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Hyundai Motor America was one of six companies selling cars, cellphones and video gaming systems which received FTC warning letters about illegal warranty-voiding practices.
Cowboy Toyota, of Dallas, settled charges by the FTC that its ads in Spanish-language papers violated the law, in part because the disclaimers were only in English.
The California dealership group will pay $1.4 million for violating a 2014 FTC order that prohibited it from false advertising of financing terms.
Consumers have little time to read the fine print at the bottom of TV ads. That's if they can see it at all.
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