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Hi , nasty taste left in mouth by Samsung. Whilst cooking, i used my S8 as a timer, as per normal. multiple timers set, and running. turned round to check time, and the screen was flashing like mad. A crack was developing before my eyes. A phone call to Samsung sent me to their Romford "customer care" centre where i was told i had dropped it The phone is not yet 2 months old. I was told that screen damage invalidated the warrantee, and also refused a second opinion, as 3 "engineers" had already looked at it. cost of repair is approx £350, after 1.5 months use am i right in thinking that it had a fault inherrent since manufacture, and that should be the route i take? The phone was bought via carphone warehouse, on an EE contract. EE contract appears to state the the phone is owned for the first 6 months by the company i purchased it from, so should it be carphone warehouse i approach with this issue? leaves a really nasty taste in my mouth, i suspect it is CPW that i need to go for, but they have been phenomenal to me over the past 12 years- would be much better if i was able to go directly to Samsung At time of purchase with CPW i also bought a "gear4" protective casing for the phone, and it has lived in it ever since. It was not a cheap case either Please help Kind regards iain
Hi, This is my first post, so please excuse the ramblings,but i was hoping someone would be able to offer help with my situation. which I will try to summise as briefly as possible: In November of last year I received a letter from Restons solicitors stating I owed an amount to HFC bank from a credit card contract agreement dated on or about February 1995 for x amount, so pay up. Not knowing what it was about, I wrote and asked for a copy of the agreement. Several days later I received a Claim form from Northampton CC Bulk Centre, with the limited time to reply, so only having an agree or dispute, I used the on-line facililty to object, stating that I had not received details of what the claim was about. Received confirmation of response, followed by a letter in early December acknowledging and stating that a copy had gone to the claiimant, stating that they may contact you I received a letter from Restons stating they had not received my letter,unsure precisely what details I required, a copy of a statement with transaction details, that I had no defence, and withdraw my defence or I would pay. I responded by letter, stating that I wanted to see a copy of of the agreement dated on or about February 1995 before I could comment further, received no reply. Received allocation questionnaire, which I duly filled and returned Received a Notice of Transfer of Proceedings stating that I would receive directions regarding allocation. This morning I received a General Form of Judgement or Order stating: The defendant must file at Court and serve on the Claimant a proper degfence setting out precisely upon what basis he denies the claim by 4pm 11th March, failing which the Defence shall be struck out without further order. What can I do next?
I resigned giving proper notice etc. The following day my manager told me to treat my last day as yesterday. I assume I am to receive PILON but was not expressly told of such. Should I have been told of this, either Verbally or in writing? I feel quite hurt by this because it certainly does not encourage me to give notice in the future if the company can just end my employment like this.