Is it time to call an attorney general about Nikon?

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Re: Is it time to call a attorney general about Nikon?

toomanycanons wrote:

bikinchris wrote:

There have been hundreds of posts about Nikon USA repair service. People send in equipment and the item seems to ALWAYS become "impact repair."

Here is a post about Nikon Professional Services doing this to pro shooters:

http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=42282

Of course, if you remember I was turned away by Nikon warranty when there was a month left on my D3 warranty. They claimed I got the camera wet.

Is it time to call an attorney general about Nikon?

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You're a funny guy. I think you should call the president, why settle for the attorney general? Call Putin while you're at it.

Ha! Ha! Putin, you can be sure, he would send his boys to surround the Nikon plant and snipers would be posted on the roof to pin anything that moves and at the end of the day, Nikon will give in and agree to give him a certificate for free service and free purchase for life. 

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