The 2nd Offence: Misleading Omissions

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Mommy Onion learnt from the newspaper that Apparel XX was having a huge sale and that the price of down jackets was cut down to HK$299. She was attracted by the appealing sale.
Mommy Onion learnt from the newspaper that Apparel XX was having a huge sale and that the price of down jackets was cut down to HK$299. She was attracted by the appealing sale.
 
In Apparel XX, Mommy Onion saw a price board next to some down jackets stating “Clearance sale, down to HK$299,” and took one to the cash register for payment.
In Apparel XX, Mommy Onion saw a price board next to some down jackets stating “Clearance sale, down to HK$299,” and took one to the cash register for payment.
 
The cashier asked Mommy Onion for HK$599. Feeling puzzled, Mommy Onion pointed at the advertising banner above the rack and asked the cashier, “Isn’t it cut down to HK$299?”
The cashier asked Mommy Onion for HK$599. Feeling puzzled, Mommy Onion pointed at the advertising banner above the rack and asked the cashier, “Isn’t it cut down to HK$299?”
 
The cashier explained, “Miss, you can only enjoy the discount with single purchase of over HK$500. Otherwise, the down jacket will be sold at the regular price.” Mommy Onion was extremely upset and ended up not buying anything.
The cashier explained, “Miss, you can only enjoy the discount with single purchase of over HK$500. Otherwise, the down jacket will be sold at the regular price.” Mommy Onion was extremely upset and ended up not buying anything.