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Old 12-10-2012, 01:38 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by ucfgrad93 View Post
And yet, people get so outraged when companies like Enron screw them over. These companies are run by people who don't consider doing the right thing very important. Sort of like the OP.
Really? You don't see the difference between a multi-billion dollar conglomerate intentionally screwing over consumers and a consumer who takes advantage of a mistake made by a large company?

There are different shades to the meaning of the "right thing" and circumstances are rarely ever the same. Likewise there are different shades of "screwing" over consumers and one would have to know specifically what you are referring to in order to assess Enron's culpability. If you are referring to what caused their demise, well they broke the law, plain and simple. A consumer keeping an item sent to them is not breaking the law. Apples and oranges. Especially in the case of the iPads!

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