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Report: #1500891

Complaint Review: HP Printer/Fax -

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  • Reported By: Michella — Benton Harbor United States
  • HP Printer/Fax United States

HP Printer/Fax HP disabled my Officejet Pro 6978 after I paid cash for the unit and ink

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One year ago I  purchased with cash an HP Officejet Pro 6978.  Ink cartridges for the unit were costly, so I decided to enroll to the HP Instant Ink program.  After doing so, I was not told that the unit would be disabled and unusable if my debit card info was not kept updated. After the Coronavirus shut-down, my shop suffered great loss.  

I found out that my printer could no longer be used as the microchips enabled into the unit would disable all function and it would no longer be operable.  Now I have a printer and ink that I paid for (with cash) that is completely unusable and left in the hands of HP Corporate and their decision to retire my machine. I was lied to and misled. 

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