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on 6 March 2013
This product is a Wii controller. The plastic outside is much the same whoever you buy from, but the gubbins inside is what enables you to make it talk to your TV and Wii platform. This can vary a lot, so shop carefully. This is my final letter to Memory Capital, who by now I have corresponded with more than with my own parents.
Two were mailed back to you in the same envelope.
We will now consider this correspondence closed and leave negative feedback.
To conclude. We ordered two Wii controllers before Xmas. Both failed. We tried your advice. They still failed. You replaced one. The replacement worked. We requested a replacement for the second. We then sent both originals back together - we had no reason to keep them as they were lousy. It is now March and you are denying receipt, though if you got one, you got both.
Do you really think we would have kept on asking for a replacement for 3 months if we hadn't been owed one?
It isn't like your Wii controllers are good or usually work or anything. (One out of 3 ain't good)
If I was going to pester a company for a freebie, I'd pester someone who sold good stuff.
We only pestered you because we paid you money, and you still owe us one working Wii controller.
I would have given up on you weeks ago, but my husband has been dealing with the correspondence and he seriously believed you might have made an honest error. Who knew there was such innocence left in the world?
Off to leave feedback now.
I think I will just upload this letter.
Thanks for an unforgettable relationship