Dell officials could be called for questioning in Taiwan


Dell officials could be called for questioning in Taiwan

Karl Flinders

After advertising £90 LCD monitors for £10 in Taiwan by mistake last week Dell has now offered its Latitude E4300 notebook for £350 rather than £1150.

Dell is being made, by the Consumer Protection Commission in Taiwan, to honour sales to thousands of people that bought 19-inch LCD monitors for under £10 in Taiwan after it advertised them at the wrong price.

But following the latest pricing blunder Dell has been accused of using of using the mispricing as a marketing tactic by officials at government watchdog Control Yuan, according to the Taipei Times.

Cheng Jen-hung, a member of Control Yuan said he would not rule out summoning officials of Dell Inc for questioning after the international computer company once again mislabelled price tags for products on its Taiwanese Web site.

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