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If something seems too cheap to be true, then it probably is.

That's what nood customers learned today after buying ridiculously cheap offers that included dining tables for $ 1,599 for $ 24.49 and artwork for $ 299.99 for only $ 4.99.

While some sent a message to the store saying that the prices seemed too good to be true, about 130 buyers rushed to comply with the offers, only to be contacted this afternoon with the news that they will receive a refund instead of a Advance Christmas gift.

One woman, who did not want to be named, said she searched the nood website this morning before work because she knew they had a sale.

"I've been watching this sofa forever and I knew they had a 60 percent discount on the sale, so I went up quickly this morning before work," he said.

"I saw my couch go down from $ 1200 to $ 69, so I bought it as fast as I could, I looked at the rest of the website and there were some crazy offers."

The woman said that it was very nice to offer her a coupon of $ 100 to make up for her mistake, but she still had to receive the coupon from them.

Nood's general manager, Jo Randall, said that online prices for the store's summer sale had been released at midnight and included some pricing errors.

"We had a technical failure with our pricing information and we corrected it quickly this morning."

Along with the offers, some items increased in price, including a $ 239 coffee table that was $ 3,999 and a bag of $ 239 beans that was $ 1,499.

"As expected, there were no buyers for those items."

Randall said the store was communicating with everyone who made a purchase based on incorrect prices.

"Unfortunately we can not respect the incorrect low prices they saw."

"We really regret this has happened, we all love a good business, but this was too good to be true," he said. "We are offering a gift coupon to each customer who placed an order at the wrong price.

Randall said the mistake is being taken seriously and the store contacted the Trade Commission this morning to inform them of the error.

Nood has also updated the terms and conditions shown on its website.

"While nood was adequately protected according to its previous terms (it is not responsible for lack of supply), nood felt that his message about incorrect prices could have been clearer.

"This aspect of its terms has been clarified to say that nood will not respect any wrong price."