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As a rule, ads conform to the doctrine that a picture is worth a thousand words. This one appears to do so in pairing a big photo with a small text. There’s a catch, though: The photo shows us something we’re not supposed to do, and Visa is hoping the ad’s dozen or so words of text can override it.

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