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Topic # 14684 16-Jul-2007 01:06
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I was just reading a post on Customer Sucks [a live journal community where you read stories of employees complaining about their customers] and i came across something which made me shocked at this guys "knowledge"

http://community.livejournal.com/customers_suck/22461203.html

So.. my laptops over a year old and Harvey Norman has better ones out for the same price, can i exchange it? J/K

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Reply # 78245 16-Jul-2007 08:52
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Yes, some people don't understand things continually evolve and the consequences of this in terms of pricing, etc. I'd like to be able to pay for a PC now and keep getting a new one every six months for free.





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  Reply # 78308 16-Jul-2007 15:53
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before you even buy your pc there is usually new technology out.

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  Reply # 78325 16-Jul-2007 16:44
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What a moron...

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  Reply # 79047 21-Jul-2007 01:29
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As for those kind of customers, there were specific product range that will upgrade their pc every six month until their initial warranty expires.

The funny thing was that not many people bothered to get their pc upgraded so frequently.


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