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Tuesday, June 14th, 2011 Uncategorized

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  • david lester says:

    ebuyer,,ordered a pure radio from them only to find a box full of cardboard,took ebuyer 4days to get back to me after me sending several enotes to them,,3 weeks going round in cicles & paid them £129,,they say weight was correct on del to me!!!help

  • Dean says:

    Ebuyer don’t want to replace Hard drives under warrenty anymore because the cost of them has risen. Therefore they quote a sales act and give you a partial refund.

    So if you try and RMA a hard drive that is still under warranty make sure you send it to the manufacture instead.

  • Stewart Scott says:

    Bought a Ricoh printer low cost about £165 delivered ,it was faulty from day one went through the returns procedure all ok i didnt have the original box even though i only had the item for 14 days someone half inched it..Yodel picked it up and ok it wasn’t packed as good as i received it but im refused a refund as “it was damaged in transit due to inadequate packaging”
    Really its a lightweight item they could of met me half way and i would have bought another but as all their returns staff are rewarded for not paying out on returns i had no chance…0/10

  • Spencer says:

    Premium Corsair PSU kills my system, they acknowledge it’s faulty, but only offer a PARTIAL refund, I’d have settled for a full refund or replacement because I can’t *prove* it was the PSU that killed my old system, and it wasn’t an expensive system anyway, but they can’t even offer me that! Long term customer says bye!

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