I have a new laptop that I can’t use and I have been looking for a way to recoup the purchase.
I contacted the manufacturer and they told me to take the laptop back, a process that took about a week.
I had hoped the process would be a lot easier for me, but I was disappointed.
After my laptop was returned, I called Apple and asked for a refund.
I was told that I would have to pay for shipping to return it to Apple.
I contacted Apple to get a refund on my MacBook Pro 12,000,000.
I asked them why I wasn’t given a refund or a full refund.
The company told me they could not refund me for the shipping cost.
This is a common problem for consumers, especially when purchasing electronics.
I called the company and explained my situation and they said they could refund me.
I explained that I had to pay the shipping to ship the laptop to Apple, and Apple told me that I was still responsible for the cost of shipping the laptop home.
I sent an email to Apple about the problem and received a response.
I went back to the manufacturer to get my refund, but the company told them that the refund was not for the shipment, but for the delivery of the laptop.
Apple would not refund my money, and would not provide me with a replacement laptop.
This has happened before, but not to this extent.
I was told by the manufacturer that Apple would reimburse me for shipping if I could prove that I did not use the laptop at the time of the purchase or that I used the laptop on a different computer, but this was not the case.
I could not provide a copy of the shipping receipt to prove that Apple did not refund for shipping.
I would not be able to get this refund because I did use my laptop at time of purchase and the shipping company had the receipts for me to prove this.
I thought I had a good relationship with Apple, but if they had a problem with the refund, I would rather have it than nothing.
The company that made the laptop is not in compliance with consumer protection laws, so Apple should reimburse me the cost that I paid for shipping my laptop to them.
They did not provide the shipping receipts, and now the company is charging me a fee to return the laptop because of a misunderstanding.
I have been on a very high cost of living.
When I have purchased a computer, I have used it for a week or more before it was returned to Apple for refund.
Now I have to spend $100 for the computer to be returned.
I have spent about $100 more on other items, like travel and a new refrigerator, and I do not want to spend more on a computer that I cannot use or that has not been used.
It is unfair to me, and my wallet is empty because I cannot afford to spend money on electronics.
I do not know what Apple plans to do with the laptop and the computer that it was purchased with, and it does not seem that they will refund my $100 purchase fee for shipping the computer.