Where's the deception?
Where’s the deception?
Concerning one writer’s issue with advertising appearing in the Dispatch:
If at the top of an ad it states that it is an advertisement, then what would possibly be deceptive about that? I’m sure that the Dispatch assumes that people looking at the newspaper know how to read.
How many times in our lives have we all heard the phrase “read the fine print”? Is it the fault of the Dispatch if someone doesn’t do so?