Company made a price mistake, and shipped my orders. They've now billed me at full price without authorization...(resolved, for now...)
Moral ethics aside - on what grounds does the company have to ask for the items back? What rules are in place to protect me in these situations? I know that keeping the stuff is morally wrong - I didn't hack their systems and change their pricing - but I sure would love to be able to keep the items (I actually needed to everything too, and was planning to give some away to family if it shipped).
(Lastly, as a side note, this isn't some tiny small business that made the mistake - it's a big multi-billion dollar behemoth that a good number of us here in the US use every single day.)
the company is one of the 4 major US cell phone providers in the US, and it's not T-mo or Sprint...