Top 10 Misleading Marketing Tactics

Top 10 Misleading Marketing Tactics

These ads might sound convincing, but they’re just too good to be true. Join as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Misleading Ma…
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  1. Storytime: As soon as my sister turned 17, my family decided to buy her a car. We didn’t really want her to have a car all to herself, so we decided to buy the family a car that had fantastic gas milage so on road trips we could use it to save money, but it’d mostly be her car. So we bought her a Ford Fusion with 43 MPG. After 5 months of having that car, we have never gotten it above 34 MPG even with a perfect braking score etc… So Ford was “nice” enough to give us 700$…MY FAMILY HAS LOST THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS DUE TO YOUR STUPID-ASS CAR! THANKS SO MUCH FOR 700$ FORD! I’LL GO BUY A FRIGGIN XBOX ONE NOW! WHEEEEW!!!!

  2. lol I remember when I saw a cereal commercial when it said “Gluten Free!” and in fine print at the bottom it said “Cereal isn’t gluten free”

  3. Look at all of these so called “superior minds” who think advertising is the most evil thing imaginable and it only happens in America. It is not like these companies force us to buy their products. Also, any countries with TVs has these exact same ads. So you are the morons, all you people in other countries who are just jealous of America.

  4. The most misleading marketing tactic of all time is: FAITH, sold by thousands of religions to BILLIONS of people. It promises you: prosperity, an afterlife, sometimes virgins and the ability to modify reality by talking to your self while looking at the sky, The cost: Curiosity, Sunday mornings, $$Money$$, medical advancements, ignorance, perception of reality, lives, ability to think for your self, equality, wars, 

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  6. If you think this is misleading, check out the false advertising on commercial channels like CNN, NBC News, Fox. Not only do they lie to you, they tell you it’s news. Far worse!

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