My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: California
I know in California there are laws that protect you if an item is tagged with the wrong price but rings up higher, but what if the item rings up as a different item and lower? I was at Target and an item rang up as a different item due to an error in the DCPI. It was also much cheaper. The error was probably due to human/computer (?) error as the UPC/DCPI did not match. Can they legally refuse to sell it even after they rang me up?
I don't really care about the item but the workers were incredibly rude saying I was essentially stealing since I knew they were ringing up as another item (much cheaper). I also had to wait about 20 minutes before telling me I can only get it at half price of the shelf price.