Ad or site content that tries to mislead site visitors threatens customer safety. Microsoft bans such content, including what can be reasonably perceived as being deceptive, fraudulent or harmful to site visitors. Examples include: unsubstantiated claims, free offers or price promises, misleading ads and promotion of third party products and services. Find more specific policies about misleading content below.
Advertising that includes unproven claims or endorsements is not allowed.
For example: Ads and sites may not claim an association with government programs when none exists. Advertisers may not use “gov” in ad copy or URLs or show government emblems on their site without documented endorsement from the government.
Immigration services from legal professionals.
Get your passport today.
Fast and easy!
Ads may not claim an association with government programs when none exists, such as “.gov” in URLs, without documented endorsement from
Advertisers offering services or otherwise promoting a third-party product may not claim affiliation with the owner or manufacturer of the product when no such relationship exists.
Advertisers may not promote online technical support to consumers for products or services that the advertisers do not directly own.
Advertisers must not claim to provide a service that can only be provided by the actual owner of the products or service advertised.
Use these links for more help with Bing Ads policies.