Use 'terms' on hardware?
December 30, 2013 5:23 AM Subscribe
Are terms and conditions, disclosed after sale, legitimate? What if the associated item is a gift?
posted by Goofyy to Computers & Internet (24 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I'm quite offended by these undisclosed terms. No _visible_ link, that would allow me to comfortably examine these terms on a real computer (I imagine I could dig them up). No disclosure before opening the package. I understand terms on software use. This is hardware. No contract! It is my property, supposedly, I thought.
Frankly, if I find this unacceptable, I not only want a full refund, I want some compensation for my angst, and for the person who purchased it expecting it to be a lovely and welcome gift. Already have Apple stuff, and don't recall any such absurd grabs at authority.
Oh, and this is posted when it is because the gift arrived only today.