|Jan 1, 2013, 11:17 AM||#1|
What policy do you have with misleading ad banners?
just today I saw the following advertisement when posting a reply here:Wondershare site, which is quite a notorious site to SPAM for, but they misleadingly advertise for HandBrake, though they do not offer HandBrake of course, only their own applications, for which you have to pay for.
Are such ads okay here?
|Jan 1, 2013, 11:22 AM||#2|
I was also wondering this too. People with little knowledge of these "fake" ads could get scammed :/
Personally I mostly use tapatalk on my ipad for macrumors.
PC: FX 6300, hd 7870, 8gb ram, 120gb ssd, 1tb hdd, define r4, rosewill 630w, MSI 970a-g43.
Stuff: 1st gen iPad Mini, iPod touch 4
|Jan 1, 2013, 03:04 PM||#5|
I should have referred to this in my OP then:
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