ASA Weekly Rulings Published

Apr 12th '17

This weeks rulings have been published. The following advertisers have been formally investigated by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).

Rulings for : 12 April 2017

Two ads for boat trips on the Isle of Skye, seen in August 2016:

A web page describing different boat trips on stated “UNIQUE “NO HYPE” money back guarantee – on all trips gives you confidence in what wildlife you will see. Its [sic] simple – if you don’t see the wildlife we p…

A brochure titled Healthy Living Direct Magazine and seen in November 2016, contained ads for a number of sex toys and aids.

An email from Selfridges, seen in January 2017, showed a model standing side on in a long blue dress.

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