Macy's mailed an advertisement across the country earlier this month with a major pricing mistake. It listed a $1,500 necklace on sale for $47. The necklace is listed as a sterling silver and 14-karat gold. Macy's said it is regularly priced at $1,500. But the mailer listed it on sale for $47. The actual sale price was supposed to be $479, but Macy's printed the 44-page circular without the "9." Macy's spokeswoman in an e-mail stated that: "For those customers who bought the necklace at the $47 price, they were fortunate. Macy's will not say how many necklaces it mistakenly sold at the wrong price.
How much did your mess-up cost the company?
Slacker one time sang a song, which includes a word that starts with the letter F… needless to say everyone who heard was in the studio in record breaking time to tell him what damage was just caused. Steve has dropped the mother of all words on the radio, S…something bright as day which cost in a hefty fine along with everyone else freaking out!!
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