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  # 1395445 27-Sep-2015 23:36
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I had this problem with Noel Leeming, where they put advertising under a products description, which actually didn't apply to the product. In my case it was a 'price promise', which they advertised under the product. But when I asked them to do it, they said it only applied to instock items in their store, as as this was something they would have to order in, they wouldn't honour it. When I told them that their website advertised it on their website, they said it was teh same advertising on all product pages, and that their price promise terms said it only applied to insotck items. I think they have since changed their website.  So I suspect this is something similar,  they may just stick the same type of ad on all computer pages? 

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  # 1395448 28-Sep-2015 00:14
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Given every computer sold today with Windows, new, is eligible for Windows 10, it's just an oversight. Hardly the end of the world. 



 
 
 
 




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  # 1395486 28-Sep-2015 08:55
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muppet: I know I feel super clever and smart pointing out honest mistakes and misprints.

Look at my ego! It can hardly get in this door!


Thanks for your input, I appreciate it.




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