(A little bit about my ethical record:
Dutchy wrote:Anyhow, let us know what you decide.
Airstud wrote:Dutchy wrote:Anyhow, let us know what you decide.
Already decided, hours before I posted this.
My decision is known only to the independent accounting firm of PriceWaterhouseCoopers until the sealed envelopes are opened on the air.
ER757 wrote:If I thought the clerk you dealt with could be in some hot water over this, I'd certainly try to correct it, but that is extremely unlikely.
LittleFokker wrote:On a related note, I just moved into a new apartment. Previous tenant must have worked for a construction company and didn't do a good job of forwarding his address to the various agencies in his/her life. His company sent him/her a thank you package of Lou Malnati's pizza and Garrett's popcorn. Called up the food distribution company and was told because these are perishable goods, there's no point in return the food or trying to track down it's rightful location, and go ahead and enjoy the goodies. So I have two huge tins of popcorn and 4 Lou Malnait's pizzas in my freezer. Merry Christmas to me I guess.
WA707atMSP wrote:Several years ago, this happened to me.
I ordered two book cases on Target's website, and paid for them with my Red Card. When I picked them up at my local Target, apparently the clerk did not indicate I'd picked the cases up in Target's computers, because I was never charged for them.
A week later, I went back to the Target store, and explained what happened. The cashier put the charge through on my Red Card, but discreetly lowered the price of my order by $20.00 to thank me for being honest.
Even though I was unemployed and concerned about my finances at the time, I've never regretted doing the honest thing.
Kiwirob wrote:I'm keeping the money, this is not small retail establishment where $75 is important, this is a giant corporation, I've got no problem getting one over giant corporations.
fr8mech wrote:Kiwirob wrote:I'm keeping the money, this is not small retail establishment where $75 is important, this is a giant corporation, I've got no problem getting one over giant corporations.
So, just out of curiosity, what’s the threshold that your integrity kicks-in?
We bought some new sofa's a couple of years ago, when they were delivered the delivery guys also dropped off two quite expensive lamps which were also address to us. My wife called the shop and enquired about the lamps, they had no record of them so we kept them.
Kiwirob wrote:For a large chain store the sky is the limit.
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