Promoting materialism, Marketing Management

Advertising is frequently criticized for its excessive persuasiveness. It creates unnecessary want for the products which buyers don't need or can't afford. Occasionally by promoting attractive schemes buyers are lured to buy the product but later they realize that they aren't in the position to pay the instalments. It causes frustration and loss of peace of mind.

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