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From Longman Business Dictionarymis-sellˌmis-ˈsell (also missell) verb [transitive]COMMERCE to sell something that is unsuitable for the person buying itHalf a million people were missold a personal pension, many being wrongly advised to leave company pension schemes.mis-selling noun [uncountable]the mis-selling of time-share apartments
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