"It's better to keep your mouth shut and appear to be a simpleton than open it and remove all doubt."
So, let me dumb it down for you:
If you agreed to buy a Porsche from me for $50,000 and I knew (at the time I was advertising the sale of a Porsche) that I was going to be delivering a Yugo, I would be committing fraud - regardless of what after the fact "discount" I offered you once the sale had been completed and I had taken your money (and only after being threatened with a lawsuit).
ATLUTD acted in bad faith, tarnished its brand and damaged its relationship with fledging fans. Apparently, some people (like you) don't mind being lied to.
Thus the expression, a fool and his money are soon parted.
Ok let me lay this out for you then because you always seem to ignore the fact that there could be any reason for the change other than your own assumptions. (there's an old saying about assuming things isn't there?)
The team collected funds with full intention of a backloaded home schedule. That's what they publicly announced, so that is what we're going to accept as fact here. A new coach comes in and most likely pushes a second option of having a balanced schedule, so the team agrees to this in order to benefit the product on the field and allow for fans to see the team at home sooner than expected. The team comes out and says "oops, plans have changed, we realize this pisses you off, so here's something in return".
That's not fraud, that's negotiating the waters of being the little brother in a bigger organization that's just starting out. But you apparently want to continue to not look at the whole picture from all sides.