As many will know by now, we are in the final stretch of Buen Fin’s annual November celebration Mexico In which many companies offer discounts on their products and services so that customers use as much as possible. And while in some cases the purchase process is satisfactory, there are some that end very badly, and end up being a horrible experience, as well as having to go through the return process.
Several users have complained this season of repeated discounts, such as a woman who ordered a mattress from a supermarket chain, Walmart, and it has been three years since he made the transaction and he never received them from the shop in question Such complications arise when a company offers more products than they have, because on these dates an accurate inventory is not created to ensure that it will be finished at what time.
The woman ordered a mattress for 6,500 which was about 1,000 pesos off, something that seemed fair for the type of product, so she placed the order immediately, until her shipping tracking number froze for a few days. This led her to have a phone conversation with the store, in which they offered to pay a difference for a similar mattress, and thus she decided to appeal to court. Profwho protects the client.
Another case was that of a person named HumbertoIn which there is a slight windfall in his monthly payments with applicable discounts good ending, a month late on her card interest was enough, paying much more than she had planned. This means that in some cases the label of interest-free months is not respected, because if there is a small gap, these increase until you pay more than the scheduled period.
There is also the problem of price gouging in stores, a practice where many products are priced higher for some reason a week in advance, which the customer remembers as lower. This is in order to complete the date good ending Right from the start the price cuts, that is, the discount is practically non-existent. Something that some users have clarified, as happened with Liverpool.
Editor’s note: The truth is something that hasn’t quite taken hold in Mexico, even though it’s been implemented in the country for just over a decade. Let’s hope one day people realize this and these scams get worse year after year.