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  1. #41  
    Quote Originally Posted by barkerja View Post
    If I mis-interpreted your post, I apologize. But I fail to see how this is a "bait and switch".
    Check out the original Sprint offer. It shows an attractive and high-end case. What they deliver is apparently a piece of garbage that is nothing like the case they bait your with. That is the essence of bait and switch.
  2. #42  
    Quote Originally Posted by dandbj13 View Post
    Check out the original Sprint offer. It shows an attractive and high-end case. What they deliver is apparently a piece of garbage that is nothing like the case they bait your with. That is the essence of bait and switch.
    Couldn't this fall under false advertisement?
  3. #43  
    Offer one deal to get the customer in the store: bait. When they arrive, claim that deal is no longer available and pressure them into something more expensive or of less quality: switch.

    False advertising works too, as it seems they never had the model they were advertising and signed people up with a teaser they probably never even manufactured. Either way, you can't fault anyone for labeling them the dirt bags that they are.
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    Since Apple does the adverts for the iPhone, if Sprint had the iPhone the money they raked in from those sales could have gone to making better Palm commericals.
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