Deceptive holiday deals – can you sue if you are taken by one?

If you received a newspaper on Thanksgiving Day, you saw firsthand how far some stores would go to get consumers to spend money with them.  However, what happens when businesses go too far with their ads?  What happens when a business promises something but fails to deliver?  What rights do consumers have to sue stores for deceptive holiday deals?  Generally, in order to sue of deceptive holiday deals the advertisement must contain false promises, the store made artificially high markups to make the sales prices seem lower or there is something contained in the teeny tiny fine print that violates FTC disclosures.

For more about what you can do if you were duped read, “Can You Sue Over Deceptive Holiday ‘Deals’?