whalebone33 said: they should cancel them it was a MISTAKE..its like if the bank deposits 2 million clams in your account by mistake,,ITS NOT YOURS !! kind of and not ... this is a pricing system mistake and not an individual account. Just like if you went to the mall and bought a shirt that was priced at $1 but was supposed to be $10.
They will make it up with fees, I'm sure. sukimeps said: this is a pricing system mistake and not an individual account. Just like if you went to the mall and bought a shirt that was priced at $1 but was supposed to be $10.
At $1 for a t-shirt, one could possibly argue that there was ample consideration. At $0 for a plane ticket, I don't think so. If they honor it... great, good for them.
Pylos said: whalebone33 said: they should cancel them it was a MISTAKE..its like if the bank deposits 2 million clams in your account by mistake,,ITS NOT YOURS !!
It is if you make a withdraw. Then a bank's mistake becomes the bank's problem. Do you have definitive experience with that? I heard a case where bank double counted $1000 deposit, customer withdrew, bank later showed $1000 negative balance, made a few letter demands, closed the relationship and reported to Chexsystems
S182 said: This sounds to me like an "accidental" error that now EVERYONE is talking about. Nice marketing UA. I disagree; as they are honoring this one. The one from Avis earlier this year was the despicable one
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