A new game has recently been released that was a part of the Steam Greenlight program. The game I speak of is Hero Siege.
Now, I'll admit the $9.99 price tag isn't a big deal, but the fact that the developer of this game posted that the game's price tag would be $5 upon release prior to it being Greenlit is a big deal.
They blatantly misinformed the Steam Community to get Greenlight votes for the game.http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/updates/182280302/1380484850
None of the update posts after this post was made mentioned there would be a price increase and the price increase was only revealed once the game was put on sale.
I don't know if this is common practice for Steam Greenlight games, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was or now will be.
Valve really needs to look into this matter. I thought Steam Greenlight was put in place to help indie developers get their games to market, but if the developers are only looking to screw over the Steam Community then it gives both Valve and indie developers a bad name.