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Damaging MacBook for a replacement?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Vaion, Sep 4, 2015.

  1. Vaion

    Vaion Newbie

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    So Apple screwed me over and they made me pay for a repair. Even it is a new MacBook still on the basic warranty and I also have the extended warranty.
    on the top of that the MacBook works actually much slower after their "repair."
    since I paid a lot of money for this machine and I use it daily for work, I want to have what I paid for.

    Is it possible to damage a MacBook the way it will look like it was a machine failure, eligible for a replacement?
     
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  2. neverquitting

    neverquitting Regular Member

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    No. Also that's fraud, and we don't discuss that type of stuff here.