See latest update here! You know what's our favorite place to buy classical CDs online? Berkshire Record Outlet Dot Com! All told, we have probably bought more CDs there in the past decade or so than we have anyplace other than the record store I actually work at. Just the other day I was telling total strangers to shop there, on my friend's blog. So imagine our surprise! When instead of being charged the price of our latest CD purchase, maybe $40, we were charged the order number of our latest CD purchase, more like $2400. Huh! Unfortunately, JoJo did not have $2.5K sitting in his bank account at that moment, and so he found himself four digits in the red. Like I said, I work retail, so I can totally see this kind of mistake being made. You fix it, everybody has a good laugh, you move on. But the best part is, this has still not been fixed, a day later. Today JoJo called to inquire again what the deal was and the answer was something like, "call our credit card processing company and get them to threeway-call your bank with you." Huh? You charged me 6,000% on this order, I'm now in the hole to the tune of a thousand dollars, my bank is now charging me overdraft fees on your mistake, and you want me to call your credit card processing company to get it fixed? Except, of course, their credit card processing company's offices were already closed by this time. Now out of cash, JoJo has less than no money, I'm basically broke until my paycheck clears, and here we're about to move to a new place this weekend. What's going on? I better get some serious free shit out of this.