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  1. Hi everyone, I was hoping somebody could lend some advice on a situation we're having with Currys. We have a iPad and we pay £7.99 a month for Currys WhateverHappens insurance. Last week I bumped it and it fell off the side of the bannister down onto a concrete floor. (We're currently redecorating and it's two flights down) My partner left it into Currys to sent it off to be repaired and today they've gotten back to us stating there refusing to repair the iPad as "the damage is inconsistent with the statement given". According to the guys in the tech l
  2. Ok, in short this is what's happened so far... 1) Bought a high-end digital camera in October 2007 with a 5-year Whatever Happens policy. 2)Camera won't power on in July 2010. Item is booked in for repair on 20th and is collected on the 26th July 2010. 3) Camera is written off on 23rd August 2010 and a voucher number is issued on 25th August 2010 for a camera of equal specifications. 4) I went into a local Curry's store and the sales assistant advised me which camera was equal to my old one. 5) At the till, I am told the voucher doesn't even cover half the cost of the equivalent c
  3. Hi, This is a small warning to hopefully put people off from buying anything from Curry's or Dixons and taking a whatever happens or premium insurance. I purchased a Samsung television in october 2010 from Currys. We have bought a lot of appliances from currys and up till now they have always been reasonably priced and the whatever happens has worked for me in the past, so i took th epremium version as this would (they promised) give me a loan tv, repairs within 10 days in stead of 21 and a better service. The television started to develop a loud buzzing noise from the transf
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