A Facebook page and website for an essay writing service misleadingly implied students could submit essays as their own without risk of repercussions.
A website for asbestos awareness training courses did not break the rules around misleadingness and substantiation.
An essay mill service made misleading free offer claims on their website and misleadingly implied that students could submit bought essays as their own without risks.
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