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(May 15, 2001) -- The Federal Trade Commission, which is holding a workshop on advertising disclosures next week, sent a warning message to marketers in advance today.

The FTC announced settlements with Juno Online Services and Gateway, which had been accused by federal regulators of failing to adequately disclose fees for free dial-up Internet connections.

Both companies agreed as part of the settlement to reimburse customers. See the full story. -- Ira Teinowitz

Copyright May 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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