One problem many shoppers have in the marketplace is when products are advertised with a certain feature, only to be later found lacking said feature. This is called false advertisement, and there are numerous lawsuits involving this product advertising stipulation. Some products discretely mislead customers, but the products below are blatantly lying about what they have to offer.

I thought I was gettíng calcíum from chocolate mílk thís entíre tíme. I guess the calcíum technícally comes from the mílk, but stíll. Thanks for nothíng, chocolate syrup!

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