Deceptive advertising (also known as Video Fraud) is a controversial bait-and-switch act of using polished YouTube thumbnails, misleading titles or other to lure users into a Youtuber's place when the videos itself is often unrelated
Typographical error titles
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An example used making fake thumbnails with photoeditor and/or screenshot photos at YouTube, in order to grab a YouTube user's attention.
On computers these types of YouTube videos will have links in the description containing viruses and trojan horse, users then proceed clicking the dislike button.
minecraft click bait
also another click bait videos game minecraft has used title saying 'do not play minecraft pe at 3:00 am!' when YouTubers clicking to watch video
click bait videos
the user is uploading click bait videos to when YouTuber garnering money and subscribers
The YouTuber uses a misleading title to grab a user's attention and get views when the actual title is not related to the video.
The YouTuber uses a misleading thumbnail to grab a user's attention and trick them into thinking the actual content is in the video.
Fake Full Movies
The users use fake full movies with link in description and screen, they other users can't find movie to watch.
Fake credit cards
Users who upload videos containing fake credit cards. the fake credit cards don't work correctly
YouTubers who create tutorials in their videos to trick viewers into thinking they work but they actually don't.