mis-sell

mis-sell

 (mĭs′sĕl′)
v. mis-sold (-sŏld′), mis-selling, mis-sells Chiefly British
v.tr.
To sell (a service or investment) to a customer in a deceitful or misleading way.
v.intr.
To engage in fraudulent sales practices.

mis-sell

vb (tr) , -sells, -selling or -sold
(Banking & Finance) to sell (a financial product that is inappropriate for the needs of the customer)

mis-sell


Past participle: mis-sold
Gerund: mis-selling

Imperative
mis-sell
mis-sell
Present
I mis-sell
you mis-sell
he/she/it mis-sells
we mis-sell
you mis-sell
they mis-sell
Preterite
I mis-sold
you mis-sold
he/she/it mis-sold
we mis-sold
you mis-sold
they mis-sold
Present Continuous
I am mis-selling
you are mis-selling
he/she/it is mis-selling
we are mis-selling
you are mis-selling
they are mis-selling
Present Perfect
I have mis-sold
you have mis-sold
he/she/it has mis-sold
we have mis-sold
you have mis-sold
they have mis-sold
Past Continuous
I was mis-selling
you were mis-selling
he/she/it was mis-selling
we were mis-selling
you were mis-selling
they were mis-selling
Past Perfect
I had mis-sold
you had mis-sold
he/she/it had mis-sold
we had mis-sold
you had mis-sold
they had mis-sold
Future
I will mis-sell
you will mis-sell
he/she/it will mis-sell
we will mis-sell
you will mis-sell
they will mis-sell
Future Perfect
I will have mis-sold
you will have mis-sold
he/she/it will have mis-sold
we will have mis-sold
you will have mis-sold
they will have mis-sold
Future Continuous
I will be mis-selling
you will be mis-selling
he/she/it will be mis-selling
we will be mis-selling
you will be mis-selling
they will be mis-selling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mis-selling
you have been mis-selling
he/she/it has been mis-selling
we have been mis-selling
you have been mis-selling
they have been mis-selling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mis-selling
you will have been mis-selling
he/she/it will have been mis-selling
we will have been mis-selling
you will have been mis-selling
they will have been mis-selling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mis-selling
you had been mis-selling
he/she/it had been mis-selling
we had been mis-selling
you had been mis-selling
they had been mis-selling
Conditional
I would mis-sell
you would mis-sell
he/she/it would mis-sell
we would mis-sell
you would mis-sell
they would mis-sell
Past Conditional
I would have mis-sold
you would have mis-sold
he/she/it would have mis-sold
we would have mis-sold
you would have mis-sold
they would have mis-sold
Translations

mis-sell

[ˌmɪsˈsɛl] vt [+ pension, insurance] → vendre de façon abusive
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References in periodicals archive ?
A senior Reserve Bank of India official has said that huge incentives had encouraged staff at many banks to mis-sell financial products.
Global Banking News-June 29, 2016--Indian central bank asks banks not to mis-sell insurance
The Indian central bank has called on commercial banks in the nation not to mis-sell insurance.
However, it found no evidence that E.ON's senior management set out to deliberately mis-sell to customers.
FINES for firms which mis-sell financial products to consumers and individuals guilty of insider trading could treble under a new crackdown, the City watchdog said yesterday.
The development came shortly after the FSA announced that it will look to introduce new rules if the sector does not address the use of incentive schemes, which it said were driving staff to mis-sell products to receive a bonus.
Most of the incentive schemes we looked at were likely to drive people to mis-sell in order to meet targets and receive a bonus, and these risks were not being properly managed."
Nobody has gone after members of the Thatcher Government who lavished taxpayers' money on the disgraceful ad campaign that made personal pensions a doddle to mis-sell.