Recent Forum Posts12-26-2013 (3:53 am)
10 min so nothing c changed no points ...useless website try The New HOT 89.9 FM's
12-26-2013 (3:38 am)
false advertisement is just that!!!!
12-26-2013 (3:37 am)
I disagree I think there might be something there
12-26-2013 (3:27 am)
I also have proof of the recording of their points advertisement online for proof...and nothing in 6 months
12-26-2013 (3:21 am)
NOW I WILL GET BANNED ...LOL FOR THAT INFO :p my bad
12-26-2013 (3:19 am)
love to help ..Advertising is the act or practice of attracting public notice aact of false advertising in Canada to the attention. It includes all forms of public announcement that are intended to aid directly or indirectly in the furtherance or promulgation of an idea, or in directing attention to a business, commodity, service or entertainment. Advertising as a business may be subject to reasonable regulations, but since it is neither inherently dangerous nor a nuisance per se, it cannot be prohibited. The right to engage in any lawful private business or occupation includes the right to advertise it, and this right to advertise one's commodities or services is a valuable property right. Regulations exist governing deceptive or unfair advertising, trademark infringement, unfair competition, and use of endorsements. Many states have laws against false advertising, which vary by state. The main federal laws governing false advertising are the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act and the Lanham Act. Under the FTC Act, false advertising includes advertisements that make representations that the advertiser has no reasonable basis to believe, even if the representations turn out to be true. Only the Federal Trade Commission can enforce the FTC Act. Private parties, such as consumers or competitors, can file a complaint for false advertising under the Lanham Act. To establish a violation under the Lanham Act, consumers and competitors must prove the following: (1) the advertiser made false statements of fact about its product; (2) the false advertisements actually deceived or had the capacity to deceive a substantial segment of the target population; (3) the deception was material; (4) the falsely advertised product was sold in interstate commerce; and (5) the party bringing the lawsuit (plaintiff) was injured as a result of the deception. Injury is construed as a likelihood of injury, rather than actual injury.
12-26-2013 (3:13 am)
Actus reus, sometimes called the external element or the objective element of a crime, is the Latin term for the "guilty act" which, when proved beyond a reasonable doubt in combination with the mens rea, "guilty mind", produces criminal liability in the common law-based criminal law jurisdictions of Canada, Australia, India, Pakistan, South Africa, New Zealand, England, Colombia, Ghana, Wales, Ireland and the United States of America. In the United States of America, some crimes also require proof of an attendant circumstance.
12-26-2013 (3:10 am)
I think this is what they call this fraudulent advertising...as per not as advertised...I believe
04-21-2013 (2:21 am)
Been on for 3 hours and same thing