First, because you are not meeting someone in real time, only through his profile, the opportunity for him to misrepresent himself is greater in the beginning.
Use a photo editing program to enhance the picture if necessary (cropping, sharpening, etc.) but try not to misrepresent the ring with too much retouching.
If they knowingly misrepresent a product as organic when it does not meet USDA standards, the farmer can be fined up to $10,000 for each violation.
The seller could send you a fake coin or misrepresent the coins in his collection, but by the time you realize it, he will already have your money.
Parents may misrepresent their ability to properly care for children or provide false information about the other parent in order to win custody.
Remind him that while having "friends" is a lot of fun, people can easily misrepresent who they are online.
Although it's uncommon for jewelry stores to misrepresent their items, it's better to be on the safe side.
Certain ring designs, though lovely, should be avoided for promise rings because they may misrepresent the commitment or set precedents that can be difficult to follow.
Certainly neither had been taught to misrepresent for their own profit.
The phrase was not Blaine's, but his opponents made use of it to misrepresent his attitude toward the Roman Catholics, large numbers of whom are supposed, in consequence, to have withdrawn their support.