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    Free $$$ from Performance!!!!!

    I bought a L&M ARC with a 20% off coupon from perfomance...I thought I got a good deal...I ended up finding a better one elswhere, but after I had already purchased it. So I return the light to Performance and they refund to me the entire retail purchase price, 20% MORE than I had paid...I made $60 even after the return shipping!!!

    Maybe their poor customer service has some perks when the mistakes go in our favor...

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    I'm sure you'll call them right up and explain the mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. K
    I bought a L&M ARC with a 20% off coupon from perfomance...
    You wouldn't happen to remember the coupon code you used would you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by duc135
    You wouldn't happen to remember the coupon code you used would you?
    6000387 probably

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    Accepting overpayment or overrefunds is really the same as stealing, you should be ashamed of yourself.

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    wow

    Quote Originally Posted by kneecap
    Accepting overpayment or overrefunds is really the same as stealing, you should be ashamed of yourself.
    dude, get over yourself. you're attempting to "give moral advice" when in reality you and everyone else has done something worse in ther lives than accepting money from a mistake made on the part of someone else, who obviously doesnt have their act together enough to instill policies to prevent such from occuring. relax, think of the grand scheme of things, and WISH that all society had to be "ashamed of" was this.

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    he's got a point, tho...

    Quote Originally Posted by vel3r
    dude, get over yourself. you're attempting to "give moral advice" when in reality you and everyone else has done something worse in ther lives than accepting money from a mistake made on the part of someone else, who obviously doesnt have their act together enough to instill policies to prevent such from occuring. relax, think of the grand scheme of things, and WISH that all society had to be "ashamed of" was this.
    and you're justifying, and you know it.

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