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Snow job


Deceptive sales tactic. Liar. Cunning deceiver. Refers to being covered with a thick blanket of snow so as not to notice a hidden agenda. Typically, it is used when a salesman makes exorbitant promises which may not be honored once a sale is finalized. (CompareĀ  to Take to the cleaners.)

“You paid that much for that car? Well, you got a real snow job.”

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