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retayl101 7 posts  |  Last Activity: 20 hours ago Member since: Oct 4, 2005
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  • retayl101 retayl101 20 hours ago Flag

    "Lately, most stocks are up & down from day to day"

    That just speaks for itself

  • retayl101 retayl101 Jul 6, 2015 2:20 PM Flag

    Thought you were going to hang around and rub my "smarmy" nose in it - - - - - but you ran away - - - - guess you're just another of those drive-by big mouth posters.

    shhc •Sep 12, 2013 9:13 AM

    shhc • 15 hours ago
    Retay---you so very wrong-I bet jcp goes to 15-17 in September, 18-20 by end of year- I will be here to push your smarmy nose in it...buy now and cover-just watch
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  • retayl101 retayl101 May 22, 2015 2:48 PM Flag

    here's a couple of witnesses that can testify - - - -
    Today News - - Jul. 24, 2013 at 6:12 AM

    Gena Stone says she did it when she worked at a JC Penney in Virginia. "All of a sudden, the rack of $7 shorts became $14, and then they were 50 percent off."

    "What did you say to your bosses when they asked you to do this?" we asked.

    "They said it was coming down from corporate in Texas," Gena told us.

    “Were you comfortable doing it?” we asked.

    “No.” Gena replied.

    Gena quit the store after six months. Bob Blatchford still works at JC Penney, at a store in Florida. He told us, "I saw a lot of pricing teams going through the store, raising the prices, mostly doubling — towels and clothing."

    "Double the price?"

  • retayl101 retayl101 May 22, 2015 2:43 PM Flag

    I guess as proof we could use some posts from at least a couple of witnesses on this board(Bob and Skrewed) as well as pictures of repriced merchandise peeled back to show the original price that was published in several magazines and on various news stories - - - - - I know those won't meet your strict criteria but they will suffice in a court of law.

    As far as your "And btw, where did the Banks come from, Ohhh you!" - - - - I did take the liberty of abbreviating the reference you made to Jos. A Banks to Banks. I had no idea I'd bypassed your intellectual level when I did so.

    BTW you did know your Jos. A Banks was also an abbreviation for Joseph A Banks?

    Note to Golden - - - careful with your posts - - - - this guy is a definite JCP plant - - - - - - and I don't mean the potted kind, although the IQ's might be similiar

  • retayl101 retayl101 May 22, 2015 1:49 PM Flag

    Re: your sales tax allegations - - - - I posted this previously and still wonder if it is a tax collected and not paid?
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    retayl101 • Mar 23, 2015 9:13 AM
    A question I always asked about was that "sales tax" was charged on catalog orders on the "shipping and handling" portion- - - - - other merchants in our state added the sales tax to the merchandise before they added the non-taxed "freight" charges.

  • retayl101 retayl101 May 22, 2015 12:46 PM Flag

    First, the KSS lawsuit is still ongoing - - - - so you can't dismiss the JCP lawsuit on that ground - - - - - the Banks lawsuits were of a totally different substance than the JCP lawsuit - - - - so you can't dismiss the JCP lawsuit on that ground - - - - so when it comes to comparing apples to apples, that argument comes up lacking.

    What makes the JCPenney lawsuit unique and different from the others is the fact that it has already been proven that your CEO at the time "intentionally requested manufacturers to create phoney/fake prices for the exclusive idea of marking them down to create a fake sales price" - - - - - the other examples your erroneously attempt to paint with the same brush, did not do this.

    This lawsuit is very far from being removed from anyone's radar and your allusion that a one day PPS was unaffected is proof that the suit is a flash in the pan is just silly

    JCPenney probably will not cave, although they should ----- and even under your pie in the sky rose colored glasses scenario - - - - - there will be a financial cost to JCP and at a time where that's the last thing they need. Only amoron would think otherwise.

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    JCPenney CEO Ron Johnson (above) is reportedly asking vendors to conjure up phony retail markups in order to make prices seem lower at the one-time respectable department store chain.

    New York Post - - - January 24, 2013

    Fake prices are coming back at JCPenney, and this time they’ll be more fake than ever.

    In a fresh bid to highlight Penney’s prices as low, CEO Ron Johnson is pushing some manufacturers to concoct phony suggested retail markups for their clothing, sources told The Post.

    The plan, insiders say, includes erecting signs and fixtures that will display the sometimes made-up retail prices, while tagging the clothes and accessories themselves with Penney’s own lower prices.

  • retayl101 retayl101 May 20, 2015 5:18 PM Flag

    I don't think RJ was so innocent as you suggest in his desire for fair and honest pricing - - - - - note the last line in the post - - - one-time respectable department store chain
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    Ronald's brand spanking revolutionary idea
    by retayl101 • Jan 24, 2013 8:14 AM

    Instead of putting a fake price on a tag and then remarking it - put the fake price on a display sign and then put the marked down price on the tag - WOWZERS - FIREWORKS - GIMME A T- GIMME AN A - GIMME AN E - GIMME A M - - - - RAH RAH SIS BOOM BAH - --- THIS IS GONNA COMPLETELY REMAKE THE RETAIL LANDSCAPE - - - - HOW WILL ANYONE COMPETE - WE'LL BLOW EM OUT OF THE WATER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    New York Post - - - January 24, 2013

    Fake prices are coming back at JCPenney, and this time they’ll be more fake than ever.

    In a fresh bid to highlight Penney’s prices as low, CEO Ron Johnson is pushing some manufacturers to concoct phony suggested retail markups for their clothing, sources told The Post.

    The plan, insiders say, includes erecting signs and fixtures that will display the sometimes made-up retail prices, while tagging the clothes and accessories themselves with Penney’s own lower prices.

    “They want to have a table of sweaters with a sign saying ‘regular price, $30,’ and the price tag will be $22,’” one source told The Post in a hypothetical example.
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    JCPenney CEO Ron Johnson (above) is reportedly asking vendors to conjure up phony retail markups in order to make prices seem lower at the one-time respectable department store chain.

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