I meant to post this a few days ago... but there are levels of questionable behavior on the part of the consumer.
If I make a hierarchy, I think most of y'all would agree.
Customer walls into a store, pulls a gun, demands cash from the register, the safe, and a nifty fifty.
Customer going into a store, and slipping a lens into their bag and walking out.
Customer buying two lenses. And returning the cheaper lens in the more expensive lens box and getting the refund from a negligent or incompetent sales associate.
Using coupons for another product to receive a discounted lens.
Seeing a misprint and seeing if the retailer will honor the error.
Paying full retail price.... actually... that is a pretty bad transgression in my book... up there with the gun toting customer and the shop lifter.
... but the moral/ethical issue appears to still be in play.
It does? I also sent you a $10 coupon code by way of an apology for any disappointment caused - even though it states on our website that:
Terms & Conditions
Purchaser, by placing an order, makes an offer to purchase pursuant to these terms and conditions, which offer, if accepted by Adorama Camera, is accepted within the State of New York, .....Adorama.com is intended to be a guide only. Some item illustrations are for display purposes only, may not be exact, and are not necessarily included in the purchase price. Adorama is not responsible for typographical or pictorial errors, and specifications may change without notice.
hi all, just to say I think the guy was trying,to scam them.
however I don't agree that just by putting a general clause that a company should,be able to get,off Scott free.
is this,case there was one and one error so its a wash.
how ever if a copy puts a product up for the wrong price they should mot be able,to cancel there order because they made a mistake, sorry that's your business loss. That's why you have e&o insurance.
there is too much sorry not my fault these days.