One such practice is related to the advertisement of alleged “discounted” pricing. It is a common practice for retailers to market the price at which an item was, or should be, sold - the regular price - in conjunction with their discount pricing.
For example: “regular price: $199.99, however, our price: $149.99 - 25% savings!” While such advertisements can be legitimate, they can also be used to deceive.
Unscrupulous retailers often just invent a discount by advertising an artificially inflated “regular price” and using this fiction to create a “discount.”
Often, the discount price being advertised is just the retailer normal pricing. Such advertising practices are not only unethical, false, and misleading, but also violate numerous state and federal laws.
However, to prosecute a successful case against these unscrupulous retailers, we need information regarding shopping habits of the “average” consumer.
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