I received my Wii from Wal-Mart Com and was ecstatic as I began to play.
However, there were several games in the bundle I never really wanted.
Wal-Mart has the same policy as Best Buy, Toys-R-US, Gamestop, EB GAMES,
Target, Amazon.com and every large retailer. The bundle can only be refunded as a bundle. No exchanges or refunds of individual items. This clearly violates
every one of these retailers store policy.
I filed an online complaint with the California Attorney Generals office. There is precedent for this. In November 2005, Best Buy was forced to offer refunds and exchanges for their $1000 XBox 360 Bundle. These stores can't afford bad publicity during their peak season. Since almost every WII owner had to buy a bundle, I suggest do a Google search and file an online complaint with your State Attorney General. If anyone has the time or initiative to go on G4 or CNET to talk about this issue, we should encourage them to do so. The Big Retailers can only push us around if let them.
Reggie said he's about kicking butt. I say Wii owners need to kick some retail butt!! Let's move from the complaining stage to the action stage. These people made a ton of money off of us, then treat us as if we have no rights.
FIGHT BACK!! If we can the attorney Generals of several states to file lawsuits and call press conferences we can succeed.
All of us are busy enjoying our new consoles and don't want to be bothered with this. Reply to this title and let everybody know what you're doing
doing. The Wii was supposed to be affordable, remember?