CBS San Francisco ConsumerWatch Reporter Julie Watts put those ‘compare at’ prices to the test.
Off-price retailers like T.J. Maxx admit they’re just a theoretical “estimate,” and Watts goes undercover to reveal that they’re not very good estimators.
Check out her report for some retail pricing secrets that may change the way you shop!
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A class-action lawsuit against T.J. Maxx may give bargain hunters buyer’s remorse when they learn the retailer’s oft-touted “compare at” prices are “staff estimates,” not real department store prices.
Source: Lawsuit Says TJ Maxx ‘Compare At’ Prices Are Deceptive Retail Trick « CBS San Francisco
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