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Islander love Francesca Allen and the Gale twins named and shamed TODAY for breaking Instagram laws

LOVE Island stars Francesca Allen and Belle Hassan are being named and shamed for breaking Instagram advertising rules.

Twins Jess and Eve Gale, Anna Vakili, as well as Jodie Marsh, were among the influencers found to have repeatedly ignored warnings from the advertising watchdog about paid posts.

Jodie Marsh is one of six influencers affected by watchdog sanctions

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Jodie Marsh is one of six influencers affected by watchdog sanctionsCredit: Instagram / JodieMarsh

Social media celebrities who are paid by businesses to promote products on their pages must declare it with #ad in a prominent place.

So now the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has decided to run their own ad on Instagram, pointing out six stars for not categorizing it.

And Amber Gill has been warned she will likely face similar sanctions.

Twins Jess and Eve Gale

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Twins Jess and Eve GaleCredit: Instagram
Anna Vakili

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Anna VakiliCredit: Splash
Francesca Allen

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Francesca AllenCredit: Instagram

Frustrated officials will consider asking the tech giants to pull down the undeclared promotional posts of repeat offenders altogether if their latest step doesn’t work.

In June, the regulator launched a website to track influencers who didn’t clarify ads.

Tyne-Lexy Clarson, Scott Timlin, Vicky Pattison and Nikki Ryan are currently on a watch list with others and will be there for at least three months.

The name and shame promotion tactic will pop up on Instagram feeds of users interested in Allen, Hassan, the Gale, Vakili and Marsh twins from now on, until the officials come out. feel that they will be more forthright.

“[Name] has been sanctioned by the UK’s advertising regulator for failing to declare advertising on the platform,” it wrote.

“Be aware that the products and services recommended or recommended by this influencer may have been paid for by those brands.

“Our non-compliance social media influencer page at asa.org.uk is updated regularly to inform consumers of people breaking these rules.”

Exposed: example of ad warning against Francesca Allen

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Exposed: example of ad warning against Francesca AllenCredit: ASA

Shahriar Coupal, from ASA, said: “For the small number of influencers who consistently don’t disclose their paid posts, it’s important that their social media followers are informed. newspaper.

“In a new front of enforcement, we’re using targeted ads to highlight violations of six social media personalities to the same audience they’re trying to influence. enjoy.

“When we see necessary changes to their disclosure methods, we will remove the ads.

“However, as non-compliance persists, we will consider more direct forms of enforcement.”

Belle Hassan

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Belle Hassan
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