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# 19341 13-Feb-2008 11:55
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Hey :)

I managed to drop my iphone and now the Sleep/Mute button doesn't work. I found a crowd called nziphonerepairs.com, emailed them, they said sweet we can fix it, payed the cost via paypal and now have not heard a word back after 5 days!

Lucky I didn't send my phone to them!, but I am still $150 out of pocket.

anyway, does anyone know of another company that is capable of fixing iphones in New Zealand?


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  # 110377 13-Feb-2008 13:51
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I doubt it, the hardware would still be very much Apple owned and operated in terms of servicing and repairs.

edit:  PS I'm sorry but that site looks plain dodgy to me.  I can't believe you sent money to them?!  Did you just speak to them over email or did you have voice contact?  Looks like they have a Westpac bank account so you may be able to track them down via that.

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  # 110385 13-Feb-2008 14:13
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Do a 'Whois' search and you will find all you need to know about them, the company they use for their site, contact numbers and addresses.

 
 
 
 




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  # 110412 13-Feb-2008 15:48
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nzbullet: Do a 'Whois' search and you will find all you need to know about them, the company they use for their site, contact numbers and addresses.


yea done that, no one answers :(

I paid via a credit card, via paypal, so can just cancel it.

Not so worried about the $$, more interested in getting my phone fixed :P



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  # 110423 13-Feb-2008 16:24
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All sorted now. He finally answered his phone :)

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