A couple of months ago, I came to Dallas from out of state and purchased a $200+ rice cooker from KOMart home goods/small appliance store. I explained to the salesperson (young man) that I was from out-of-state, looking to purchase a rice cooker for my mom because hers was causing problems. He sold me a gasket that would fix her problem, but I decided to buy a rice cooker while I was there because finding a large selection of rice cookers in Oklahoma is not so easy. The rice cooker he showed me ticked all my boxes, and he went into detail about the 1 year warranty. After the purchase, he folded the receipt and taped it to the box in a manner where I could not read anything printed on it – especially the fine print. He said I should leave it taped to the box and keep the box so that if I had a warranty issue, it could be addressed. He never mentioned that the receipt warned about a three day return policy. Of course, had I known about the three day return policy, I may have not been so quick to purchase the product. The gasket did fix my mom’s problem, and I never even opened the box for the rice cooker. It sat in my spare room until the next time I had a chance to go to Dallas (military TDYs mostly kept me from going sooner). Granted, it was two months, but the box was in perfect condition. They had three in stock, so it is obviously an item they keep in stock and could easily resell. It is not like it was on sale when I purchased it or at the time I tried to return it… They detached the receipt from the box and just flat refused to refund the item – citing the three day return policy that was on the receipt the salesperson had taped to the box that I could not read. They didn’t offer a store credit, they did not offer to take the item if I paid a restock fee – nothing. All I got was a – “Sorry I didn’t tell you about the return policy. Its just that nobody ever returns these.” Now, I’m stuck with a rice cooker I have no use for.I implore anybody reading this review to not shop at Komart. Not only I never go back, I will never shop at any of the stores in the same shopping center because business owners tend to locate their businesses with other businesses of like-minded owners. From now on, I will be an H Mart girl. Please, let these business owners know that this type of customer service is unacceptable and give your hard-earned money to people who will stand behind doing the right thing.
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This could be seen as the final stage of decay of the old one-price system. What’s replacing it is something that most closely resembles high-frequency trading on Wall Street. Prices are never “set” to begin with in this new world. They can fluctuate hour to hour and even minute to minute—a phenomenon familiar to anyone who has put something in his Amazon cart and been alerted to price changes while it sat there. A website called camelcamelcamel.com even tracks Amazon prices for specific products and alerts consumers when a price drops below a preset threshold. The price history for any given item—Classic Twister, for example—looks almost exactly like a stock chart. And as with financial markets, flash glitches happen. In 2011, Peter A. Lawrence’s The Making of a Fly (paperback edition) was briefly available on Amazon for $23,698,655.93, thanks to an algorithmic price war between two third-party sellers that had run amok. To understand what happened, it seemed sensible to talk to the man who helped develop the software they were using.
If the marketplace was a war between buyers and sellers, the 19th-century French sociologist Gabriel Tarde wrote, then price was a truce. And the practice of setting a fixed price for a good or a service—which took hold in the 1860s—meant, in effect, a cessation of the perpetual state of hostility known as haggling.
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The off-price arm of the upscale Nordstrom store, Nordstrom Rack offers designer clothing at deep discounts. They have two locations that are convenient for visitors to the city — one in Downtown Brooklyn and the other in Union Square. They have a vast array of merchandise in both stores, including accessories and shoes as well as clothing and handbags. They carry merchandise for both children and adults.
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Never pay full price for a gift card again. CardCash and Gift Card Granny sell merchants’ gift cards for less than face value. They’ll also buy gift cards you don’t want (for 80% to 90% of the card’s value).
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At least, in my case it was. When I saw ‘XW – Medium’, as the shoe size, I expected a ‘2D’ or possibly an ‘E’, but never in my wildest dreams did I expect to receive a ‘3E’ !!! I had a quarter inch clearance on each side! My feet are wide, but these are way out of my league! The ad on these is a little tricky. I gave them 3 stars because of construction and appearance. They are a sturdy shoe suitable for walking, except in my case, even with the wider width, the high side cut into my ankle. A bit uncomfortable. These are ‘extra wide’ alright, but ‘True Fit’ is out the window!