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zoe
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Do consumers have the right to know what did advertisement try to mislead them? how?
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Do consumers have the right to know what did advertisement try to mislead them? how?
I would think so. You may want to look at the Broadcasting Complaints Commission website (I think thats what it is called)
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I would think so. You may want to look at the Broadcasting Complaints Commission website (I think thats what it is called)
Ofcom now. http://www.ofcom.org.uk/ - All reports into investigations (made after complaints are made) whether upheld or not are published for public consumption.
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