100% yes. Most advertisements and advertisers make totally false claims which is far from reality. And they call it creativity. It is nothing but lying and society has grown to accept it.If the strict definition of "cheating" is taken, as is commonly defined in most countries across the world, then most advertisers and the companies would have to be put behindbars for the offence.A great many of the statements that advertisers make are not literally true. Our chocolate is out of this world, it is so delightful that you will forget all your problems and feel like you have gone to heaven. In most countries, actually lying in an advertisement is illegal. The art of the sale is not in lying, but in manipulating the truth to make it sound like you actually need a product you don't. There is a law against false advertising but people are hardly ever prosecuted for it because it is so easy to get around it. we are constantly being bombarded with advertisements that fill our minds with falsities throughout every day of our lives. Advertising is all glitter and little truth. Favour
The stars prmoting the product most of the time dont take its responsibility moreoverthey not even use the product. •
Advertisers have to depict what the customers like, enjoy keeping in mind the clientsrequirements. •
As the products increase and so the ads, glitter is a way to ensure brand recall, avery important factor for the advertising firms. •
Most of the time compnies over showcase there product qualities which is not fair. •
There are lot of examples like a person eat a chewgum and become so cool that girlsstart following him or take example of a famous perfume where if guys use thatperfume girls start running behind them all these are totally fake.