questionsanyone else order boots from cabelas.com last…

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It seems like a case of bait-and-switch advertising.

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@cornellbigred: No, bait-and-switch always involves a switch, meaning you get something out of the deal, even though it's nowhere near as good or cheap. This is "bait-and-steal" if what you're saying is true. If I were you, I'd contact somebody from cabelas.com to get things straightened out. If that doesn't work, call the credit company that you used to buy these boots and try and get the charge dropped from your bill

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If you bought it with your Cabela's credit card, that would be the problem.