When signing up for a SkyID, the check box next to “Sky may contact you about products and services you may like” infers that a ticked box means you will get offers, but it then goes on to say “unless you click to opt out”. But where do I click to opt out? By ticking… Read more »
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Active.com is a service that allows you to find and participate in sporting events. At the end of your purchase, you verify the contents of your cart, agree to various terms, and enter your billing information. At this point they display a screen containing fine print. In this fine print is a statement that you… Read more »
In the screengrab above, you can see Bravofly are hiding their marketing email opt-in within their Terms & Conditions.
The almost totally invisible checkbox is “set bing my default search engine”. What do you think – purposeful dark pattern or just a layout bug?
Tricking the user to get him tick at least one of the two boxes to send commercial offers. In order to opt out: First checkbox: ticked Second checkbox: unticked
Capital One does this when you first sign into their website to check your credit card balance. Suddenly, a physical bill will no longer come to your door, and you are expected to figure out when to pay your bill next on their website. When you figure out that you are no longer receiving a… Read more »