Is This Overcharge of Birthday Card OK?
Went to buy a card from a convenience store (used to be a newsagent, but they're rapidly disappearing).
The price on the card was $3.95, but was asked to pay $5.95 - which is some mark up! I complained saying under consumer law the price displayed must be the price paid and the sales person just gave it to me at the displayed price.
I then noticed it was RRP, so then thought they could probably charge what they like. The card was an Australian one, so not an overseas RRP. What do you think?