Question about Cameras
First i suggest you go to a law shop for free advise, ask them if consumers law says something about these kind of goods.
here in holland there is a law witch says that you may expect that a camara of $ 300 (assuming dollar) should at least last 5 years at normal operation (read : use)
than write a letter by your lawyer that tells them that they have done a lousy job and give them a reasonable time (lets say two weeks) to reply and come with a sollution , than if they don't let something know , write a letter that you a planning to use your rights and sue them if they don't give you a good wordking camera .. the rest is op to your lawer
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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