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Topic # 89626 6-Sep-2011 12:35
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Tried to get a phone with my c/c and it said failed.  Did it 3x.  Rang the bank and reapplied for a Netcode.  It just fails and does not prompt me for a code. 

Might be bad luck but a few yrs back, my card didn't work as well so I used my Kiwibank c/c which has less security.  As I hardly use that card.  Someone in AKL went into a Telecom Orbit store (I was advised by phone order) and bought an expensive phone and two Skype account desposits were made.

Other had any issues ....

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  Reply # 517500 6-Sep-2011 13:35
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Errr (expert Infotech) dosent have the best rep for anything - reports of airline tickets appearing on customers CC after purchasing equipment from them and so on....

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  Reply # 517505 6-Sep-2011 13:48
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They do offer the cheapest prices. If you really want to buy off them go to their store on the North Shore, check out the product, pay cash, and just hope you don't come across any warranty issues.

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