As per a report, it has been unveiled that the UK’s largest retailer, Tesco, has been apologizing to people in response to their outrage.
It has been found that the company had made an online error, which showed incorrect pricing of Apple’s new iPad on its website, resulting in people’s wrath. While it is being said that the new 4G 64GB model to be introduced on 16th March has been priced at £659, it was priced at mere £49.99 on the website.
The company has been owing apologies for its fault and has been ensuring people who had placed orders that no money has been deducted from their respective accounts. “We always look to offer our customers unbeatable value but unfortunately this was due to an IT error, which has now been corrected. Most of our customers realised that this was an obvious mistake but we apologized for any inconvenience caused”, said the retailer.
Also, according to Tesco Direct's website, if one has already paid for a product and the product is refused to be given by the firm, the person would be given full refund amount.
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