From: Mark Gardiner (100550.3170_at_compuserve.com)
Date: Wed Dec 11 2002 - 15:12:34 EST
From: RWM, INTERNET:RWM_at_rwmann.com
TO: "thinkpad_at_stderr.org", INTERNET:thinkpad_at_stderr.org
DATE: 09/12/02 14:21
RE: Re: [Thinkpad] Where to buy a memory upgrade?
"Philip R. Mann" wrote:
> On Sun, 8 Dec 2002 16:39:11 -0800 (PST), Steve C. wrote:
> >A lot of ebay sellers are saying that Kingston memory has an unlimited
> >lifetime warranty but that's not true since there won't be a retail receipt.
> Unless Kingston has changed its policies in the last 3 years, that shouldn't matter.
>When I had to replace Kingston memory, all I had to do was give them a credit card number to protect them
>while the chips were being cross-shipped; the returned chip itself was the proof required.
> ----- PRM -----
Same experience here. Kingston is one of the real class acts, in so far as
product and support are concerned.
- Bob Mann
Yes me too. I was given a faulty used 128Mb for my Tosh and they even swapped that for no charge... I initially emailed US site to test the "lifetime warranty" and they rang me from UK and and gave me a returns nos.
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