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(12-30-2011 05:05 PM)sonnyday Wrote: This would fall under Consumer Rights and advertising.
If you purchase a product you expect certain items in that product. Uppe Deck is basically giving their customers products with expired items inside. Does their packaging clearly state that expired redemption cards may be included?
And what falls under the definition of a current product. Yes In our world it can be considered 12 months. But legality wise.....you'd be surprised on how a good attorney can twist this all around. upper deck has not asked retailers to take the product off the shelves.
(12-30-2011 05:25 PM)Krangry Wrote: Sound a lot like that lady that sued Mcdonalds for spilling Hot Coffee on her own lap. Its called common sense, anyone buying a old box knows they are running the chance of an unredeemable redemption card.
(12-30-2011 06:04 PM)Krangry Wrote: Did you bother reading the OP?
"Anyways, I was praying not to get any redemptions but i guess i was praying to the wrong cardboard god"
he knew the redemptions would be bad, just like she knew the coffee was hot.
(12-08-2011 09:13 PM)magneto2 Wrote: Call up Upperdeck and talk to customer service. The worst thing they could do is say no. In the past they have got me some nice stuff. Redemptions do suck but that is the gamble you take with older product.
(12-08-2011 09:06 PM)supremelou Wrote: So I've been walking around with a huge whole in my soul and this is why. I picked up some boxes during black friday nothing to crazy a box of 06 future stars, 08 sp authentic and 08 ginter. Anyways, I was praying not to get any redemptions but i guess i was praying to the wrong cardboard god. I ended up with a redemption in each box. The worst one being this.
It would have been my first Jeter auto and as a die hard yankee fan it hurt even more. I SERIOUSLY WANTED TO CRY. Oh well just wanted to share. They need to either extend expiration dates or just get rid of the whole redemption theme.