Ebuyer Grade A stock

  reddwarfcrew 11:34 03 Aug 2006


does anyone know what ebuyers definition of grade A stock is (ie what warranty/guarantee it comes with). All the site says is:

"* Grade A Goods are "Factory Reconditioned" to the Manufacturers original specification. All goods supplied are 30 day high street store (30 days) returned products .

With grade A stock there is always a chance that there may be a minor cosmetic mark, Considering the price however these are considered to be very minor and will not affect performance of the product."

But does anyone know if they still come with a 12 month guarantee or 3month or 1 month?

I'm looking at the Toshiba DVD recorders:

click here

  oresome 12:01 03 Aug 2006

The following clauses in their T's & C's probably apply.

8.2 Wherever possible, previously used or owned goods ("Used Goods") will be highlighted as being so used on the Supplier´s website at the time you place your order. All Used Goods supplied by the Supplier are warranted free from defects for 90 days from the date of supply (unless otherwise stated). This warranty does not affect your statutory rights as a consumer. If Used Goods develop a defect during the 90 day warranty period, you should follow the Supplier's Returns procedure (see condition 12 below). In the event of a valid claim for a defect in the Used Goods, the Supplier will (at its option) either:
8.2.1 replace those Used Good(s), if the Supplier has available the same Used Goods(s) at the same price;
8.2.2 repair the Used Good(s); or
8.2.3 refund or re-credit you the sum you have paid for the relevant Used Good(s) within 30 days of the date that the relevant Used Good(s) are returned in accordance with the Supplier´s Returns procedure (see condition 12 below).

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