I recently graduated high school and will be attending college in the fall and decided a few months ago to ditch my Vaio (even though it's not very old) for a brand new Macbook Pro to start off college with. About a month and a half ago, I called Apple customer service to ask a few quick questions about the educational discount and to see if they were going to have another back-to-school deal this summer. One thing led to another and the CS rep I was talking to was pressuring me to buy the computer. I kindly told him that I wouldn't have the money until after graduation so he decided to create and save a shopping cart with everything that we had discussed in it and emailed all the info to me. He told me he would call me when I was prepared to buy and set up a date and time when he would call me to finalize the purchase. The only problem is the fact that I didn't want any of this to take place in the first place. I absolutely do not want to buy this computer over the phone and would much rather do it online myself so I can actually browse on my own and look at what I'm adding on to this order. To make matters worse, I won't have the money or desire to buy it until August and he's calling me this week. Did I mention the fact that the majority of what is in the order that he saved for me are additional add-ons that he attempted to talk me into like an HDMI adapter and one year of One to One sessions? To make a long story short, how do I tell this guy that I didn't want to buy the computer through him in the first place and that he'll have to get his commission or whatever elsewhere?