“The FTC had charged the company with using allegedly deceptive advertising to promote its Shape-ups. They said Skechers made “unfounded claims” that its Shape-ups would help people lose weight, and strengthen and tone their buttocks, legs and abdominal muscles. The FTC complaint also charged the company with falsely representing that those claims were backed up by clinical studies,” according to a report at CNBC News.
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