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Oh boy so I go to Target today to pick up a new TV advertised in the local paper (an LG 49UH6090, the 2016 model), get to the store, take one look at the TV and the sticker says something about it being the 2015 model. I ask the sales associate (who is indifferent) if it's the 2016 or 2015.

He casually states it's the 2015 model LG 49UF6700 and that I "need to look behind all of this" for the actual model number. He then pulls out all of the tags from the display and sure enough, there's the actual model number. I stated that it's rather unethical (actually it's straight up illegal) to bait and switch, he shrugged his shoulders and said something like "Well that's how it is." The simple fact that they've buried the actual model number behind about three layers of ***, advertise the new version while selling the old, and the associates are indifferent to the fact that this violates statutory law barring bait-and-switch deceptive practices in advertising, is extremely disturbing. Congratulations, Target.

You've lost my trust. Forever.

I will always second guess whether I'm being screwed over. Even the URL for the product doesn't match up with the product shown on the actual page.

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Anonymous
Brandon, Florida, United States #1244177

IF you look the LG description for this TV that is exactly what it says. Seems it was just passed down.

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