MSE News: Council agrees to take down 'shyster' EHIC ad from its website

A council has taken down an advert for a 'shyster' site - which charges customers £35 to submit an otherwise free EHIC application - after MoneySavingExpert.com contacted it...
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  • minislimminislim Forumite
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    its about time there was an overhaul with advertising.
    council websites, facebook and even hotmail. most of which are now dodgy or shyster in their nature.

    i'm sure many are like me in saying. in the last few years i have never clicked on any adverts like these intentionally!

    if they use such dodgy methods of advertising. how dodgy is the company, service or the product they are offering?
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