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I have a laptop and tv from brighthouse,

have had the laptop since April on a 2 year contract and its had problems since day 1

 

I have 2 weeks ago returned the laptop and said I no longer want it due to problems and affordability.

 

Was told by manager that on this occasion they would accept the laptop back early

(thanks even tho its worth £500 and I have paid over £300 already for a load of rubbish).

 

The only clause is that I have to continue to pay the £10 a week whilst it is being repaired

(unless it comes back and the repairer says its my fault then they want me to claim on my home insurance) yeah right!

 

My question is its been nearly 3 weeks now and no word from service centre

 

I have paid £30 so far (£10 a week for last 3 weeks) for it to sit in service centre

and tomorrow they are expecting next weeks payment,

should I still be paying for this even tho they are taking it back?

 

Thanks in advance

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I have a laptop and tv from brighthouse,

have had the laptop since April on a 2 year contract and its had problems since day 1

 

I have 2 weeks ago returned the laptop and said I no longer want it due to problems and affordability.

 

 

Was told by manager that on this occasion they would accept the laptop back early

(thanks even tho its worth £500 and I have paid over £300 already for a load of rubbish).

 

The only clause is that I have to continue to pay the £10 a week whilst it is being repaired

(unless it comes back and the repairer says its my fault then they want me to claim on my home insurance) yeah right!

 

My question is its been nearly 3 weeks now and no word from service centre

 

I have paid £30 so far (£10 a week for last 3 weeks) for it to sit in service centre

and tomorrow they are expecting next weeks payment,

should I still be paying for this even tho they are taking it back?

 

Thanks in advance

 

Any advice b4 I have to pay them later today?

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