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Is it legal for an internet company to to change their pricing after you have submitted a Purchase Order; then refuse to accept the PO - claiming that the pricing was wrong (the pricing indicated was on their site for at least one week).
It may not be the most customer-friendly way to run a business, but it's legal. If you think the advertised pricing was intended as a bait-and-switch, file a complaint with the consumer protection agency in the seller's home state. If it really was an honest mistake, there's really nothing to complain about.
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