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256 megabyte memory card fails to operate

I bought this card just over 2 months ago on clearance at Radio Shack and do not have the receipt any longer so I cannot take it back. They said there should be a warranty of at least a year by manufacturer. I do not have the original package it came in either. Just the little plastic case and of course the card. Is there anything you can do for me to get this replaced? My kid had over 90 pictures on it and the card is kaput. I tried several card readers including taking the card to Radio shack and letting them use thier card reader. I am pretty sure I paid around 13 dollars for it.

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When this happened to me with a card I brought at Jessops I took in my bank statement [Jessops clearly marked against deduction to prove that I had purchased the card there. They came up trumps and replaced the £29 card with no problems.

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