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“The gamer, who goes by the name "iapetus," pointed to European law Directive 1999/44/EC, which states in part that goods sold must "comply with the description given by the seller" and that all necessary features be "made known to the seller at the time of purchase.”
“NeoGAF administrator 'iapetus' just got a partial refund from Amazon UK for his launch-day PlayStation 3 60GB model.”
“As the story goes, NeoGAF forum moderator "iapetus" cited European law to argue that his 60GB console no longer operated as advertised.”
“iapetus' took his complaint directly to Amazon, where he'd bought his console.”
“iapetus", then replied quoting a European Union directive (which was then incorporated into national laws) requiring that goods comply with the description given to the seller.”
“They didn't mention that those plastic surgery'd girls in Brazil likely have Brazilian bikini waxes, which would probably get these idiots online booking their tickets in about 23 seconds. iapetus on April 07, 2009”
“July 09, 2008 at 03:29 PM iapetus, you left out the big crater that makes it look like the death star though.”
“European law responsibility is placed on retailers and not product manufacturers, and Directive 1999/44/EC states that goods must "be fit for the purpose which the consumer requires them and which was made known to the seller at the time of purchase". iapetus subsequently obtained his partial refund despite his console being out of warranty and Amazon's 30-day guarantee, according to PlayStation University.”
“If we roll back the clock, Sony had previously made it known that you could install an "Other OS," and this is what iapetus argued.”
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