The scam that angers viewers the most
products on the Internet using blogs, websites, articles, and banners. While affiliate marketing is used legitimately, and ethically, for all kinds of Internet advertising for big corporations, some affiliate marketing practices often rely on deceptive and misleading practices.
These affiliate marketers often create fake news articles that use well-known celebrity names or phoney pop-up surveys that appear to come from trusted sources such as Costco, Air Canada and Rogers.
In these kinds of subscription traps, both the merchant and the affiliate marketer could be held responsible; the merchant for hiding the charges and the affiliate marketer for creating misleading advertising.
Marketplace tracks down a Canadian merchant and reveals how you can avoid getting tricked tonight at 8 p.m. (8:30 in NL) on CBC. Major first for Prince Charles. For the first time in 65 years, Prince Charles is pinch-hitting for Queen Elizabeth for British Remembrance Sunday services and laying a wreath at the Cenotaph. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will watch services from a nearby balcony.