Representation For Deceptive Trade Practices
The Federal Trade Commission is responsible for regulating trade practices. The Federal Trade Commission has found that trade practices that are unethical or fraudulent constitute a deceptive trade practice, and if a person suffers damages as a result of such deception, he or she may be entitled to legal and equitable relief.
Examples of deceptive trade practices are:
- False advertising
- Distorting credit terms
- Distorting payment terms
- Inaccurate pricing
If you have suffered damages because of deceptive trade practices, you may be able to bring a lawsuit seeking compensation for your damages.