ya it's called price protection and it's a big deal in North America. Most large chain stores have the policy clearly stated at the customer service desk, or on the receipt. If you find a lower price in their shop or a competitors within 30 days, they will refund you the difference.Sobieski,
i doubt you are in the business of serving the public. How would you feel in this situation? oh let me guess.... you'd just accept the fact that you got ripped off by 320zl after a few days and go on your way. -Typical Polish fashion just accept being treated like crap, perpetuating mediocrity and do nothing about it.
What about if a car price in 29 December is e.g. 67000zł and in 2 January (as one year older) 59000zł"
ya....what about it?
have you ever seen a contractual agreement on a parago/faktura? Doubt it.
Poles do not understand logical or even decent customer service. They truly don't get it and act confused when you expect the simplest of courtesies of them. The behave like they are doing you a favor bothering themselves to take your money. It won't change drastically soon....it is too ingrained in their cultural atitudes.
so true unfortunately. Ever noticed how happy a Zabka person is to serve you? its like when you come in to buy sth, they scowl at you like you are a burdon and you are only in the shop to stop them from going out for a smoke