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Apple sued by Belgian consumer association for not applying EU warranty laws

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 2 years ago

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An anonymous reader writes "Following the recent Italian case. Apple is now being sued by the Belgian consumer association "Test-Achats" (french/dutch website) for not applying the EU consumer protection laws by only giving 1 year warranty on its products. At the same time, Apple is not only refusing to give the mandatory 2 years warranty but is also selling the additional year of warranty with it's Applecare products. If the consumer association wins it's case, Apple could be forced to refund Applecare contracts to it's Belgian customers while providing the additional year of warranty for free."
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