Consumer Blackalogue or Black Friday (and not Grand) Friday, which has been established in recent years in Greece, is approaching, although in some cases it has already begun.
Black Friday is a purely American idea that has been adopted by many other countries. They are the day following Thanksgiving (or Thanksgiving), which falls Thursday.
Black Friday marks the start of festive sales in all US stores, and is characterized by discounts and, of course, very high profits for traders. This is an institution that began in the 1960 decade from the US, and is about the last Friday of November of each year.
In recent years it has spread to many European countries, including: England, Germany, France, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Austria, Finland, Poland and of course Greece could not miss.
Friday was named black as a reference to the color of ink used by accountants to record the enormous profits of the festive season.
In the meantime, Black Friday is nothing but an advertising campaign and a method marketing followed by large and small businesses, or to better say those businesses that are financially capable of advertising.
Let's say that in addition to merchants, and internet fraudsters (reference below), a big share in the profit pie, goes to the media.
So we got another "custom" that aims at the money that is left in our pockets, after paying taxes and banks.
Although Black Friday is a relatively new phenomenon in Greece, domestic companies seem to have studied very well the tricks of foreign companies, which have been involved in the "sport" for years.
On that particular day, you will see a variety of other than kickboxing out of the shops: from misleading discounts to spam spamming to having your personal data stolen, or just your pocket.
According to Independent, half of Black Friday's offerings in Britain, especially for electrical items, are misleading, as product prices are little or no different from the day before.
On Black Friday we will see the well-known "one gift in both products" or "that you get 100", big titles on sites, ads and showcases that start with "Catch", "Incredible", "Shocking."
The main goal is to get the customer into the store, from then on, take over the salesman or even the showcase itself.
Black Friday or every Black Friday comes to reinforce the idea that everything is going well.
Good Black Friday, just think that you do not rule out catching traders κο