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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.
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Published: Thursday 2004-02-12.
What do you do when the [computer] dealer you bought stuff from refuses
to correct malfunctions that occur within the promised guarantee period,
refuses to admit that they have handled the case incorrectly and refuses
to come to a settlement?
You sue them.
That is what
did, and since the company refused to answer the court, they were served a
judgement by default.
It pays off not to give up.