Fraudulent & Deceptive Marketing

How Our Philadelphia Class Action Attorneys Can Help

Each year, thousands of consumers are harmed physically or financially by products or services that have been misrepresented. Fraudulent representation of products, underhanded sales tactics, false advertising, and deceptive marketing are schemes that are designed to trick consumers into purchasing products and/or services. When corporations and manufacturers use these deceptive marketing tactics, they can-and should-be held legally responsible.

In a technology-driven, hypercompetitive marketplace, attempts to influence consumers are everywhere, and companies often employ deceptive marketing and sales techniques to increase their bottom lines at the expense of their own customers and in spite of federal and state regulations.

Golomb & Honik, P.C. has recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for victims of fraudulent advertising, marketing, and sales practices in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and across the United States. If a company’s deceptive marketing tactics has harmed you or someone you love, call us at (215) 278-4449 to get your case evaluated free of charge.

Types of Fraudulent & Deceptive Marketing

There are numerous ways that companies and manufacturers influence consumers fraudulently. These deceptive sales and advertising tactics are often hidden behind elaborate schemes, and by the time they are discovered, hundreds of thousands of consumers have been adversely affected. Types of fraudulent and deceptive marketing tactics include:

  • Deceptive advertising
  • Telemarketing fraud
  • Deceptive contract agreement
  • Inferior goods or services
  • Pyramid or Ponzi schemes
  • Loan and mortgage scams or fraud
  • Bait and switch tactics
  • Hidden costs

Consumer Fraud & Deceptive Marketing & Class Action Cases

Fraudulent marketing methods have been used to sell everything from extra products on credit cards to prescription pharmaceuticals to so-called "rapid refund" tax preparation offers. Because multiple individuals may be adversely affected by the deceitful marketing of a product or service, a consumer class action lawsuit is often the most effective means of pursuing compensation from those responsible.

Through class action lawsuits, individuals who have been harmed by a large corporation or manufacturer are able to band together to hold them accountable. Class action lawsuits are often the only way to prevent these large corporations from stalling and delaying litigation and avoiding accepting responsibility.

Holding Fraudulent Companies Responsible

Our consumer class action attorneys have decades of experience holding companies accountable for deceptive marketing and sales tactics that defraud and exploit consumers. We have successfully litigated a broad range of deceitful marketing and sales claims on behalf of consumers, including cases related to:

Whether the result of calculated misrepresentation or simple negligence, deceptive advertising, marketing, and sales methods can take a devastating toll on consumers. In severe cases, it can even cause financial ruin or permanent injuries.

Unfortunately, large corporations and manufacturers often have deep pockets and large legal teams on their side. They fight allegations of false advertising aggressively and even deny responsibility-even when the evidence is in front of them. As such, it is important to choose a consumer class action law firm with the skills and experience needed to take these large corporations to trial-and win.

Contact Our National Consumer Class Action Lawyers at (215) 278-4449

At Golomb & Honik, P.C., we have the skills and experience necessary to tackle even the most complex fraudulent marketing case. We fight aggressively for all our clients and to expose consumer fraud in America.

If you suffered physical or financial harm because of a product or service that you believe was deceptively advertised or sold, please contact our Philadelphia consumer class action attorneys for a no-cost case evaluation at (215) 278-4449. If you prefer, you can fill out a case evaluation form online to get started.