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  1. Hmmm.... interesting.... But to be blunt, wouldn't this just encourage customer/s to be dishonest especially if they were in a similar situation ?
  2. I think it's only got 2 stores. The main branch / head office located in Sunderland and the other one in Newcastle.
  3. Is it ok to mention the store name here in the forums? If it helps, it is not one of the more common stores you would find in the main st. like Currys or PC World. It's a much smaller, local PC shop (not selling other electronic stuff such as plasma, cameras & etc.).
  4. Hmmm.... interesting.... But to be blunt, wouldn't this just encourage customer/s to be dishonest especially if they were in a similar situation ?
  5. What I'm curious about is truth of these conditions: - If the item was unused and in the exact same condition as it was purchased, I am not allowed to return it / will have a hard time returning it while trying to get a refund - If the item was used but not suitable / not in the condition I expected, I will be able to return it (as long as it is within the '28 day' period)
  6. This is the dialogue between me and the shopkeeper: ME: Hi. I'd like to return the mboard I bought cause I've rang your main branch and they've confirmed with me that they do not carry that particular model that I want. SHPKeeper: Oh so you wanna return it. Do you know that I could've sold 2 units of these as you've kept them for about 2 weeks! ME: Oh ok, but the item has never been used and it's still in the same condition as it was when I bought it. SHPKeeper: Yeah, but you can't just simply buy items, keep them for 2 weeks and then decide to return them because you don't
  7. Hi everyone. Thanks for the replies. What happened was, during the time of purchase, I did ask if they carried the mboard I want, but they said they weren't sure and had to check with their supplier which would have taken a few days to get a reply. So in the meantime, the guy insisted that the mboard (the want I did purchased but not the one I want) was sufficient and that I should just take it as I needed a mboard urgently. I asked him if it was possilble for me to exchange it later with the one I actually want, if they did carry it and he said 'yes'. So, somehow I purchased th
  8. I recently bought a motherboard from a PC shop (not online) and then decided to return them because it wasn't the one I wanted within 14 days (on the 14th day to be exact) of purchase. The item was never opened or used as it was still in the bag since I first purchased it. When I tried to return the item, I was reprimanded as being unfair and that I can't simply hold an item for about 2 weeks and then decide to return it. Is this true ?
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