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    Maninder commented  · 

    Bing Ad policy says: "Advertisers may not promote online technical support to consumers for products or services that the advertisers do not directly own."

    1. They should leave it to the consumers whether to choose actual owner support or third party support. Microsoft Bing doesn't have the right to force the consumers to have only one option of taking the support only from the product Owner. Bing does not have any right to target 'tech support business' to destroy it, esp any legit tech support.

    2. If anyone files a complaint against their this unfair policy, i am 100% sure that they are gonna hurt their own business due to such a silly rule.

    3 A rule should be there only for the bad advertisers who pretend to be a 'Brand' when this is not
    the case, but it should not hit at all to those advertisers who don't really say anything that misleads a consumer who is looking for a brand only. Because good advertisers clearly write that they are 'third party tech support providers for a Brand. So this rule needs to be modified as soon as for the good.

    4. Bing should learn something from Google policies.

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