yeah, this was literally 2 mins after i had made the purchase. I walked out, popped the trunk, laid my treasure in there and noticed the brown bike. They didn't give me a hard time at all at the returns and i told them that it had been tampered with and not to put it back on the floor.Maynard said:The Framingham Target had a cpl last time I swung through that area late last week, so I'd try there. I don't know about South Bay, haven't been out that way in a while, maybe call first?mfk said:anyone know where I could pick up an AT-AT around Boston this weekend?
I understand your push for THIS weekend, but I wouldn't sweat it too much if you had to wait on it a bit. After all, what are we talking about here seriously, 6 bucks? Really, after spending a hundred on a toy(a great one, that's worth every penny, btw), I wouldn't worry about the other 6. But yeah, I think the same thing happened to Sol or Biz or someone else local where they bought something and it was swapped out(it's happened to me too in the past. The best course of action is to return it and just say nada. Just call it a regular return, "never touched it, etc etc". Otherwise, you could unmeaningly open up a whole can of worms on YOURSELF, you know what I mean? Nevermind, how they'll look at collectors in general. I'm pretty sure that's what most others have done also and it's the best way you can go, without sounding too selfish. Good luck with everything bro.
The particularly painful bit was how I had literally AGONIZED for months on whether or not to buy this as I have a strict "NO VEHICLES" rule since I'm already taking up enough space w/ my 1100+ figures and have only made one exception for the BMF. I literally wandered around target for almost an hour before giving in. Now, that I've given in to the dark side, I want it more than ever now.