>> People who bought Reebok “toning shoes” could get a refund after the manufacturer agreed to pay out $25 million to settle false advertising charges. The settlement came after US consumer watchdog ruled Reebok’s claim that its EasyTone or RunTone shoes could strengthen hamstrings, calves and buttocks “just by walking” was unsubstantiated.
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