Reality TV stars have Instagram posts banned after failing to reveal they were paid ads

Chloe Ferry, Helen Briggs, and Myles Barnett all promoted advice service Debt Slayers to their millions of followers.

Three reality TV stars have had their Instagram posts banned after they failed to reveal that they were paid advertisements.

Geordie Shore’s Chloe Ferry, 25, Helen Briggs, 25, from Ex On The Beach, and Towie’s Myles Barnett, 27, have more than four million followers between them.

They all posted on the social media platform promoting advice service Debt Slayers earlier this year or late last year.

But the Advertising Standards Authority ruled they had not made it clear that they were being paid to advertise the company.

Ferry had written in January: “If you know someone who is over £5000+ in debt this is a new fully regulated scheme that can help you write off 85 per cent of the debt”, before providing a link to Debt Slayers.

Ferry had written in January: “If you know someone who is over £5000+ in debt this is a new fully regulated scheme that can help you write off 85 per cent of the debt”, before providing a link to Debt Slayers.

Barnett posted: “One of my friends just got 81 percent of his debt wiped off. So if you’ve got debt above £5,000 – it could be credit cards, catalogues, car finance … a loan, anything like that, swipe up, there’s more information on there … you can wipe off a big, big chunk of your debt.”

A story on Briggs’ Instagram account in December featured a link to Debt Slayers’ website.

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