Thu, February 20, 2003
Why are these ads always misprinted with the price too low? How come they never advertise a stereo system for $100s more than the sale price and then give the consumer a discount? I'll bet if we ask the printing company, they would claim that they printed the exact information circuit city sent them. Circuit City should be required to produce the medium they sent to the printing company so the consumer can do a side by side comparison of what was sent to the printing company and what was actually printed.
Tue, February 11, 2003
Come on dude, an accident is an accident. Like you have never made a typo before. wutever company CC uses to print there newspaper ads made a frakin typo, you know the "2" IS right next to the "3" mistakes happen and it seem like it wasnt noticed untill after they were distributed, so of couse they would put a notice in the store. Mabey the guy shoulda CALLED the CC to verify if the ad was correct if it sounded TOO GOOD to be true. I know even Sprint, and other Big name companies have made the same mistakes.. If you RAN a big company too instead of some website just to complan about eveything in the world. youd probably run into the same problems.
Tue, December 24, 2002
These advertisements are designed to dupe customers into coming to your store under false pretenses.
How many misprints does it take a year to fire these so called companies with no relation to Circuit City; hmmmmmm?
Don't you dare attempt to shuffle step for the Executives, unless you are sleeping with one and he (or she) told you to do so. Then have the integrity to come clean, (so to speak).
Also, click on the Circuit City link, see all the Rip-off Reports on your employer? How do you respond to all the other scams consumers say they pull on them?
Mon, December 23, 2002
I have worked at Circuit city for many many years. Ocassionally there are misprints in our weekly circulars. These are above and beyond the control of Circuit City, as these are printed by companies with no relation to Circuit City. We do our best to accommodate our customers. This includes posting the ad retraction in the lobby of the store, and also offering a comparable item at a comparable price. Of course this will not satisfy ALL of the customers, including those who are unreasonable and do not know how to listen/understand, but overall this has kept our customer service levels at considerably high ratings.