- In Sim Lim Square cheat cases, a person paid $1k for iPhone insurance. He "agreed" to buy it because the price was not clearly written.
- In some restaurants, prices are not written clearly and people can then be charged exorbitant prices.
- Insurance costs can vary by up to 100 times because the cost is simply not written clearly.
- Many politicians use deceptive language. Also, they tend to tell only the benefits without telling the negatives.
- Say you are a scientist. You have 10 studies supporting your theory and 90 studies showing you are wrong. You only quote the 10 studies to people that can't expect.
All of these are deceptions that would make people choose really really "bad deals". Is there a word to describe such deceptions?
Lying? Sophism? Fraud? Scam? Pull a fast one? What?