A couple of weeks ago, Instagram released a new feature called “LIVE” that allows you to get the ad for a new product in the app and, if you want to buy it, pay a fee.
You can even use the ad to make your own Instagram ad.
I had been using Instagram as a business and had never used it to promote a product before.
I bought a few products on the site, then shared them on social media to promote my brand.
A few days later, I got a call from a customer service representative, who told me that I was charged for a product that was not on the Instagram Live store.
She told me she had been told that it was illegal to share the product, which is why I hadn’t paid.
She then told me I was being charged for the product and that I would have to pay an extra $10 to get it back.
So, I took it upon myself to go to Instagram Live and buy it.
I found it on the website and, as I posted the ad, I started getting paid for it.
In an effort to get back some money, I decided to buy the product on my own.
I was then sent a notification that I had paid the $10, but was then told that Instagram Live had decided to charge me another $10 for the sale.
The $10 I paid wasn’t included in the original sale price and the original $10 fee was still on my account.
I contacted Instagram Live customer service, who informed me that they were looking into the issue.
I then contacted Instagram again and received an email from Instagram stating that it would be refunding my money.
I also contacted the company who had sold me the product.
My complaint to Instagram went viral, as it got my message out there, and I have since been able to collect $5,000 from Instagram Live.
While I appreciate that Instagram is a platform where you can share your content freely, I believe that their policy is unfair and potentially misleading.
It’s not illegal to advertise your products or services on Instagram Live, but Instagram should take responsibility for what they charge you for ads.
Instagram should also make it clear to all users that it is not allowed to charge them a fee for content, and it should also clarify that it does not allow users to post ads for other brands on Instagram.
The company should also include a disclaimer on Instagram’s ads explaining that the fees for the ads are not refundable.
Instagram Live’s marketing and advertising policies should be updated to clearly explain the different fees and that it’s against Instagram’s policies to charge for ads on Instagram, but unfortunately, they have not yet.