Ain't it funny..
jerjoz.forums at gmail.com
Fri May 8 02:08:05 CEST 2009
seriously... go write the prime minister or something. if your not
going to contribute your just wasting everyone else's time
On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 5:04 PM, Dale Maggee <antisol at internode.on.net> wrote:
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> arne anka wrote:
>>> Bitter much? : )
>> nope. he's just a troll.
> Before I bought My Neo, I was told by OM that it would work as a phone.
> Once I got it and said "WTF This doesn't work as a phone!" I was told by
> OM that 2008.8 would. So I waited.
> It was worse than 2007.2. I was told that 2008.12 would be much better.
> So I waited.
> Was there even any difference? Sure, the animations might have been a
> bit smoother, or something, but it still didn't work as a phone.
> When I asked for my money back I was told that it had been too long
> since I placed my order... despite the fact that the only reason I
> waited so long was that I trusted OM when they said that I would
> eventually get a working phone.
> I contacted Consumer Affairs here in AU. They told me that OM were
> legally bound by our laws (which include a clause giving me the right to
> demand a refund if the item doesn't do what I was led to believe it
> would do). They told me that according to the letter of the law, OM were
> required to give me a refund. They also told me that since they're based
> overseas, there's basically no way to enforce it.
> In short: OM Have Lied to me, then violated the consumer protection laws
> they're bound to by selling a Neo to an Australian Citizen by refusing
> to refund my money. That means that *OpenMoko Are THIEVES*.
> Anything I say about them is justified. IMO you can't be a troll if
> you're in the right. And I am. I have been defrauded of $400. And so
> have you. The only difference is that I'm not willing to sit around
> pretending that being raped is all fun and games.
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