Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Bought "ESET Multi-Device Security" from Amazon. Not really anything "multi" about it, as "1 device, 1 year" is clearly labeled on the box. What nonsense is this? You've reduced a "multi" product to the regular ESET Smart Security. Almost an oxymoron.
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Online ticket-booking websites like Cleartrip, BookMyShow, MakeMyTrip, Yatra.com, etc., deceptively and covertly add some sort of "convenience fee" at the last step
They don't reveal these rather significant charges, and if they do, it's in such a small-sized print placed at such an awkward place that it's hardly visible amd hence doesn't qualify as "we fully informed all customers". These websites non-insignificantly increase your switching cost by first making you go through the entire booking process, including filling names, details, etc., and only after one has "invested" a significant amount of time/energy and is thus more "committed". They know that one is significantly less likely to abandon booking [upon seeing the onerous "convenience" charges in the end] once one has spent a great deal of time/energy on filling forms, etc. That's the psychology they exploit. Their revenues/profits aren't based on only delivering real value to their customers. Part of it also comes from pure deception and nefarious psychological tricks.
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Luminous has deceptively given model numbers to its inverters which inflate the perceived VA ratings
Such psycho-tricks/psycho-deceptions should be strictly banned and companies should be heavily fined for resorting to such cheap tricks.
Monday, January 30, 2017
Audi has deceptively named the model numbers of its Q3 cars, making it look like there's a 3.5 liter engine inside
It's clear to everyone that when a model number of a luxury car is "35 TDI Premium", it means there's a 3.5 liter engine inside. Not in the Audi Q3, where there's just a 2 liter engine inside. Quite deceptive!