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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by Anthony T, Oct 18, 2008.
I just got my MacBook 2 nights ago. Do you think they'd let me exchange it for the cheaper model?
14 day and 10% restock fee. If you try hard you might be able to get the restock fee waived.
Even if I used it? I mean it's only been a day and a half really, but still.
You opened the box so the restock free applies.
Considering the fact they won't be able to sell it new b/c it has been opened, why shouldn't they charge you a fee? They will have to discount it to someone else b/c it was opened and it isn't their fault you want to swap it out.
I meant would they still let me return it even though I opened it?
But the reason is because mine seems to be running a bit slow and I just wanna exchange it for another one. I shouldn't have to go through Apple Care because I just spent over $1600 on it a day and a half ago.
You can still return it since it is less then the 14 days of the return policy.
But I will still be charged the 10% restocking fee even if it's just an exchange?
Technically yes, but if you state your case and ask nicely, they usually waive the fee. I haven't paid a restocking fee in years and I return lots of computers.
That would be up to the store to decide. Since it's an exchange I suspect they'd not charge the restock fee.
Yep. Because they're giving you a new one while you're giving them a "used" one.
or pay the restocking fee
It will be dog slow until the HD finished indexing, of course every now and then there are hangups and it doesn't stop.
If you are constantly loading things in, you may want to adjust which things are being indexed.