If Kogan decided to play with Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 users (temporary), I feel that Microsoft is entitled to get back to Kogan on Bing (temporary).
James wrote:You probably know that I'm a retired teacher now working part-time in a bookstore. We have kids come into our store who literally tear the place apart. I would love to show them the door and tell them to never come back BUT we're open to do business and selling books, even to bratty kids, is what we do. I wonder if I can enact a surcharge on kids under ten years of age? LOL
Speaking about selective "surcharge," back in the late 90s (when I was in New Zealand), most computer stores had a sign saying things like "prices are inclusive of 1.5% (or 2%) cash/cheque discount." What they really want to do was to pass-on the credit card processing cost, however, the government did not allow such surcharge.
Perhaps, you can make a surcharge for annoying kids by saying something like "listed prices are inclusive of well behaved discount" to go around it.
Back to Kogan, Kogan is also known for gathering media attentions. Claiming they cut off middlemen in the business. Recently, they started to sell Apple products at prices lower than Apple's recommended retail price, and have refused to answer if they were Apple Authorised Resellers numerous times. The online community comment on Kogan has not been positive in general.
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