Hi there, Last Saturday, I purchased some furniture on an Australian online website that has a store here in Tasmania but all items are shipped from Sydney. The purchase went through last Saturday, received a confirmation email, shortly after and the funds were taken from my card immediately. The confirmation email stated the below: If you purchased furniture A member from your local ** store will contact you within 2 business days to confirm the delivery date for your items. Now 6 days later, I have received a call that they cannot honour the sale, the pricing was human error and they can either refund the sale or give 20% off the RRP. Once I asked the pricing at RRP it was substantially higher. He advised he could do this under the terms and conditions online. I asked where in these terms and conditions and he could not answer me. I have looked at these and can see these conditions. 3. Orders ** reserves the right at our absolute discretion to decline or accept Orders made through the ** Online Order System. Any automatic confirmations for such Orders are contingent on our view of any risks, potential delays, or other issues that may arise that are beyond the control of ** Online Order System. You authorise our agents to charge all fees incurred to the credit card designated by you. If payment is not received from the card issuer or its agents for any reason, you agree to pay us all amounts due on demand. 4. Pricing Full payment for products must be made at the time of purchase. Do you think that they have grounds to cancel the sale under Australian Consumer Law?