Despite growing numbers of people having screen problems (usually just after the warranty runs out) Amazon refuse to acknowledge there is a problem. All they seem interested in is selling me an overpriced second hand Kindle. On one hand they insist that Kindles cannot be repaired and on the other insist that the tat they are trying to sell me is 'refurbished' How does that work then
Out of 5 deliveries I have had problems with 2. One was delivered to the wrong address and the current one should have been delivered by latest today and is (depending who I talk to) either still in the HDNL hub in Droitwich or lost and I need to claim.
Rest assured I won't be using them again
Now this site won't let me rate at zero stars
Steve Ames found this review useful
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