A website ad for tax rebate quotes did not misleadingly imply consumers could obtain an estimate before deciding whether to proceed with a claim.
A website for a training course for lawyers made misleading and unverified claims.
Website ads for a deed poll company misled consumers by implying it was the officially recognised organisation for such services.
A radio ad by the Home Office was misleading because it did not make sufficiently clear that some applicants to the EU Settlement Scheme would need to provide additional documents beyond their passport or ID card.
Our rulings are published every Wednesday and set out on the public record how, following investigation, the advertising rules apply and where we draw the line in judging whether an ad has broken the rules. We also publish a list of companies and organisations which, following receipt of a complaint, agreed to amend or withdraw their ad without the need for a formal investigation.