Amazon charged more than MRP

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I bought a chappal for 269 from Amazon and when I received this I saw it on box  the MRP is 259 …. ….
Now Amazon is saying we will give u GC 10 back ….
It means MRP pe kharida h …
Can we do anything in this case

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Amazon didn’t sell it, seller did. (that’s how it will be, till full FDI in multibrand retail becomes a reality. if ever).

if it was Cloudtail and you really want the same discount percentage as was visible during purchase,
haggle with the customer care for it.
if seller has a way to contact by on-site “ask the seller a question” link, use it.

escalation people usually have authority to easily add concessions of up to 500Rs in a go.
if they too aren’t helping or don’t see the point of an “illegal” sale, then
write an e-mail to the Jago Grahak helpline/ National Consumer Helpline and put cs-reply and/or [email protected] (resolution-in) in Cc about “willful misconduct” and breach of consumer laws.

the last or least remedy you have is a return. you can fill in the form as ‘illegal sale above MRP".
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Better still, make a CSA create the return and tell the reason as that.
tell them you are unable, unwilling to create the RMA.
If the CSA is sensible and/or from IN-SNR (escalations, search ’nd rescue) s/he will themselves offer to not return, in-lieu of some concessions (goodwill GC).

personally, i wouldn’t put too much time or effort for something so insignificant.

Amazon outsources or hires others for catalogue and listings jobs of Cloudtail and others.
(this is an inventory data upload error or mistake. maybe you got some odd old stock/ previously returned item or Cloudtail vendor dumped it on them.. despite new prices getting updated.
this happens in offline marts too).

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swarnakshar wrote:

Amazon didn’t sell it, seller did. (that’s how it will be, till full FDI in multibrand retail becomes a reality. if ever).

if it was Cloudtail and you really want the same discount percentage as was visible during purchase,
haggle with the customer care for it.
if seller has a way to contact by on-site “ask the seller a question” link, use it.

escalation people usually have authority to easily add concessions of up to 500Rs in a go.
if they too aren’t helping or don’t see the point of an “illegal” sale, then
write an e-mail to the Jago Grahak helpline/ National Consumer Helpline and put cs-reply and/or [email protected] (resolution-in) in Cc about “willful misconduct” and breach of consumer laws.

the last or least remedy you have is a return. you can fill in the form as ‘illegal sale above MRP".
.
Better still, make a CSA create the return and tell the reason as that.
tell them you are unable, unwilling to create the RMA.
If the CSA is sensible and/or from IN-SNR (escalations, search ’nd rescue) s/he will themselves offer to not return, in-lieu of some concessions (goodwill GC).

personally, i wouldn’t put too much time or effort for something so insignificant.

Amazon outsources or hires others for catalogue and listings jobs of Cloudtail and others.
(this is an inventory data upload error or mistake. maybe you got some odd old stock/ previously returned item or Cloudtail vendor dumped it on them.. despite new prices getting updated.
this happens in offline marts too).

Now they have given  me the difference amount of rs 10 above mrp

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Reply by swarna above is very helpful. Shocked to see user is suspended within 4 hours of this post.

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swarnakshar wrote:

Amazon didn’t sell it, seller did. (that’s how it will be, till full FDI in multibrand retail becomes a reality. if ever).

if it was Cloudtail and you really want the same discount percentage as was visible during purchase,
haggle with the customer care for it.
if seller has a way to contact by on-site “ask the seller a question” link, use it.

escalation people usually have authority to easily add concessions of up to 500Rs in a go.
if they too aren’t helping or don’t see the point of an “illegal” sale, then
write an e-mail to the Jago Grahak helpline/ National Consumer Helpline and put cs-reply and/or [email protected] (resolution-in) in Cc about “willful misconduct” and breach of consumer laws.

the last or least remedy you have is a return. you can fill in the form as ‘illegal sale above MRP".
.
Better still, make a CSA create the return and tell the reason as that.
tell them you are unable, unwilling to create the RMA.
If the CSA is sensible and/or from IN-SNR (escalations, search ’nd rescue) s/he will themselves offer to not return, in-lieu of some concessions (goodwill GC).

personally, i wouldn’t put too much time or effort for something so insignificant.

Amazon outsources or hires others for catalogue and listings jobs of Cloudtail and others.
(this is an inventory data upload error or mistake. maybe you got some odd old stock/ previously returned item or Cloudtail vendor dumped it on them.. despite new prices getting updated.
this happens in offline marts too).

Super reply bro, are u working for Amazon flushed

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popeyemask wrote:

Now they have given  me the difference amount of rs 10 above mrp

You can ask amazon to provide same % of discount on 259/- mrp..
They will accept this, I received refund rice using this logic

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swarnakshar wrote:

Amazon didn’t sell it, seller did. (that’s how it will be, till full FDI in multibrand retail becomes a reality. if ever).

if it was Cloudtail and you really want the same discount percentage as was visible during purchase,
haggle with the customer care for it.
if seller has a way to contact by on-site “ask the seller a question” link, use it.

escalation people usually have authority to easily add concessions of up to 500Rs in a go.
if they too aren’t helping or don’t see the point of an “illegal” sale, then
write an e-mail to the Jago Grahak helpline/ National Consumer Helpline and put cs-reply and/or [email protected] (resolution-in) in Cc about “willful misconduct” and breach of consumer laws.

the last or least remedy you have is a return. you can fill in the form as ‘illegal sale above MRP".
.
Better still, make a CSA create the return and tell the reason as that.
tell them you are unable, unwilling to create the RMA.
If the CSA is sensible and/or from IN-SNR (escalations, search ’nd rescue) s/he will themselves offer to not return, in-lieu of some concessions (goodwill GC).

personally, i wouldn’t put too much time or effort for something so insignificant.

Amazon outsources or hires others for catalogue and listings jobs of Cloudtail and others.
(this is an inventory data upload error or mistake. maybe you got some odd old stock/ previously returned item or Cloudtail vendor dumped it on them.. despite new prices getting updated.
this happens in offline marts too).

Didnt know this.
Once bought a book from aditya sellers that had shown heavy discounts which is the case in international printed house!
but to my shock they send the ones printed in india (the books license was newly given so I had no idea as the ones in library were from UK).
They charged more then mrp plus delivery charge of 100 (which also over exceeds when i compared).
Wrote a review complete with photos, amazon didn’t publish it, said it violated “guidelines”. Gave me a shitty goodwill gc of Rs 50 and when I complained to get more price difference amount, they suspended my account 😑
Sab mile hue hai.. on the other hand, thankfully no problems from other book sellers except aditya ltd.

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