Is it time to call an attorney general about Nikon?

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Re: Is it time to call an attorney general about Nikon?
In reply to Art Jacks, 6 months ago

Without wishing to doubt the validly of anyone's claim about faulty goods etc human nature being as it is I very much doubt anyone would send an item in with the wording ' I just dropped this ' etc, it would be more like ' my ? has stopped working ' please fix it under warranty !  Having worked in retail for a while you become somewhat cynical when presented with a piece of equipment that is full of sand despite the owner claiming it has not been near a beach, I am sure Nikon/Canon etc have a archive of letters of explanation of similar  claimed ' manufacturing problems ' I am just trying to present a balanced viewpoint as to why manufacturers of any equipment are tightening up on what they consider a justified  warranty repair, they have seen all the user reasons many times and it must wear a little thin over the years.

I worked in bicycle shops before opening my own. I am well aware of the statement "I was just riding along when"
That's not what the OP is about.
Please reread the link. I attend many different Nikon boards. I have read many honest posts about people being denied warranty. I know I was cheated.

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