Deceptive, Unfair and Unconscionable Sales Acts or Practices

What constitute deceptive acts or practices

An act or practice is deemed deceptive “whenever the producer, manufacturer, supplier or seller, through concealment, false representation of fraudulent manipulation, induces a consumer to enter into a sales or lease transaction of any consumer product or service.”[1] Without limiting the scope of the definition of what constitutes a deceptive act, the act or practice of a seller or supplier is deceptive when it represents that:[2]

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