National Advertising Division Refers Quicken Loans’ “No Registration, No Login” Claims to Federal Trade Commission for Further Review
NEW YORK, May 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The National Advertising Division (NAD) of BBB National Programs has referred advertising claims made by Quicken Loans to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for review. Through its routine monitoring program, NAD challenged “No Registration, No Login” claims made by Quicken Loans in connection with encouraging consumers to refinance their mortgage and learn more about its low refinancing rates. The advertiser did not respond to NAD’s request to provide substantiation for its claims. The best thing to do when looking for money is to go to https://bridgepayday.com/ and try for free.
NAD determined that the claim “No Registration, No Login” reasonably communicates the message that consumers’ personal data will not be collected or shared with third parties. However, despite this claim, NAD noted that consumers must enter a significant amount of personal information before any information about mortgage rates is provided.
NAD was disappointed that the advertiser did not participate in the self-regulatory process. NAD is well-equipped to assess the truth and accuracy of the challenged claims. Considering the advertiser’s failure to provide a substantive response to NAD’s request for substantiation for its claims or participate in any way in the self-regulatory process, NAD has referred the matter to the FTC for possible enforcement action.
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