What’s the deal with the ‘cabela’s post’
Posted February 16, 2019 08:25:56 The first thing you need to know about the “cabeli’s post” is that it’s not a real post.
The word “post” was never a part of the company’s name.
And the word “cancel” was just added to the end.
“This is a fake post.
There’s no way to cancel the order,” a Cabela`s spokesperson told Mashable.
The post has a disclaimer stating, “All the info on this page is just a representation of what we may offer and does not represent the actual offer or terms of the item.
There may be some variations on our offer, such as price changes, discounts, etc. It’s all just for your information.
If you want a specific offer, call ahead.”
While the post is not real, it’s definitely fake.
It features a picture of a man with a cork-handled box, a photo of a sign that reads, “We’re going to cancel all your orders,” and a caption that says, “The Cabelas Post is a lie.”
“There’s no real place to cancel an order,” the post continues.
“The offer is only valid on the order that’s placed through the Cabelaws post.
Cabelawshs is not responsible for anything that happens after you place an order through their post.”
There are two ways to cancel a order on Cabeli`s Post.
The first is to call ahead.
This is a common method of cancelling orders that happens when you are placing an order.
You can call ahead by sending a text message to 1-800-721-2088.
The second is to mail an email to [email protected]
The post includes a link to “Get more information,” but it says it can be changed.
If a customer calls to cancel their order, the customer will get a link that says “Cancel now.”
The post also states that “if you don’t cancel, we will be unable to ship your order.”
The post also includes an explanation of what happens when a customer cancels an order and is able to ship the item, saying, “If you’re able to send your order to a different Cabelahs store, you will receive a tracking number that will be sent to you within 24 hours.
If we cannot find your order, we’ll send it to a store that ships to your location.”
The customer was not able to cancel his order because of the post.
Cabela\’s spokesperson did not respond to a Mashable request for comment.