Yuanqi Forest’s “wrong price labeling” incident has just passed. Recently, the incident of “7,500 yuan sold by Mercedes-Benz sellers refused to deliver goods” has once again attracted attention. On October 29, according to Red Star News, consumer Liu Yong (pseudonym) bought a “Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class 2016” on an online platform at a price of 7,500 yuan.
A four-wheel drive 2.0T dual-clutch fashion” used car.
Liu Yong said,At that time, the shop page showed that the vehicle was a “Buy it Now” spike, and the price was 4000-7500 yuan. Liu Yong took the price of 7,500 yuan and completed the payment process.
But soon after the photo was taken, the store customer service contacted him and said that “this car is not for sale” and “it is no longer in stock” and hoped that Liu Yong would refund it. However, Liu Yong refused to refund and urged the shipment several times in the following days.
Five days later, the company contacted Liu Yong and said,The Mercedes-Benz that he photographed was marked with the wrong price due to the background system, and the source of the car has been sold and cannot be traded normally. Liu Yong once again applied for a refund and said that he could give a compensation of 100 yuan.
Liu Yong did not accept this reason. Subsequently, the two parties appealed to the court on the matter.
recently,The Chengdu Intermediate People’s Court made a final judgment on this case, and the seller was sentenced to compensate consumers nearly 200,000 yuan, which has been enforced.