Over a year ago I checked out and even purchased a license for Spine.
At the time it had an offer from $99, to $69.
I didn't have plans to use it yet, but I placed the order at the time because I figured I'd catch the better price while I could.
The problem is since I bought it, it has always had that offer. Before, during, after, and still today, the pricing has statically been displayed as $99 crossed-out then $69 since before 2016.
While there is no deadline displayed for this pricing, it gives the impression to the user that it's a discount, but in reality it's an arbitrarily inflated price, struck out, with a normal price next to it.
My question is, is this form of pricing actually legally compliant?
If not, where could one report such behavior?
(Although I never used it and no longer need it, I'm not looking to get the money back. Just wondering on the legal side of it.)
I believe their organization is based in Washington, United States.
If relevant, within the license terms:
In "Governing Law", that any legal actions will be handled in California, or England and Wales if one is located in the EU.
Under "Trade Control Laws" it states that it is governed by the United States and international laws.