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Stop spamming peoples pages with advertisements and sponsors all day long nobody wants to see this give it a rest
Stop spamming people's web pages with advertisements all day long I have must have deleted 500 advertisements in the last week I do not wish to do business with anybody that does that on Facebook page why would I knock it off
User's recommendation: It it might en masse that we start deleting our Facebook page.
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Sally Ramsden Advertising Standards Authority Takes Bribes www.asa.org.uk
Sally Ramsden Advertising Standards Authority Takes Bribes www.asa.org.uk - Sally Ramsden found guilty of accepting bribes from false advertisers. Investigations executive Sally Ramsden was recently found guilty of accepting bribes from advertisers who break the Advertising Standards Agency rules. Anybody who has fallen foul of the advertising rules, will probably have heard of Sally Ramsden from ASA. Sally's details are: Sally Ramsden Investigations Executive sallyr@***.org.uk 0207 492 **** Sally Ramsden from the ASA was found guilty of taking a Â£2700 bribe from a well known online retailer, to hide customer complaints, so that the advertiser could continue breaking the law. Whilst Sally Ramsden await trial, she is still in the position to continue her employment with the Advertising Standards Agency (www.asa.org.uk), which in itself is a scandal. It is not the first time Sally Ramsden has been caught in illegal circumstances. She was also accused of taking bribes back in 2009, although the case was thrown out by the judge due to lack of evidence. We all know that there is no smoke without fire. Sally Ramsden from the Advertising Standards Agency (www.asa.org.uk) should be in prison, for theft, fraud and accepting illegal bribes.
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