For various reasons, I want to cancel $190 gift card I bought 2 days
earlier. They won't/ can't do it. They called corporate(?) I'm
guessing, and were turned down. The only thing I could find in writing
is the line (on the back of the card) "not redeemable for cash." I
don't want cash, I just want to cancel the damn thing. The only thing
that might have legs is the fact that they rounded the price up $5 w/o
informing me. I noticed the discrepancy when the service plus tax
didn't add up. They told me as much on the phone. Do I have any
standing here? What happens if I refuse the charge on my CC?
I was gonna Zeibart my Integra?
p.s. Do you work at being rude, or does it just come naturally?
p.ps. If you are not from around here and didn't know that Zeibart did
auto related service(mybad) then maybe you should have replied in
alt.shotmymouthoffw/oknowing whatiwuztalking about.duhhh.
On 12/19/05 4:34 PM, in article
firstname.lastname@example.org, "finding z0"
I suppose it comes down to the strength of the consumer protection laws in
your state as to whether you can force them to take it back/refund it. If
your credit card company will cooperate with you and refuse the charge, that
should help get their attention & they might take it back.
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