Customers who ordered for iPhone 6 at Phones4u might never see their money, again
In what seems like a dramatic U-turn, troubled mobile phone retailer Phones4u has issued a statement that says that customers who placed pre-orders for the Apple iPhone 6 before the company went into administration a fortnight ago will never see their money again.
Phones4u earlier promised customers to return their money once the brewing trouble subsides. However, that has not been the case as the UK retailer is now saying a different thing altogether.
Customers who paid via credit card, Managing Director Richard Lloyd said, can still withdraw their payment while debit card payments can be refunded via cash back requests. The rest of the crowd who paid via cash will have to queue at designated points to see if they qualify to be refunded.
“It’s disappointing that Phones4u now won’t be refunding their customers but if you’re affected you may still be able to get your money back,” Lloyd added.
It is important to note that two UK carriers who aided the fall of Phones4u is in courtship management of the company to buy parts of the company. EE was said to be eying 58 stores which will save 359 jobs while Vodafone has made a swoop on 140 stores that had a capacity of 900 staff.
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