Discussion week 7

Discussion week 7 - Please give an example of what you...

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Please give an example of what you consider "deceptive" advertising. Why is it deceptive? I read an article about some products that are sold with fillers, which increase the legal weight of the product. That way the consumer thinks he or she is buying something that costs the producer very little compared to what the real cost could be. An example of this deceptive advertising is food, where chicken meat is injected with broth or even brine up to 15% or also malt and coca butter have been used as color filler in peanut butter. The other one I think is deceptive advertising are the commercials or products sold in the television about lose weight with pills or lotions. Theresa Heller Deceptive advertising to me is says one thing and getting something nothing like what they say. I think of the Car Ad's. "You can walk away with this car-with 0% and nothing down." How many people really get to do that? or the price - "you can buy this car for $8,000.00 and when you get there you find out they only had one at that right. That is
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course GEB 1011 taught by Professor Russo during the Spring '08 term at Valencia.

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