Apple iPad 3 (3rd) Gen Black NEW - @Amazon (3rd party Smart Bargains)  £367.55 delivered
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Apple iPad 3 (3rd) Gen Black NEW - @Amazon (3rd party Smart Bargains) £367.55 delivered

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Note that seller is "smart bargains" not Amazon

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Nujol

Note that seller is "smart bargains" not Amazon

SMART BARGAINS Seller Rating:99% positive over the past 12 months. (3,185 total ratings)

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The John Lewis deal is much better.

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Giffy08

The John Lewis deal is much better.


Some people would rather spend an extra £32.50 on something else.
1 year warranty is included with the iPad as standard.

Returns and Refunds

Returns Policy
1. To return an item, please email us through amazon communication center where we will arrange to return the faulty product.
2. Any Item/s that is returned must have a returning reason.
3. In addition to your statutory rights, if you wish to return goods outside of the 7 days cancellation period, we operate a 14 days faulty returns period.After 14 days your warranty goes to manufacturer and you can claim your warranty direct with the manufacturer.
4. All of the products on sale have met our high quality-control standards.
5. Refunds will be for goods only and will not include any carriage costs paid to us.

Guarantees

Two-year guarantee

Wherever you buy goods in the EU, you have two years to request repairs or replacement if they turn out to be faulty or not as advertised. If a product cannot be repaired or replaced within a reasonable time or without inconvenience, you may request a refund or price reduction.

The two-year guarantee period starts as soon as your goods are delivered, and you must inform the seller of the fault within two months of discovering it.

The seller is always liable, and in some EU countries you also have the right to request a remedy from the producer.
Edited by: "tweety" 6th Jun 2012

Thanks OP for quoting back to me the details of the seller. I was simply adding that the seller is not Amazon themselves, which makes a difference for a lot of people, and was certainly not mentioned in your post. I hope that seems reasonable

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Nujol

Thanks OP for quoting back to me the details of the seller. I was simply … Thanks OP for quoting back to me the details of the seller. I was simply adding that the seller is not Amazon themselves, which makes a difference for a lot of people, and was certainly not mentioned in your post. I hope that seems reasonable


No problem mate, just wanted to show that although the seller is not Amazon. Looks pretty reliable.

or digital bargain uk £354.98 inc delivery for 3rd gen refurb
Edited by: "batemansxxxb" 6th Jun 2012

HI

I purchased A Video Camcorder, April 2012.

I purchased this from SMART BARGAINS ./ Amazon total cost £77.30

Unfortunately it stopped working. Within 6 weeks.

I contacted SMART BARGAINS ./ Amazon and informed them of the problem.

the reply I got from SMART BARGAINS was

This product has 1 year manufacture warranty and in case of any fault now, please contact the manufacture to resolve the issue.

this is completely against The Sale of Goods Act 1979 (as amended) states that when a consumer buys
goods from a trader they must be: as described; of a satisfactory quality;
and fit for any purpose made known at the time of sale to the seller.
This legislation also states that the seller, not the manufacturer, is
legally obliged to sort out a problem if the goods do not meet these
requirements.The Sale of Goods Act 1979 (as amended) says: if goods break within the
first six months after purchase then there is a presumption the goods were
faulty when sold.

I complained to both SMART BARGAINS and Amazon about this .

SMART BARGAINS never replied to any of my emails and I sent loads .

Amazon said they couldnt help. it had nothing to do with them it was a third party sellar.I sent loads of emails
to Amazon complaining that they are letting third party sellars sell items on there wedsite .
that do not comply with The Sale of Goods Act .
they didnt care. Amazon were no help at all.

Before I sent all these emails. I did actually contact the manufacture of the camera.

I phoned them and emailed them and had to send them proof of purchase.

eventually they agreed to repair the camera.

the only problem was they wanted me to send it to the Czech Republic which is the nearest repair centre to the uk.

The cost to send the camera is around £20.00, which the manufacture said I will have to pay for.

This is totaly unacceptable. I am not prepared to send the camera to Czech Republic.
Not only will this cost me around £20.00 but if the camera goes missing.
Once it is out of the uk.. Then what would I do.

So I am at this moment taking SMART BARGAINS to the small claims court.

So just be Careful if you buy anything on Amazon through SMART BARGAINS and it goes faulty.

your on your own.

no help from Amazon . the small claims court is the only thing left.




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georgecat

Yeah - the post above really confirms that. Well done for advertising a … Yeah - the post above really confirms that. Well done for advertising a fraudster!



I appreciate you commenting on all my deals. You seem to have a thing for me.
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