Amandine Pelissard finds herself in a complicated situation. This Tuesday, May 24, she announced to her subscribers that she has been called into question by the crackdown on fraud.
This is a new shot for Amandine Pellissard. The mother participating in the show Large families, life in XXL on TF1, he manages to make ends meet with numerous product placements created through social networks. Thanks to its growing popularity, it manages to generate good income. Yes, but here it is, even if this new profession of influencer is a very recent profession, it is still framed by rules. But apparently, her mother was unaware of all these measures. She announced that she is being called into question by the crackdown on fraud. Indeed, this Tuesday, May 24, he expressed his dismay to his members.
Therefore, Amandine Pellissard indicated that an appointment had been made with the Directorate-General for Competition, Consumers and Fraud Prevention in Montpellier. The reason ? Its paid product placements and partnerships on Instagram. The mother of eight children could be fined. “We are a profession in its own right. Digital marketing is a profession, with its share of duties, rights and duties”, she declares. You then indicate what the repression of Fraud reproaches you: not having stipulated the mention “#sponsored”. “On all paid partnerships, this hashtag must be positioned clearly, neatly and precisely, so that the public is informed that it is an advertisement.”
Amandine Pellissard: “If I have a fine, I’ll pay it”
Amandine Pelissard explains: “During this first year, all these things I ignored. Now I know how the regulations due to our work work (…) If I have a fine, I will dump it. It is very good that I find that there is real vigilance and that also our profession be watched over, because the flaws are many ”. She thinks not “a big fish” And thinks the fine should be reasonable.
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Amandine Pelissard Thanks to its growing popularity, it manages to generate good income. Yes, but here it is, even if this new profession of influencer is a very recent profession, it is still framed by rules.
Amandine Pelissard “If I have a fine I will pay it. It is very good, I think there is real vigilance and that our profession is also supervised, because there are so many defects”. He does not consider himself “a big fish” and thinks the fine should be reasonable.