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FTC Proposes “Click to Cancel” Rule Provision for Recurring Subscriptions and Memberships

By Kristie Prinz | June 26, 2024

The FTC recently proposed that its “Negative Option Rule” be updated to reflect a new “Click to Cancel” provision, which would protect consumers from being forced to pay for unwanted subscriptions and memberships.  A copy of the FTC notice of proposal is linked here. What is the FTC’s Negative Option Rule? The Negative Option Rule…

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