Posted October 19, 2018 07:17:10 For most online advertisers, the first thing you’ll want to do is get your ad on a platform that’s approved for their advertising needs.
That means you’ll need to make sure that your ad isn’t fake.
The same rules apply to your other forms of advertising.
And for those of you who do have a legitimate need, the steps you should take are the same.
“It’s all about having a valid need, whether it’s an online service, a print ad, a digital ad or an online ad,” says Michael Tull, vice president of advertising for advertising service provider iAd.
What to look for In addition to the rules for online ads, you should look for a platform you can trust to ensure your ad is compliant. “
And you have to do it with a high level of care.”
What to look for In addition to the rules for online ads, you should look for a platform you can trust to ensure your ad is compliant.
Tull says the best way to spot fraudulent online ads is to check to see if your ad appears on a competitor’s site.
“I don’t want to be accused of being a scammer or anything,” says Tull.
“If somebody is using the same ad that I’m using, it’s a lot harder to tell whether it is legitimate or not.”
If you see that your company is being accused of fraud, it might be worth asking if your company has taken action to stop fraudulent ads.
Turn says the FTC is investigating allegations of fraudulent ad purchases, but says it has “no further information at this time.”
The FTC doesn’t make its findings public.
Tully says it’s very important to be honest with your company when it comes to online ad fraud.
“There’s nothing wrong with being truthful, but you need to do your due diligence,” he says.
If your business is facing an accusation of fraud or other type of complaint, he says, you’ll have to be upfront about your intentions and prove that you’re in good standing with the company.
If the company hasn’t taken any steps to stop fraud, you can always contact them and have them check with the FTC to see whether they can help you.
“We have a very clear process that you follow, so you’ll get a very detailed response that’s based on what we’ve heard about it,” Tull said.
You can also take the FTC’s advice and take the company to court. “
If you think you’ve been accused of fraudulent advertising, you need a way to dispute it, he said.
You can also take the FTC’s advice and take the company to court.
For some companies, that could mean going to arbitration.
The FTC says it plans to provide more details on how the commission will handle fraudulent online ad allegations in the coming months.”
This is a very new phenomenon in terms of online advertising, and I don’t think the FTC would agree that it is not the responsibility of online advertisers to protect their brand,” he said, noting that the FTC will have to “look into” whether it should take action.
The FTC says it plans to provide more details on how the commission will handle fraudulent online ad allegations in the coming months.