Question of what happens if you are on a wait list...

pocketyee

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Feb 16, 2006
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I gave my cc# to secure a purchase on the wait list. The SA recommended this. Since they weren't getting the color I wanted, the SA said if I didn't want the bag then I would get a store credit. Do you think that is fair? Should I remove myself from the wait list? Now I'm regretting what I did. I DO STILL WANT THE BAG..:sad2: :love:

Maybe I'm getting buyers remorse:cry: :sad2:

I need some advice PLEASE....
 

Daisy

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Oct 18, 2005
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Jasanna: No, but it means that they charge your card once the bag comes in and then it's YOURS. But you can cancel before the bag comes in. At least at most places.... and you *should* be able to make a full return! I think the boutiques are a lot stricter with their return policies, another reason I prefer to buy from Saks, NM, or Nordstrom whenever possible.
 

jasanna143

I need more cowbell, baby
Dec 15, 2005
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Daisy said:
Jasanna: No, but it means that they charge your card once the bag comes in and then it's YOURS. But you can cancel before the bag comes in. At least at most places.... and you *should* be able to make a full return! I think the boutiques are a lot stricter with their return policies, another reason I prefer to buy from Saks, NM, or Nordstrom whenever possible.

Ok so pardon my ignorance, I want to take my name off a waiting list. I believe I'm on the corporate waiting list as well as the store waiting list in which I gave the store my cc#. I can call both of them and no charge will be on my cc and then that's that, right?
 

Noriko

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Sep 13, 2005
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I think its not fair at all. I always tell my SA not to ring anything up unless its something I definitely want (the exact one), if not I leave my CC # to show I am serious and then go to the boutique ASAP upon being called. I would not accept store credit only in that situation.
 
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pocketyee said:
I gave my cc# to secure a purchase on the wait list. The SA recommended this. Since they weren't getting the color I wanted, the SA said if I didn't want the bag then I would get a store credit. Do you think that is fair? Should I remove myself from the wait list? Now I'm regretting what I did. I DO STILL WANT THE BAG..:sad2: :love:

Maybe I'm getting buyers remorse:cry: :sad2:

I need some advice PLEASE....


absolutely not fair. come to think of it, is this allowed. they are not supposed to ring the purchase until it comes in. i would speajk to the manager and explain that while you would like to remain a loyal customer, you'd rather not have to worry with the possibility of ending with a store credit. good luck. it looks loke a great abg though:love:
 

SuLi

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Nov 1, 2005
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Noriko said:
I think its not fair at all. I always tell my SA not to ring anything up unless its something I definitely want (the exact one), if not I leave my CC # to show I am serious and then go to the boutique ASAP upon being called. I would not accept store credit only in that situation.

I agree with Noriko. It seems really unfair. I think you have to remember that you are the consumer, and don't let them take advantage of you. You can always go elsewhere for your business.
 
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