wrongly advised

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Undoubtedly an agent has got into his ear and wrongly advised him that Swansea is the club for him next season.
Whitehouse claimed he had been wrongly advised by his lawyers before he pleaded guilty, but was told that he had "no arguable grounds" for appeal.
It said: "Unfortunately, we wrongly advised some customers who had made a request through the BBA Lost Account scheme that they did not hold a dormant account with us.
That was not the end of the couple's marathon legal fight, however, and they later sued their former solicitors and barrister, claiming they had been wrongly advised.
These included some homes being wrongly advised to have the insulation, and a failure by some installers and industry body the Cavity Insulation Guarantee Agency, CIGA, to respond to customer complaints.
It's not the first time we've been wrongly advised on what we should and shouldn't eat.
While referring to a statement of Munawar Hassan, Ameer Jamat-e-Islami, Senator Pervez Rashid said that Munawar Hassan has been wrongly advised by his party colleagues which has lead to wrong statements.
Referring to a statement of Munawar Hassan, Ameer Jamat-e-Islami, Senator Pervez Rashid said that he was wrongly advised by his party colleagues which led to incorrect statements.
If you believe you have been wrongly advised to leave a company pension scheme to start a personal pension plan, you should seek immediate expert advice.
It said the governor could not act without taking the council of ministers into confidence but she was wrongly advised to the effect by the Attorney General of India.