Thread: HMV are crafty
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Old 19-01-2013, 00:32
Straker
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What are you talking about? If they are different companies then they should have different names. Simple. I don't confuse the two as such, they must have some sort of connection otherwise the same name use (and logo) would just not be allowed!
I refer you again to my earlier Amazon example. Try and absorb it this time.

And HMV high street and HMV online do/did have different names: HMV and HMV.com. I refer you to the Compare The Market ad currently on telly - “Diffferent names, spelt and pronounced differently. See?”

But when you have trouble online, the stores just don't want to know. Clever little get out clause but I think that's just downright sneaky. NOT customer friendly in the least. Why don't YOU get that?
See above - Bricks and mortar store is seperate entity to online etc, etc, etc,,,,,,

Could have fooled me. I've seen supermarkets seldom sell stuff cheap.....
And yet they do.

And if they want GOOD loss leaders, why not do it on bread and milk? Would work on me.
Bread and milk IS cheap. In every supermarket in fact. Milk is so cheap that farmers are losing money on it having to sell it to supermarkets at such a low price.
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