A month ago I told my SA at Neiman Marcus that I was looking for a Chanel black baby cabas...she said that there were 20 coming in to the store and that they would be arriving soon...and she pretty much guaranteed that I would get one. Well, she calls me yesterday and left me a message saying that it's "next to impossible" to get a baby cabas, and that the waiting list is in the hundreds. She then went on to say that I have a 5% chance of getting one. Then she proceeds to say that a new Chanel bag has come in, she thinks I would like it, and proceeds to charge it on my credit card to reserve it for me, without my permission!! WTH!!! I guess this is standard operating procedure for limited pieces that come in, and I would understand if she did this for a bag that I specifically asked for. But i never saw this bag, and don't even know what it is...it's not the bag I asked for! She's done this before too...I asked her if she could keep her eye out for a Balenciaga in a past season color that might come in as a return...2 weeks later, I get a call from her that she had a bag for me that "wasn't the color, but very similar" and charged it on my card! I came in to look at it, thanked her for her troubles, but told her I didn't want it. I appreciate that she goes out of her way to secure bags for me, but I don't like that she charges bags that I DON'T want on my card without my permission. Am I wrong to feel this way?