PayPal ‘reward’ email rapped for misleading

“We considered that consumers were likely to understand from the subject line and headline claim that they would receive credit worth £10 from PayPal, and the subsequent qualification was insufficient to counter that impression, so we concluded that the ad was misleading and breached the code,” wrote the ASA in its ruling.

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