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post #31 of 60
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Originally Posted by texasmade10 View Post

. That still does not negate the fact that they system DID allow me to purchase all of those shirts at that price.
So what? You consciously tricked their system. You haven't been wronged here.
post #32 of 60
Post Deleted. My sincerest apologies if I offended anyone.
Edited by BLU8 - 3/23/12 at 2:01pm
post #33 of 60
Eli you silly goose.
Edited by gort - 3/23/12 at 1:43pm
post #34 of 60
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Originally Posted by BLU8 View Post

For those of you who have Facebook, you can join the discussion between the OP & Charles Tyrwhitt on the CT Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/CharlesTyrwhitt/posts/326930477360086

Someone should email OPs boss and let them know what this fellow is doing on a Friday afternoon instead of working.
post #35 of 60
I disagree with the OP, but posting his facebook info is a little too far IMO.
post #36 of 60
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I think you should allow all your customers to use the multiple offers that they placed in your system. If you want my feedback here it is - make good by all your orders that were placed and gain new clients that otherwise you would not have had."



I dont think CT is missing out on much, losing this man as a client.
post #37 of 60
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

I disagree with the OP, but posting his facebook info is a little too far IMO.



I agree.  Leave the man and his employer alone.

 

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post #39 of 60
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Originally Posted by texasmade10 View Post

I did not hide anything. I used 1 different card for 1 separate order for a gift. 7 shirts with the same address and card. This is most def a situation where the company listed an incorrect price. If you cant get a certain deal combined or used more than once it is not hard to make your website promotion do that. After they noticed the mistake it was corrected hence the mistake. Simple logic. If it was not a mistake it should still be working.

Remember the first rule of holes, when you are in one, stop digging. The more you talk, the deeper you go. You tried to scam the company and got caught. Suck it up bud and quite complaining.
post #40 of 60
Wow...OP posted on FB...what a dick especially since he was(and is) trying to game CT....


Back in 2006, I booked a trip to Cairo using Expedia or Travelocity(I forget.) I only booked my hotel...Cairo Marriott for appr 6 days(got the airline tkts directly from Egypt Air.) I was online booking one morning, and the charge for the 6 days came to less than $100 TOTAL FOR 6 DAYS. My printer was messed up so I call a friend, walk him through booking the hotel and give him my credit card and he says, yep, <$100(forget the exact amt.) He booked it and printed it out for me with a confirmation number.......

When I was checking out after my trip, I was actually expecting them to catch it and charge me.....and then when I got home, I was waiting for an adjustment...Never happened.....But if they caught it, I would have paid...after asking them to honor it.......

Lesson is....i'm not a dick!
post #41 of 60
I gotta say, I think the OP should make a point of never, ever shopping at CT again.

Mostly because some customers aren't worth it.
post #42 of 60
OP thought he was gonna start an Occupy CT movement!

SIKE!!!
post #43 of 60
As a business owner, Im glad the company caught this before they were taken advantage of.
post #44 of 60
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

I disagree with the OP, but posting his facebook info is a little too far IMO.

Funny though.
post #45 of 60

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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post

Lesson is....i'm not a dick!


And much better off for it.

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