In the continuum between monopoly and perfect competition Oligopoly has raised its dreadful form to the detriment of the consumer. This is the situation where a few sellers, usually three or four, control the supply side and influence the customer to accept their product or service along with the price they dictate. What is not so obvious is that they also force their supply chain to accept this dictatorial attitude to get the best prices and terms. The beauty of this entire operation is that both consumers as well as the supply chain consider the oligopoly as their benefactor and willingly subscribe to their ideology. Even the state is fooled by them into the false thinking that they contribute positively to the economy by providing huge job opportunity and creating excellent platforms for increasing efficiency and quality. But the fact is that an oligopoly is exploitative although it appears to be benign. and when it hurts it is often too late to help the stakeholders.