Martin Lewis: Faulty tech? Don’t let ‘em fob you off with ‘sorry you’re out of warranty’
If you've bought some tech that's gone faulty and you've had to take it back, don't let them fob you off with 'sorry you're out of warranty'. That's the message from MoneySavingExpert.com founder Martin Lewis' in his latest video. Watch Martin’s Warranty Schmaranty two-minute video, or carry on reading below.
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