Originally Posted by JamesF
The trouble is, if they start vetting adverts, they might be held responsible if one of them is a scam. So the safest thing to do from their perspective is not to vet them and delete them if they're reported.
REALLY?? You think an advertising company can be held liable for for an advert slipping through what would be some pretty simple checks to avoid a whole host of other rouge adverts being on their website??
I don't think this is the reason why they don't do it.
1. It would take time & effort, therefore money to do even simple checks.
2. They are collecting income from those placing the rogue adverts.
Why would they want to stop it!! 😉
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