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Denying my refund on returned phone

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I bought a Samsung S8 and an iPhone 7 for service with Xfinity

 

I returned the iPhone. I called within the 30 day timeframe for returns, sent the package back, it was accepted without issue. 

 

2 weeks go by and I get an email saying that return was refused because with major physical damage, water damage, or Find My iPhone was enabled. 

 

None of this is true. The iPhone was perfect. It literally never left my house and was never out of a case outside the 1 minute from out of the box to the case. It was barely used. The is zero chance there was water damage when I packed it up. Zero!!

 

I called customer service and they said they sent it to Tier 2 customer service and that I would get a call from them soon.....LOL....who knows when

 

Very angry and I know for a fact that the phone was PERFECT when it went into the box and left me. PERFECT! 


So now I do not have the phone, seemingly going to be stuck paying for it (although I assume I will get back a NOW water damaged phone). 

 

So frustrated. I will cancel all my services with Xfinity but they dont really care I would assume. 

 

 

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dntsdad, it may not have been damaged, but do you know for certain that find my iPhone was disabled before you sent it back? Do you have the ticket number? I can check on it's status. Just send me a private message with your full name, account number and address. 

 

KenF




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If this is true, sure is a heck of a mess to deal with. I wonder if taking pictures of the phones in perfect condition before sending it back in the box and purchasing insurance for delivery would’ve been wise considering it’s just a he said she said type of problem. I hope the problem gets corrected but makes me wonder what I would do in that situation.. hmm