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FTC Warns Hotels That Hiding Resort Fees May Violate The Law

Have you ever booked a hotel room and then arrived to find that in addition to the room rate, you must also pay a “resort fee,” even if you have no intention of using the amenities the fee is intended to cover? The Federal Trade Commission thinks some hotel operators may be illegally hiding these fees in order to mislead consumers about their room rates. [More]

Got A Good 'Drip Pricing' Story? The FTC Wants To Hear From You

Got A Good 'Drip Pricing' Story? The FTC Wants To Hear From You

You may not be familiar with the term “drip pricing,” but you’re probably all too familiar with the concept. It’s when a company advertises only one part of a product’s price and doesn’t reveal other associated charges until later in the the buying process. [More]