Discussion in 'Gaming' started by AuDioFreaK39, 13 Oct 2008.
So they died twice?
Well makes sense.. if you insure the shipment and an accident happens, that's the point of the insurance, to get returned the amount that was lost.
Free 360's all round?
I'm sure that they can afford it, even if the insurer is refusing to pay out for this!
Ouch, thats gonna hurt! But i cant see the problem if they were insured?
whats a broken xbox worth?
can you break an already broken xbox?
maybe they want MS to use their own insurance to cover the loss, instead of dhl paying the loss
who knows, above our heads
they havent confirmed whether or not the consoles were faulty before hand, stop jumping to conclusions... and yeh, dhl should still be expected to pay up, cant see how they have found a route that means they dont have too...
its a fair assumption tho
if they were fixed or on way to be fixed, they werent "new", u wouldnt ship new consoles from california to hong kong where theyre actually made. and it does say thats the route they were on.
they shouldnt get the value of all 21,600 360's because 6480 of them would have been RROD anyway.
nah, you see MS loaded the train up with all RROD xboxes then "arranged" to have the train derailed to collect the insurance.
wouldnt surprise me.
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