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Sony May Owe You $50 If You Bought A PS Vita

When you’re trying to push a video game system as a holiday gift item, the last thing you want is for people to associate your product with misleading claims and… 331 more words


Sony reembolsará a algunso usuarios por anuncios engañososo del PS Vita

La Comisión Federal de Comercio (Federal Trade Commission, FTC) ha hecho una denuncia contra Sony por anuncios engañosos del PS Vita.

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Sony settlement means early Vita adopters gain a little extra holiday cash

Partial refunds ordered in ruling that found the company falsely advertised the handheld console

The Federal Trade Commission settled a filing with Sony Computer Entertainment America that alleged the electronics giant made false claims about the PlayStation Vita when it was first released back in 2011. 373 more words

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Some PlayStation Vita Owners Will Get Refunds After FTC Settlement

Sony Computer Entertainment America will issue refunds to customers who bought its PlayStation Vita handheld video game system before June 2012 to settle false advertising claims brought by the Federal Trade Commission, the agency said Tuesday. 194 more words

Sony to Pay Refunds Over Misleading PlayStation Vita Ads After Settling FTC Charge

Sony misled consumers when it advertised its handheld gaming device, the PlayStation Vita, the Federal Trade Commission has ruled, and now Sony will have to pay up — to the tune of nearly $14 million, according to hardware estimates. 238 more words


Sony To Issue Refunds Over Misleading PS Vita Ads

When Sony launched its handheld PlayStation Vita device nearly three years ago, ads promised that the Vita would include “game changing” technology, like the ability to play games stored remotely on PlayStation 3 consoles, or that you could save a game on your PS 3 and use your Vita to pick up where you left off, or that you could use the 3G version of the Vita to access a library of multiplayer games anywhere with a data connection. 412 more words