WS Audiology and GN settle false advertising case in US

Hearing aid firms WSA and GN Hearing-owned Lively have entered settlements with the Attorney General Connecticut Office. The firms had marketed products as “FDA-approved” when they were in fact only registered. ”An oversight,” a WSA representative calls it.

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Hearing aid manufacturers WS Audiology and GN Hearing have been reprimanded by Connecticut Attorney General William Tong for having falsely marketed certain products in the US.

The case has ended in separate settlements with the Connecticut Office of the Attorney General, under which four companies will collectively pay USD 40,000 to the state and have agreed to cease the false marketing, a press release from the office, which industry media The Hearing Review first discovered, has announced.

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