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Topic # 150818 4-Aug-2014 15:27
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Hi has anyone had any issues with either Kogan.com or Expansys. I intend to purchase goods.

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  Reply # 1101783 4-Aug-2014 15:29
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Didn't have issues with Expansys.co.nz when I bought her Samsung Galaxy Note 3 last year. Wasn't even stung for GST.

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  Reply # 1101802 4-Aug-2014 15:35
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I've had no issues with either

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1101851 4-Aug-2014 16:28
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Why not try einfotech? They have an actual brick and mortar and pretty good prices.

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  Reply # 1101876 4-Aug-2014 16:55
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depends. if the thing won't break or you don't mind chucking it away if it breaks that's fine.

everything has a risk of failure/fault - it will happen to someone. decide if ease of warranty/returns is important. with kogan i thnk you have to deal with hong kong ... 

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  Reply # 1102234 4-Aug-2014 22:53
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I've bought thru expansys, made a warranty claim and all was well, except of course it takes ages because you're dealing with the other side of the world.

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  Reply # 1102351 5-Aug-2014 09:17
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I've used Kogan.com before, they were pretty good! recommended~

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  Reply # 1102392 5-Aug-2014 10:00
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Just be wary as the devices are typically installed with Chinese bloatware, I bought a galaxy S a few years back that came with 8 Chinese pre-installed apps, I returned it as god knows what data they were slurping from me! 

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