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View Poll Results: What would YOU do?
Keep it. 17 39.53%
$1500 4 9.30%
$800, Kickback. 1 2.33%
$800, Thank you. 21 48.84%
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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 04-18-2008, 11:52 PM Thread Starter
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I'm kicking myself, and a poll for you guys.

..figuratively.

I went down to the local bicycle shop today after work, real good local people who know their stuff and have prices as good or better than I could on the net. I went in for an $800 bike, and am just now finding out after some research online that they sold me a $1500 bike for $800. It's the same model, but I was only willing to spend for the "base" model, and I got the Competition model. Kinda like if you went to the ford dealer for a mustang v6, and drove away in a GT500 for $25K. It was labeled correct, but priced wrong. One person made the mistake, and no less than three others didn't catch it.

I thought about keeping it for a few minutes, but decided that not only do I not feel right about it, but the Competition version is probably going to be a lot less reliable due to having a lot of lightweight parts, from the thin chain to the cassette (rear gears) being drilled out, to the wheels having nearly half the spokes.

Here's why I'm kicking myself: I wanted to start riding this weekend, but since I decided to take the bike back, I also don't feel right riding it knowing it's going back.

Finally to the poll! Please vote for what YOU would do. Names will be hidden.

Keep it (Assume you wanted a competition bike)
$1500 (Try to return at $1500, buy $800 bike)
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So, you got a good deal, whats the problem? Honestly it's probably a better bike...I would assume that those parts are built to take more of a beating...on a bike lightweight isn't necessarily worse...
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Are you sure it wasn't a close-out model? We're selling the Pioneer Elite plasma Pro-1150 for $2300 down from $3500. A guy I work with got the employee cost of $1600. We bought them cheap and still mark them up. I wouldn't worry about it. If nothing else, sell it on Craigslist and get your $800 bike.

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imo.. sell it for $1500 and build you own bike for half that.. its not that hard and that way you KNOW what you put into it..

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Keep it, or I will come up there and smack you for doing the other things....

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I voted $800 - Thank you because you mentioned this. "real good local people" How could you do otherwise in good conscience?

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Keep it, their mistake not yours. It's their job to sell bicycles, and probably parts. If they don't know the proper price of a product, then that is their fault. You didn't do anything but buy a bike at the price they were selling it.

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Their a bike shop, they know bikes, so they knew what they were selling if it went through 3 people.

Keep it and enjoy it, unless you'd rather have the $800 bike. If anything, the higher end bikes and components are more durable. Unless you're a clydesdale, you should be fine with the lighter wheels.

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I voted $800 - Thank you because you mentioned this. "real good local people" How could you do otherwise in good conscience?

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Take it back and tell them the mistake. They may just tell you to keep it and then you can enjoy it in good conscience. Do the right thing.

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One time I was in a convenience store and I bought a soda and something else, it came out to about $4. I handed the girl at the register a $10, and she accidentally hit $20 on the register instead of $10. She hands me back $16, and I say "you gave me too much money" and hand the $10 back. She says "no I didn't, see, it says $16", to which I say "but I only handed you a $10, not a $20", and she says "but it says $16 on the register so if I take that $10 back, it will be off". At this point I say "OK" and walk out the door, having made $10 on her stupidity. I would have felt bad about it, if I didn't say anything, because it could be an honest mistake, and I don't want someone getting in trouble needlessly, much less profit off of it, but when they are stupid and beligerent, then that's the owner's loss for not hiring smarter people. Where you are at right now is you have just been handed back $16, and you haven't said anything yet. To be fair to the shop, you have to at least give them the opportunity to fix their mistake. If you explain to them what happened and the differences and everything, and for some reason they refuse to admit that they made a mistake, then you can say "screw it, I tried, they should have hired smarter people" and not feel bad about it, but I would at least do that before effectively ripping off the local shop for $700. That's the way I see it anyway.

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I agree with Mad!! I've gotten too much change, told the cashier and got the same reaction as Mad did. I'll try to correct their mistake, but I'm not about to fight them over it.

The funny thing is, they're so used to people trying to confuse them into being cheated, they can't get it through their head what you're trying to tell them it seems.

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Do what you would want done to you.

Do what it seems most don't know what to do.

Do the right thing

$800 and thank you.

No offense, but I would not have thought twice about something like this.

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I'd ride it this weekend; If you must, go by the shop, and talk to them.

Tell them that you think the bike is worth more than you paid for it.

See if they made a mistake, and sold you the wrong bike, or gave you a great deal. If you are someone that brings them business, maybe the owner did it on purpose. Sometimes Karma rewards instead of punishes...

See where it goes. You have done nothing wrong; best case, they can ask to buy it back for what you paid. A judge would laugh at this, if they tried to make trouble.

You paid for a bike; I'd ride it. As long as you didn't swap the price tags, it's not your problem; if the invoice has the model number and serial number of what you actually bought, it's yours, Legally.


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What kinda bike was it, anyway? BMX? Mountain bike? Road bike?
Road bike. I still have a mountain bike from 8 years ago.

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No offense, but I would not have thought twice about something like this.

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The way I thought about it was "How will this make me feel about myself?". I had already decided what I was going to do before posting. I was just interested to see what others would do.




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What make? Just wondering 'cause we have a bunch of road bikes sitting around my house (my dad's big into that stuff). I never really got into the sport, but my dad has a spare bike around that's supposed to be mine.

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I'd ride it this weekend; If you must, go by the shop, and talk to them.

Tell them that you think the bike is worth more than you paid for it.

See if they made a mistake, and sold you the wrong bike, or gave you a great deal. If you are someone that brings them business, maybe the owner did it on purpose. Sometimes Karma rewards instead of punishes...

See where it goes. You have done nothing wrong; best case, they can ask to buy it back for what you paid. A judge would laugh at this, if they tried to make trouble.

You paid for a bike; I'd ride it. As long as you didn't swap the price tags, it's not your problem; if the invoice has the model number and serial number of what you actually bought, it's yours, Legally.
I agree with this 100% as this is what I would do. I would give the bike back for what I paid for it...

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There was no doubt it was a mistake once I figured out which model I had. I did a straight up trade for the bike I was supposed to get earlier today, and I don't miss the extra gear or fancy light parts. The model in question is a Specialized Sequoia. It got my dad to get his 1968 Gitane out of the basement.

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I thought about keeping it for a few minutes, but decided that not only do I not feel right about it,
There is your answer....

Good job. Give yourself a pat on the back and consider yourself one more person fighting against an intolerable crooked world that is slowly but surly dragging everyone down with it.
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If this were something bought at Wal-Mart, like a big screen TV, i'm sure the advice your getting would be the same...

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If this were something bought at Wal-Mart, like a big screen TV, i'm sure the advice your getting would be the same...
Definitely. ... then again - it's a gray area and a moral issue. Would Wal-Mart suffer the loss? Would small Chinese children go to bed with nothing to eat that day? Or does it come down to "just do what is right no matter who or if anyone gets hurt from the mistake"?

Hmmm....
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I'm pretty sure wal-mart wouldn't "suffer" the loss.

And with the way they bleed their suppliers, chinese children are already going to bed with nothing to eat. We reap the benefit of it as a wal-mart price "rollback"

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Great Choice!

I couldn't have kept it if it was an honest mistake; I mentioned the legal part in case they got huffy about it...

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