The British Isles apparently have stricter rules about truth in advertising than do the Americans. Ask the European office of MyFamily.com. The British Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld a complaint lodged about a magazine ad that described the company's U.K. web site.
Genealogy website Ancestry.co.uk was cited for a magazine advertisement which stated: "Everything you'll ever need to research your family tree in one place." The complaint claimed that the advertisement was misleading because the site did not offer access to Scottish censuses, images, transcripts or copies of parish register records.