Title 7, Chapter 4, Section 4
(a) No person shall advertise in or through any newspaper, radio,
television, letter, circular, billhead, or in any way or through any
medium any rate of interest or finance charge pertaining to any
consumer credit transactions other than a rate stated in simple
interest terms or a rate stated in terms which would comply with the
federal Truth in Lending Simplification and Reform Act, Public Law
96-221 (15 U.S.C. 57(a) and 1602, et seq.).
(b) There is no liability under this Code section on the part of any
owner or personnel of any medium in which an advertisement appears
or through which it is disseminated when the publisher, owner,
agent, or employee did not have knowledge of the false, misleading,
or deceptive character of the advertisement, did not prepare the
advertisement, or did not have a direct financial interest in the
sale or distribution of the advertised product or service.
(c) Nothing contained in this Code section shall be construed to
amend, modify, or repeal any of the provisions of Part 2 of Article
15 of Chapter 1 of Title 10, known as the "Fair Business Practices
Act of 1975."