anyone had to do a return to hf
what about a new tool that is missing a part
just wondering if i should just ask for a refund and repurchase
or have them send a part
do not order from them much and have never had an issue that was
worth contacting them about
Every HF I have dealt with has been great about returns.
If something is missing, they most likely just take the whole thing and
give you an entire new one. They did have to send me parts form
something I bought, but it was fast and trouble free.
If I were you, I'd contact your computer manufacturer to see if they can
send you all the capital letters and punctuation marks that are missing
from your keyboard.
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
yeah gotta have a receipt but that has been true for a long time
will probably sell this one and just get a new one
always a point of diminishing returns on time spent getting a refund
or a replacement
tools sell well on feebay too
How does that work? The vendor unintentionally leaves a piece out,
but I cannot "unintentionally" switch receipts? Who decides this?
You? A judge? A jury? And fer which party? Me? The vendor?
Doesn't strike me as a very level playing field. 8|
So you say. I've already been defrauded by my auto insurance company
and it looks like they may be at it again. They owe me $200 and I've
yet to see it.
I don't have time to argue with you, but you can tell all the other
posters, here, how insurance companies never ever defraud their
customers. I'm sure you'll get a lots of support. ;)
Explain how this would be conceived as fraud? You bought and paid for both.
This is no different than you buying an item twice on different days and
returning one with one of the receipts. What is wrong with that?
It depends on how many days there are between the different days. For
instance, an item may have a 30-day guarantee. If there were 31 days
between purchases, using the newer receipt to take advantage of the 30
day guarantee on the older item would constitute fraud.
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