Say you order an item through a e-retailer on the internet. The item you receive is similar to the item you requested, but is not "exactly" what you requested. It will function and perform as the item you ordered as stated by the seller. Unfortunately they were out of the exact item ordered but this item is just as good.
What is the ethical argument as to why the second item is acceptable or not acceptable? Be sure in your argument to use the legal terms.
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In my opinion, the second item is not acceptable no matter how good it is. This is because the item was delivered without the consent of the owner and the customer is not obligated to accept it. When a customer buys any item from an e-retailer, they enter into a contract with the retailer in which the customer...
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