Get-rich advert fails truth test

Friday 27 February 2004

A newspaper advertisement promoting investment seminars run by the Entrepreneurs Success Centre has been criticised for not telling the truth.

By The Landlord

The Advertising Standards Complaints Board ruled that an ad headlined, "Here's how the rich make their money and you can too" did not tell people that it was only an introductory seminar, was "completely unacceptable" and did not disclose that further costs could be incurred.

Via their Entrepreneurs Success Centre, Auckland property investors Phil Jones and David Hows promote their Richmastery brand and run seminars which they claim will give investors the skills and information for successful investment.

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