Art.12.2 Sect. 3 A commercial practice likely to distort the economic behaviour of groups of consumers who are particularly susceptible to the commercial practice or to the underlying product or service due to their physical or mental infirmity, age or credulity in a way that the trader can reasonably foresee shall be assessed based on the effect of the practice on the average member of that group.
Art. 12.2 Sect. 4 The provisions of subsection (3) of this section are without prejudice to the common and legitimate advertising practice of making exaggerated statements or statements which are not meant to be taken literally.