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06-11-11, 01:12 PM
Join Date: Feb 2011
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Well ive emailed them as directed on the website.... the wait begins.............
Try putting the boot on the other foot. Give them a deadline of, say, a month, after which permission will be deemed to have been granted.
Legally, this will not have any real standing, but if they do pursue you after this time they will have to explain to a Judge why they are so inept that they couldn't reply to a simple email in a month. It's unlikely they'll want to do that and they won't bother you.
I did this with a car once. It broke down quite catastrophically two months out of warranty. They refused to do anything about it, so I sued them. I told them that I didn't expect to win but I just wanted to be in court when they told a judge that they were happy to sell a car for (quite a few) thousand pounds and didn't expect it to last more than 14 months. Also that I would invite the press to witness the statement.
They fixed it for nothing, and provided a replacement car or equal quality while they did so.
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