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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-13-2009, 07:16 PM
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Hey has anyone ever attempted to break their snowboard in hopes of getting a new one under a warranty program.
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-13-2009, 07:33 PM
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What the heck, no.


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this is called scamming at its finest and i would only recommend this if you are a 17 yr old douche or someone who enjoys loads of bad karma
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What comes around goes around, that and karma if you believe in it is a bitch as well.

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Umm the fact that snowboards companies are good with warranty issues means that if you exploit that...you will die a horrible horrible death and in hell you will occupy a realm wear all you do is deal with warranty issues from the worst people imaginable. You will have to tell them you can not replace their product and they will have the uncanny ability to make you feel so bad that you will want to kill yourself. But you will not be able to. Once you are able to relieve yourself of this suicidal depression, you will then be confronted by another customer who you will not be able to help and will be able to make you want to kill yourself all over again, and again you will not be able to. This cycle will continue forever. Its the part of Dante's Inferno for warranty scammers. ENJOY!

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yea dude karma, if you break the board-the board will end up making you break your own bones
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post #7 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-13-2009, 08:48 PM
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Here is my view on it. Please don't do it. This is why 10 years from now our warranty services are going to go to hell. The problem is people start to take advantage of different aspects, companies loose money and then they change how they work.

This is one of those situations. If it legit breaks go for it....if you throw it in a bond fire, don't.
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It's called fraud. It's illegal. And I don't think the admins will appreciate you talking about it on their bandwidth.
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yea dude like relyt23 said, its just not morally right to fraud something like this(unlike something at walmart ). it'll contribute to the downfall of big snowboard companies
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yea dude like relyt23 said, its just not morally right to fraud something like this(unlike something at walmart ). it'll contribute to the downfall of big snowboard companies
Haha ha ha aha walmart. Good ol' Walmart.
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