|redeemhere.com bait and switch with My Coke Rewards points redemption, previews a low price, actual cost is higher Internet, Internet |
|18th of Sep, 2011 by User489024 |
|MyCokeRewards.com (MCR) offers members the opportunity to acquire for 135 Coke points a "$50 Designer Sunglasses E-Gift Certificate" from RedeemHere.com. MCR members are provided with the opportunity to preview the sunglasses selection and prices at RedeemHere.com by clicking on a guest preview link (http://www.redeemhere.com/index.jsp?PID=8916). The sunglasses selection and purchase prices displayed on the preview do not match the actual selection or prices that are available once the E-Gift Certificate is acquired from MCR and the shopper logs in with the credentials provided with the certificate. Specifically, the preview shows a greater variety of sunglass models and lower prices. The inaccurate preview prices are a reasonable bargain, but the actual prices are higher than market value. The value of the E-Gift Certificate is negated by the higher-than-previewed actual price. There is no contact information available anywhere on redeemhere.com, and there is also not a method for complaint for MCR members.|
|Exactly! I used 70 points for a $30 gift certificate to redeemhere.com for jewelry. The jewelry is very very limited and outrageously expensive. Don't waste your points! Such a rip off!|
|I previewed the Oakley sunglasses and they were the same as when I entered my $50 voucher which was same price as Oakley website|
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