not really. Everyone knew this was price error, and that that cancellations were basically guaranteed. Dont see why anyone would feel wronged in any way.
It's funny that you quoted me saying "nobody was wronged" and you're still making it seem like I said someone was wronged by this.. Hmm..
Read their online pricing policy again and you'll see how ridiculous this statement is.
I'm not talking about their legal mumbo jumbo, I'm talking about good business practice. At the very least they should issue an apology for a mistake they made and call it a day. Instead they are making it seem like there was an inventory issue.. for a game people are PRE-ordering. A game that isn't even out yet.
I didn't really expect them to honor any of their sales, but their "bed" should at least be admitting they made a mistake and that they have chosen to not honor the sales because it would cost them money. Crying "availability" is just dishonest and frustrating as a consumer.
What else is new?
This is what I'm talking about here. Like I said earlier, I didn't place an order on this thing. I didn't bother because I knew they would pull something like this. Either way, I don't have a horse in this race, so I don't get why some of the members here are rising up to defend poor little Walmart when all I said was they were kind of in the wrong here. They messed up, and it wasn't a little mistake either. Their mistake was up for hours and hours and now their brilliant solution is to say there's an availability issue? That is pretty dishonest. If they would at the very least just admit they were wrong, I'd be alright with it. But what do you know.. Walmart being Walmart again.
If you listed an item on Craigslist for $5.00 instead of $50.00, would you give everyone $5 that
contacts you requesting to buy it?
Not the same thing bub. If I list a single item I'm not entitled to give EVERYONE that item. That's retarded. We're talking about a corporation selling pre orders here, not 1 guy trying to sell 1 item.