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Topic # 189244 21-Dec-2015 17:31
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(Mods: please move if in wrong area)

So it seems Mobicity is no more

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  Reply # 1454717 21-Dec-2015 18:43
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What is amaing is that people hand over their $1000 device to a store to repair, without any form of security over the item. So if the business disappears, then they maybe completely out of pocket, as they sometimes end become a creditor. I would like to see some consumer protection for this type of thing. I am guessing some credit cards may provide some type of insurance. Although that usually only applys when initially purchasing., and not 6 months down the track when it develops a fault that needs repairing. It is one area where it can pay to shop in NZ, but even NZ companies can disappear.


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  Reply # 1454723 21-Dec-2015 18:51
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The article does not mention repairs. Legally the repair item is still the property of the owner.

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