PNY Does not Honor ''Lifetime Warranty'' for memory
I have purchased PNY laptop DDR333 memory and it is failing. For warranty, PNY has you register the product to receive warranty, however when registering if some unknown period of time has been exceeded since original purchase, PNY does not honor the so called Lifetime Warranty.
PNY is no longer a repuitable company to buy anything from. PNY sells false advertizing and out right lies.
Re: PNY Does not Honor ''Lifetime Warranty'' for memory
SAME HERE Ram installed about 2 years ago I think 2x4gb ddr3 sodimms Failing after a year started as blue screens and not recognized short time after. Without receipt = no warranty Got it as a gift = no warranty Oem = no warranty Purchase with gift card and misplace receipt = no warranty House burn down with all paperwork = no warranty Not good at keeping records =- no warranty I have been in contact with PNY and can you tell they have told me without the receipt they can do nothing for me? COMPLETE WAISTE of the word warranty. and yes there support people get smart with you and quote other companies warranties and state see they do they same thing! WAY TO STAND OUT! Why even have a lifetime warranty, just call it a "prove it" warranty?
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Try to get, from the eBay seller, any/all PoP document, etc. If you have that, you can register your device on TomTom website, and you'll be the first owner ... with all the privileges ... including latest map, TomTom Support, warranty, etc. If you can't get all the PoP documentation, you can still register your GPS device on the TomTom website. However, as a "second" owner, you may not get all of the "privileges" ... e.g. warranty, etc. (unless the eBay seller is an authorized TomTom distributor/seller.). You may get the lifetime map (feature) ... because that is usually associated with the specific TomTom device (serial no, etc.).
Most small home appliances come with, at most a one-to-three year warranty. This is more because the parts to repair will most likely be obsolete by the time the unit fails. This fan made it for 14 years - everyone should be so lucky. Besides, unless you registered the product's warranty at the time of purchase, it is unlikely that the manufacturer would honor any claim. And a lifetime warranty is for the lifetime of the owner/user, not the device. Otherwise, when the device breaks (dies), so would the warranty.
You don't have to do anything, as the player is yours. The manufacturer offers you a method of registering your player as a means to honor the warranty. They also get to offer you future sales of other products. If the warranty is for a year or more I would say register it as saving the receipt for that long to prove your purchase is often not possible.
The computer should have been registered after it was purchased. It has a 1 year warranty from the date of purchase and the warranty is non-transferrable. If your friend registered it in his name then the 1 year warranty is tied to him and cannot be transferred to you. If you re-register the computer in your name you will not qualify for any warranty work. I suggest you leave it in your friend's name(if he is a good friend) and if there is any problems with the computer have him contact MSI for warranty work. If the computer is over a year old then it is past the warranty date anyways(unless he got an extended warranty) so re-registering the computer in your name would allow for e-mail updates from MSI and any recall information for your computer.
APPLIES TO ALL GRAPHICS CARDS INTRODUCED BY BFG ON OR AFTER 2/21/08
Technologies warrants to the original purchaser of the graphics card
included in this package ("Product") that the Product will be free from
defects in material or workmanship for as long as the original
purchaser (residing in the United States or Canada) owns the product,
when given normal wear and proper usage. For original purchasers
residing in areas outside the USA or Canada, the limited warranty for
graphic cards shall be for a period of ten (10) years from the date of
purchase. In connection with such Limited Lifetime or
Ten Year Warranty, all BFG graphics cards introduced on or after
February 21, 2008 must be registered on www.bfgtech.com within thirty
(30) calendar days of the original purchase date to activate the
limited lifetime warranty or limited ten (10) year warranty. Products
not properly registered will be covered from the date of purchase by a
two (2) year warranty in Europe, and a one (1) year limited warranty in
the U.S. and other countries. Proper registration includes submitting
proof of purchase to BFG.
This warranty is VOID if the product:
Has evidence of the serial number sticker being altered, removed, replaced, or defaced.
With Dell, as long as you are the registered owner of the machine, they will honor the warranty. If you haven't registered the machine into your name yet, follow the link bellow. It's simple and takes about two minutes. Then you can contact Dell support about your warranty and fixing the machine.