nada é honesto vindo dessa mulher