Black Friday’s cheap thrills come at an inflated price

02 December 2019 - 07:00
Despite the concerns, South Africans planned to spend more than last year on Black Friday. File photo.
Despite the concerns, South Africans planned to spend more than last year on Black Friday. File photo.
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I’ve seen enough evidence to know price manipulation happens in the run-up to the buying frenzy that is Black Friday.

And what this means is that trust in the company is broken, sometimes irretrievably.

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