I like going to the outlet stores in Massachusetts and other states, but I have a hard time buying some their pricing claims. What I'm talking about is when they have information on the price tag that invites the shopper to "compare at" this price or when the tag says something like "originally priced at." Is there any way to tell if this pricing is deceptive or accurate? Is there any law that forces outlet stores to tell the truth about discounts?
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