As you can see, there are no mobile devices (except, perhaps, laptops). Therefore do not succumb to provocations. Pete Cashmore shines more light on the discussion. The second favorite sellers list for "suckers" – technically complex products, household destination, which is guaranteed for (machines are metal and wood everyday, electrical machinery and apparatus, household radio equipment, home computer and copying equipment, photo and video equipment, telephones and facsimile equipment; instrument, electronic toys, household gas appliances and devices). " However, it is only a list of consumer goods of good quality, not subject to return or exchange for similar goods of other size, shape, dimension, style, color or configuration. The idea is that you will not be able to get this kind of device, if you suddenly lose one's attraction to color. Try to describe the sequence of return has become of obtaining money or exchange for another.
This scheme is quite simple – get a service center for an expert opinion that device broke down by itself and you do not break nothing. With this conclusion, you go into a store and making a mutually beneficial exchange. But in this simplicity there is a small reef. The problem here is that service centers are not eager to give you expert advice: they are more profitable to take a broken device in warranty repairs and get money for it from the manufacturer (and maybe from you and the manufacturer together). Likely all at the service center will not pretend that the word "conclusion" was first heard. That means you need to remind them that there is clause 5 of article.