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Allen Edmonds Men's Nathan Dress Shoes (black, burgundy, walnut) EXPIRED

510kut 126 July 3, 2013 at 09:28 AM in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (4) More Jos A Bank Deals
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Promoted 07-03-2013 at 10:02 AM View Original Post
JosABank.com has Allen Edmonds Men's Nathan Dress Shoes (black, burgundy, walnut) on sale for $39.98. Save an additional $15 off orders $100+ with promotion code CJJULY. Shipping starts at $15.45, ship to store may also be available for $6.50. Thanks 510kut

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Edited July 4, 2013 at 07:42 AM by BostonGirl
Credit goes to gtg441w at styleforum

Save $15 off $100 + with code CJJULY
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Quote from PiggyP View Post :
I've been on Slickdeals for around 6 years actually. I didn't register until 4 years ago, Then recently lost my email and just made a new account.

Even IF I were as new as my stats say? Everyone KNOWS you don't call in, and especially to escalate it to the VP to get it shut down?

And since when does being around a place for a long time equate to being smarter or better? I know of a lot of people on forums and in coffee shops that have been there a long time and no one likes them.

All in all, I think it's safe to completely dismiss your post as ignorant.
If my post was ignorant, guess what, I was only following your lead. Facepalm
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Quote from Pirendeus View Post :
Cool story, bro. Let me know when you get into your Contracts II class. Hell, just let me know when you get to page 2 of Emanuel's Contracts and we can discuss how the law actually works.
Well it was almost 10 years ago and hundreds of contracts written since then. But if you'd like to give your scholarly opinion, feel free. I think you read too much into my post--the main point being that a purchaser in such a situation has colorable legal arguments. Am I going to go file a case for a pair of shoes? No, but when a seller continues to advertise a price after charging me, and routinely runs 75-80% off sales, I don't think I'm unreasonable in expecting the seller to honor the price. And I do expect the seller to do something from a customer service perspective for someone who's spent $1000+ with them over the years.

As far as how the law "actually" works, I've seen many more doubtful claims succeed. Much can be gained in the jury system by having a skillful advocate.
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If I hadn't spoken to the VP of "web services" do you have any idea how much money this company would have lost? Thousands if not tens of thousands of dollars. In this economy a company like JAB simply cannot sustain that kind of a loss... given their horrible prices, poor marketing and lack of client base. So basically I saved this company from going bankrupt and/or Mr. Joseph having to flee the country with the boards money. What have you accomplished with your week?
If I were you, I'd call up JAB asking for your reward for that kind act.
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Quote from kovy View Post :
If I hadn't spoken to the VP of "web services" do you have any idea how much money this company would have lost? Thousands if not tens of thousands of dollars. In this economy a company like JAB simply cannot sustain that kind of a loss... given their horrible prices, poor marketing and lack of client base. So basically I saved this company from going bankrupt and/or Mr. Joseph having to flee the country with the boards money. What have you accomplished with your week?
BEST.POST.EVER

bar none, any forum. You may have single handedly saved the world economy with this call. First JOSB goes to $0, then the dollar collapses, chaos in the streets, grocery stores get raided, in come the zombies. ALL BECAUSE OF A PRICE MISTAKE ON MEN'S SHOES!!!!
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Quote from elsaball View Post :
If I were you, I'd call up JAB asking for your reward for that kind act.
Being a good person is the best reward... except for sex... that's a much much better reward.
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Quote from uofalawgrad View Post :
Well it was almost 10 years ago and hundreds of contracts written since then. But if you'd like to give your scholarly opinion, feel free. I think you read too much into my post--the main point being that a purchaser in such a situation has colorable legal arguments. Am I going to go file a case for a pair of shoes? No, but when a seller continues to advertise a price after charging me, and routinely runs 75-80% off sales, I don't think I'm unreasonable in expecting the seller to honor the price. And I do expect the seller to do something from a customer service perspective for someone who's spent $1000+ with them over the years.

As far as how the law "actually" works, I've seen many more doubtful claims succeed. Much can be gained in the jury system by having a skillful advocate.
If youre implying that youre a contract attorney, then your state's bar examiners need to make the bar more difficult.And if you seriously think the judicial system works as you suppose, then you've never set foot inside of a courtroom. Its like taking a kindergartner who got an A in coloring and making them take the SAT. Sure, they've got the basics, but thats not enough to do anything in the adult world.
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#472
So there's a kiddie world and an adult world? Interesting
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Quote from Pirendeus View Post :
If youre implying that youre a contract attorney, then your state's bar examiners need to make the bar more difficult.And if you seriously think the judicial system works as you suppose, then you've never set foot inside of a courtroom. Its like taking a kindergartner who got an A in coloring and making them take the SAT. Sure, they've got the basics, but thats not enough to do anything in the adult world.
Well played, Mr. Troll. I now recognize your use of ad hominem statements as a mask for dearth of knowledge and experience. Given your resort to such base rhetorical devices, I have serious doubts about your advocacy ability. Maybe your time is better spent providing factoids on daily legal history.

I will now retire in awe of your mastery of the internets and superior command of Internet forum discourse. Happy trolling.
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Quote from kyotuosa View Post :
Don't wear leathersole when it rains. Problem solved
I would bet it isn't common on $600+ shoes
I have a few VASS shoes ($700 and up). Save for the first two which I bought new from their store, all of them have sunken metal toppy. To top it all, I wear leather soled shoes when it rains.
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Quote from bonggoy View Post :
I have a few VASS shoes ($700 and up). Save for the first two which I bought new from their store, all of them have sunken metal toppy. To top it all, I wear leather soled shoes when it rains.
You quoted me for?

btw, do you mean metal taps rather than toppy?
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Quote from uofalawgrad View Post :
Well played, Mr. Troll. I now recognize your use of ad hominem statements as a mask for dearth of knowledge and experience. Given your resort to such base rhetorical devices, I have serious doubts about your advocacy ability. Maybe your time is better spent providing factoids on daily legal history.

I will now retire in awe of your mastery of the internets and superior command of Internet forum discourse. Happy trolling.
Yeah, sorry, i just cant take people seriously when they say they could sue for this because it wasnt really a price mistake. See you in court, (hopefully), counselor.
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#478
Anyone else get charged on their credit card?
I don't know what to hope for, that the holiday weekend is causing a credit card delay, or that the shoes are actually going to ship.
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#479
does anyone actually receive these shoes? (prefer the smart gentleman who price match in store)
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