- Report: #31743
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Complaint Review: Comp USA of Freehold, NJ
Comp USA of Freehold, NJ81 Trotters Way, Freehold, NJ 07728 Freehold, New Jersey U.S.A.
Comp USA of ripoff on extended warranty Made verbal claims about warranty which were completely untrue Not given opportunity to read warranty before making purchase consumer fraud Freehold New Jersey
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According to the sales representative, the plan would be crucial for someone in my position. I would be using the system in my business and it would be the only such system in the office.
In cases such as mine, the warranty would cover onsite repairs at no additional charge for parts or labor for the duration of the warranty. If the product could not be repaired on site, I could bring it directly to Comp USA for an immediate replacement. This would avoid the wait time for repair or replacement either through the manufacturer or Comp USA, and would be honored for the duration of the warranty.
The warranty was wrapped in plastic and my sales representative said he did not have an open copy available. I decided to purchase the warranty based on the information given to me.
Much to my dismay, the warranty was not at all what I had been told it would be.
After experiencing several difficulties with my all-in-one printer system, I requested on-site repair or replacement. I was informed that this was not covered under the terms of the warranty. To make a long story short, Bill Stevens finally agreed to replace the product, assuring me I could deal with him in the future, and he would take care of the warranty based on the terms
I was given verbally by the sales representative in the Freehold store. I was given 2 or 3 replacements of the same model, before an entirely new model was authorized. I certainly appreciate the effort Mr. Stevens put forth in the continuing saga of the defective printer systems.
However, once again warranty issues have arisen, and I am unable to locate Mr. Stevens for his help in the matter.
I am at a loss on what to do about it.
Furthermore, I saw a feature in a TV news magazine about this same practice of making verbal claims about an extended warranty that were not true. I wonder if there is a class-action lawsuit?
Red Bank, New Jersey
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/03/2002 11:35 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Comp-USA-of-Freehold-NJ/Freehold-New-Jersey-07728/Comp-USA-of-ripoff-on-extended-warranty-Made-verbal-claims-about-warranty-which-were-compl-31743. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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