Rogers Corporation uses only ethical marketing practices that meet or exceed the requirements of the laws of each country where we conduct business. We promote our products fairly and our promotional materials are accurate and complete. We provide only truthful information about Rogers’ products as this best serves the needs of our customers, the public and our business.

What is expected of you?

  • Develop, approve and distribute marketing material in accordance with industry best practices.
  • Use only promotional or educational materials that have been approved for use in accordance with the company’s standard review procedures.
  • Never create or use promotional materials without first obtaining company authorization for distribution.

Why This Matters

In 2019, AT&T was forced to refund its cellular phone customers $60 million to settle false advertising claims made by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. AT&T had advertised “unlimited” data plans but failed to notify its customers that if they used a certain amount of data in a billing cycle, AT&T would slow down – or throttle – their data speeds, making basic smartphone functions, like browsing the internet, nearly impossible. The FTC found this to be false advertising.