Does a company have to honor a price posted on the internet?

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Does a company have to honor a price posted on the internet?

Asked on August 27, 2015 under Business Law, Washington

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Anne Brady / Law Office of Anne Brady

Answered 6 years ago | Contributor

Generally, if a company posts a price on the Internet and does not honor that price, it would be guilty of false advertising.  However, there is varous disclaimer language that the company could use that might relieve it of that, such as "price subject to change without notice."


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