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  Reply # 1497274 22-Feb-2016 19:39
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 I think they are i sued to think new bolds were half decent compared to some of the other shops out there


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  Reply # 1497394 22-Feb-2016 21:20
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It's very easy for us armchair critics to tell you what to do.  If you are not making headway with them, let us know and we can assist you with a formal letter to them (which you can email or post).

 

If you are a very gentle and polite person and need someone pushy to assist you assert your rights in person, let us know which store you are dealing with and you might have a fellow Geekzoner close enough to meet you to assist you to get your message through to them.





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  Reply # 1498620 24-Feb-2016 16:05
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Have been put off going through cga with a bed from Harvey Norman a few years ago even sent Consumer template letters but no luck, to progress it further i will gave to pay the 100 to get it looked at then go from there, i wouldnt be able to claim that back, so still thinking is it worth spending that amount, i brought a 4 plug switcher that is working in the meantime

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