Buying Something On Amazon’s Site Doesn’t Mean You’re Buying It From Amazon

Buying Something On Amazon’s Site Doesn’t Mean You’re Buying It From Amazon

Brian bought a set of Klipsch headphones on Amazon a few months ago, and they broke even though he claims he didn’t damage them in any way. This isn’t an issue of the difference between defects and accidental damage, though. When he tried to make a warranty claim, he learned that there’s a difference between buying something on Amazon and buying something from Amazon. [More]

Line Your Samsung Oven With Aluminum Foil, Void Your Warranty

Line Your Samsung Oven With Aluminum Foil, Void Your Warranty

Do you line your oven with foil? Rae does. She always has, and her parents always have. It’s such a normal thing to do with an oven, it didn’t occur to Rae not to do it. She lined her oven with foil, then popped a frozen pizza in there on the first night after it was delivered. The foil melted the interior oven surface, and now Samsung tells Rae and her husband that they’ve voided the warranty. [More]

Buyer Says CarFax Report Didn't Let Him Know Car Was All Messed Up

Buyer Says CarFax Report Didn't Let Him Know Car Was All Messed Up

CarFax provides a useful tool for used car buyers, tipping them off about the myriad abuses their prospective rides once suffered. But Gyorgy says the service failed him, failing to report a number of modifications and indignities that voided the ride’s warranty. He writes: