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FAIR TRADE COMMISSION, EXECUTIVE YUAN,R.O.C.(Taiwan)

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May, 2019 [Decisions]

  1. In 2016, Artlib Net posted in the ads inside the "Special Collection of Works by New Taiwan Artists" and the "2016 Collection of Works by New Taiwan Artists" the claim that Taiwan Yahoo! and Google had been voted the two top search engines for art-related information. The wording was a false and misleading representation with regard to service affecting transaction decisions in violation of Paragraph 4 of Article 21 of the Fair Trade Act and Paragraph 1 of the same article was applicable mutatis mutandis. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$200,000 on the company.
  2. Ching Yun Enterprise Co., Ltd., a multi-level marketing business, violated Article 7 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act by changing its sales system without filing with the FTC in advance. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$150,000 on the company.
  3. JE Best Co., Ltd. claimed the product had been awarded patents for the blue-light shielding technology in Taiwan, Germany and China when marketing the Blue Light Shield anti-blue light screen protector on its website. The wording was a false and misleading representation with regard to quality of product affecting transaction decisions in violation of Article 21 (1) of the Fair Trade Act. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$50,000 on the company.
  4. Defeng (transliteration) Enterprise Co., Ltd. posted the wording of "celebrating the company becoming a franchisee of the Dr. Glenn Doman Institutes of Education" and "the number of members celebrating the event reaching 3,000" when marketing teaching materials on its website. The claim was a false and misleading representation intended to attract consumers affecting transaction decisions in violation of Article 21 (1) of the Fair Trade Act. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$50,000 on the company.
  5. Gano E Worldwide Co., Ltd., a multi-level marketing business, violated Article 7 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act by changing its office location without filing with the FTC in advance. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$50,000 on the company.
  6. Focal Health Care Co., Ltd., a multi-level marketing business, violated Article 7 (1) of the Multi-level Marketing Supervision Act by changing its office location without filing with the FTC in advance. The FTC imposed an administrative fine of NT$50,000 on the company.

《In case of any discrepancy between the English version and the Chinese Version, the latter shall prevail.》

Updated at:2019-06-28 09:18:55
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