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Best Buy sprzedaje cegłe zamiast Apple MacBook Pro

Best Buy sprzedaje cegłe zamiast Apple MacBook Pro

Posted April 29, 2009 at 10:41am by iClarified · 9575 views
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Best Buy sprzedał cegłe zamiast Apple Mac Book'a Pro, i nie chce zwrucić pieniędzy osobie która to zakupiła, według Consumerist raport.

Kiedy wruciłem do domu otwarłem pudełko i znalazłem cegiełke ładnie zapakowaną zamiast Mac Book Pro.

Wruciłem do sklepu żeby porozmawiac z manager kturego imię jest Keith, ale on nie chciał mi w żaden sposób pomóc, powtarzał w kółko ze to Apple zabezpiecza kartony w których znajdują sie komputery a nie Best Buy, i żeby z tym problemem udać się do firmy Apple.

Wysłałem email do Best Buy głównego biura, oraz skontaktowałem się z mojej karty kredytowej bankiem. Niestety zanim Best Buy nie zrobi przelewu, nic nie mogą zrobić.

A więc teraz zapłaciłem $2,164.89 za całkiem ładną cegłe !

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John
John - May 16, 2009 at 7:44am
I'd bet the dude is lying and trying to get a free macbook. People are so shady like the guy who shoke dennis rodmans hand and then tried to sue him for shaking it too hard... this was like 3 days ago but there are countless examples of this. I'd bet a lot of money this guy is just making it up.
ATTNCK
ATTNCK - April 29, 2009 at 12:50pm
Now, I wonder who has the MBP... This certainly brings a whole new meaning to the term Bricked. Good Luck!
Fareed Khan
Fareed Khan - April 29, 2009 at 12:27pm
This happened to me once at Future Shop, with a Palm Pilot years ago. At that time Future Shop did nothing about it, Palm ended sending me a replacement. ALWAYS open the box at the store.
brindy
brindy - April 29, 2009 at 11:39am
lol, poor guy! in the uk, by law the retailer that sells you the product has to deal with your problem. they often tell consumers to take it up with the manufacturers, and most do because they're not aware of their rights. http://www.consumerdirect.gov.uk/ dunno what that's gonna be like to sort out in the us though. good luck to the guy.
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