Target is NOT a reputable company. They do NOT honor their receipts. I bought two computer games from them recently. The games are clearly labeled on their boxes as requiring specifcations that my computer has. These games do not work on my computer, even though my computer exceeds the requirements in several areas. In fact, it turns out that these are not really games at all, as described, but interactive movies, that nevertheless do not work.
I tried to get them to work on my computer and they did not. After troubleshooting a while I took them back two days later. Target refused to honor my receipt and made up some *** story about how it would be a copyright violation if they would honor the contract represented by their receipt and allow me to return the games. The games do not work without their CDs, nor do almost any games made this century, and that is common knowledge. Therefore, I do not buy this story.
I filed a claim against Target through the Better Business Bureau, and they repeated the copyright story there. The people working for the Better Business Bureau must know little if anything about computers, because they actually bought that load of crock. They are now complicit with Target in ripping me off. I will never shop at Target again and would like to do my best to ensure that they never get the chance to steal from anyone else either, which is why I am writing this review.
Monetary Loss: $60.