Originally Posted by scveteran
I am sorry to disagree with you but, I really don't think your argument holds any water. In this country the standard is what a reasonable person would think. And I believe that any reasonable person should realize that there are going to be pretty severe limits on this.
In addition, following the info here, it does appear that B&N had provided the info before anyone could have ordered one. If that is the case, then I don't think there is any reason to complain.
Again, this is MO.
Hard to know what country you are talking about since you don't have a location specified. But no matter that, the initial wording was misleading and likely intentionally -- and that idea is supported particularly by the evasive answering that followed specific questions wrt lending.
Absolutely there it reason to complain. It's called TRUTH IN ADVERTISING.