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Tag Archive: Advertising Standards Authority

  • RBS & NatWest ad complaints upheld

    The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld two complaints against Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). The first ad, for NatWest, showed a scene in which two women in NatWest uniform were shown outside a NatWest bank on a deserted coastal … Read more »

  • NatWest TV ad banned

    A TV ad for NatWest bank has been banned after complaints that it implies that all NatWest branches are open on Saturdays. In a voice-over, the advertisement states “NatWest has made a public promise to become Britain’s most helpful bank … Read more »

  • Wonga loan advert banned

    The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld complaints about a TV advertisement for sub-prime lender, Wonga.com. The offending advert showed a man who spoke as two different characters, with a beard on one half of his face and clean-shaven on … Read more »

  • ASA bans debt firm for offering to write-off loans

    The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a debt management company from publishing misleading information about the writing-off of consumer debt. London-based Debt Free UK Ltd operates the Loan-Free.co.uk website, which stated: “If your credit card or loan was taken … Read more »

  • NatWest’s MoneySense service under scrutiny

    Consumer Group, Which?, has carried out an investigation into NatWest’s MoneySense service, which is advertised as offering “impartial guidance on understanding your money and managing your income and expenditure”. The service was launched in December of last year and by … Read more »

  • Advertising watchdog focuses on financial sector

    In its 2008 annual report published earlier this week, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has warned that it will be paying particular attention to advertisements and claims made by the finance sector in the months ahead. The watchdog states: “Responding … Read more »