I have a Master's Degree in Life, most of it earned at the School of Hard Knocks. Put them in the cupboard they will get used eventually. The real issue is: Is the device fit for the purpose it is designed for or what you requested at point of sale? It wants to buy U. It is up to both parties to agree this period. You can view the revised policy.
Besides all that they were too big. As of 2011 web sites have to be honest. I think if you are willing to buy from charity shops I do, too you should be willing to try to fix the small problems that crop up. Ultimately can Maplin legally defend themselves on this decision? If the shop said it was a guarantee for 2 years then show them this and demand a repair. I've had High Street shops refuse refunds saying 'I could have bought the item anywhere' and they cant identify it as theirs, so refuse refund. It has an intermutent fault. The retailer said — no, if the manufacturer says the product is not faulty, you are not entitled to a refund.
I would like to know what my rights are, can I ask for a refund or replacement? Some say they tested them themselves so wont hear of a fault and refund, some say 28 days if faulty, other 6 months. I took my complaint in writing to their complaints department who responded with exactly the same offer. Bag of chocolate biscuits - given to me. As with the buckle, new zips can be put into garments for less than it would cost you to buy that garment new, and you are still many pounds to the good, if it was a nice garment to start with. Only services, made to measure goods or perishable are exempt. Usually 7 days is considered reasonable by the courts.
It has been 5 weeks. It is now up to you to prove the item is faulty. Despite the fact the product is clearly faulty. And every week the Fed continues to steal from you and me and make payments to the U. They gave me a credit note and told me to return in a couple of days where they would exchange the credit note for cash if the kettle started to display the fault I described. Is there any way I could take the matter to a higher level? I called them to find out where I stood, and they told me to send in my credit note, and they would send me out a cheque. Basically it comes down to what words were exchanged between you and him.
So, if the head of sports direct is reading this i should change your ways. Any advice would be much appreciated. If the product is unopened, etc. Speak to the local trading standards office and explain it to them and be advised. Usually we pay via an electronic card and this will show up on your bank or credit card statement and this can be photo-copied and shown to them and is proof. The result — law suits, damages and now every vending cup in the world has warning messages about what any other sane person would know as — common sense.
The two firewire ports did not. This may work or may not, we'll see. In which case, could I have my money back?. Do you think I should call my credit card company and tell them about the situation? I thought by law you automatically got 1 yr guarantee. They are there simply to give gullible buyers a sense of security over their purchase.
Which seems to have taken place. If it was with cash then this is difficult for both of you. If you paid via credit or direct debit card, show them the card statement. Related: Give Them Flexible Terms Offer to have the debt paid back in installment. Have a friend take pictures. I contacted the Apple Inc. It is impossible to measure, test or try out the steering wheel and clamp in any way without opening the small plastic bag that the clamp is packaged in.
I feel very bad for you. Hi ilona I write to ask if you could answer some questions re returns as you covered this in one post. They stole it from us, why not return it? I phoned the salesman to get a refund as soon as this occurred. If it was quite an expensive item however I think I may explain the fault and hope they would refund my money. Yellow plastic dogs ball - found in a field.
But they have no legal right to do so. Perhaps next time I will pay you £1. I think to be successful at getting refunds is down to being polite, but firm. I contact Fit Flops as at £50 a pair and their claims of comfort, you would expect them to live up to expectations, their response was that the style are made of patent fabric and this by its nature is harder than the fabric on their other styles, they suggested I just wear them until they are worn in more and become less irritating or take a coarse nail file and file down the vamp a little not sure what that is , try again and if still a problem file a little more otherwise they are sorry! I have only ever bought one electrical item, a lamp, it had a pat tested label on it and has worked perfectly for about two years now, and is still going fine. This does not seem right.
I then asked how much it would cost to cover my new car and they said £127 which is more then double of a quote with another company that i have found. If they were sold as separates and you decided to use them together then that was your decision, not the shops. I'm one of those that genuinely believed it because I purchased a similar offer when red stars came out. Contact your local Trading Standards officer and ask them for advise. But they could argue it is not the shops fault that your boyfriend made this mistake. If I've over bought or make a mistake I find a way to use it up or will pass it on to a friend.