Toys "R" Us is said to be under investigation by the Better Business Bureau over its Wii bundling practices. Some Chicago consumers are complaining of having been misled and railroaded into purchasing Wii bundles costing about $200 more than an advertised price (not for a bundle).
The BBB is reported to now be 'apparently challenging Toys "R" Us on its advertising of the Wii"? while Toys "R" Us has apparently told NBC that it was not an advertising problem and that it was simply a "misunderstanding"?, that consumers that wish to return the bundle and purchase the cheaper product will be allowed to so.
Mere bundling is not necessarily illegal.
coverage at http://shorl.com/bobrybigamoda (GameDaily)