Situation (imaginary and hyperbolic to establish the point)
There are two types of candies available in a shop. Type one is sweet and savory, but type two is infested with a serious bacteria, but coloured nicely.
People also buy candy type #2, for whatever reason.
I go to the shop. I am not allowed to enter. Other people are allowed to enter. Eventually, candy type #1 is fully sold out.
At this point I am suddenly welcomed with a lot of gusto. I see that only candy type #2 is available.
The shopkeeper asks "Do you have a candy?".
I say, "Nah, I was not allowed to enter the shop".
They answer, "Never mind, look, we are offering candy type #2. You can have them all. You are the only one we will sale candy #2"
Is there a single word that specifically describes the mal-intent of trying to sell candy type #2, knowing that it has the bacterial infection?
I would prefer a single word, if not possible then a phrase is okay. If there is a figure of speech or an idiom to this effect, I'd be very interested in knowing that.
If a word describing the intent is not possible (or in any case) is there a word that describes the bad-deal disguised as a great reward?
Attempt to Solve
"Mal-intent" as a word is too generic. I am seeking a word that describes mal-intent of pushing a bad deal.
"Platitude" covers the empty words that could be used to push such a deal, but it does not necessarily imply that the deal is seriously bad.
"Bad deal" again is too direct.
Part of speech
I expect this to be a noun, but I am not setting a requirement. I am still learning.
"I am tired of your _________________. "
The answer goes in the blank.