Originally Posted by Hogwasher
Originally Posted by losttsol
So nickt1862, you think it's OK for companies to advertise one thing and then give you another? Do you know there are laws against that? What's the difference between an internet ad and if a door to door computer case salesman showed me a brochure for the case they are selling? I paid my money for what was in the description. Now I am going through the process of waiting for said item. If I don't receive said item, that to me is a bait and switch. In the mean time, Walmart can make interest off of my $20 for a product I bought that they don't carry. I cannot make interest on that money, because I don't have it anymore. Do you see the problem here? Just because you are conditioned to believe that big corporations should be allowed to do as they wish with no consequences, some of us don't feel that way.
I think he is just stuck on the fact that there was no chance you'd get the case because it hasn't been released yet.
I for one think if I can find a way to stick it to a multi billion dollar company that practices some questionable business practices I will.
I for one agree with you, if you advertise something and sale something different there should be some sort of consequence.
For this situation I think a $10 credit is fair for my inconvenience
If that item was a stated advanced order I'd buy what you said.
They offered a $10 credit for their mistake. So everyone should be "content" enough.
I dislike big corporations and many of which are cut-throats.
I think what happened here is that some inept person who wasn't detail oriented posted a wrong photo as like many of the inept phone customer service people at that company stating one thing when it's something totally different. I blame the company head-honchos who don't give a hoot - so now they paid for that by offering a $10.00 credit.
I'd like to see someone here who'd contact the president of Walmart and demand this case which was photo advertised be sent when it's available.