What is meant by Deceptive Trade Practices?
Deceptive Trade Practices is a broad term for unfair and injurious consumer practices. This may include false or deceptive advertising or other practice that will likely mislead a consumer, to that consumer’s detriment. Deceptive trade practices are regulated by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Also, each state has consumer protection statues that allow state attorneys, together with consumers, to file lawsuits over unfair consumer practices.
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