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Why You Should Avoid Circuit City's Liquidation Sale
By Chuck McKenney
Couple buys $1,100 Samsung LCD TV only to find it shattered upon opening the box at home.

When it comes to liquidation sales, like the one at Circuity City, consumers need to be wary about buying potentially damaged merchandise.

A Massachusetts couple learned the hard way after purchasing a Samsung LCD TV for $1,100. When they opened the box at home, they realized the display was shattered. Not a crack, nick or ding. Shattered.

Because all sales are final, Circuit City will not refund the couple's money.

They said, Sorry, your problem, not ours, the frustrated woman told WCVB-TV in Boston.

You're probably wondering why the couple didn't check the TV before buying it?

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