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  • 1.0 star rating
    First to Review

    Similar to what others have found both on here and other review sites, he fixes one thing and another breaks, and best of all there's never an apology or any admission of having wasted your time. Not only that, but he repeatedly gave me back a phone that wasn't working. Joker.

    My iPhone had stopped charging so I took it in. The guy told me it was a common fault, would cost £25 to fix, and would be ready at closing time. I came back at six, he hasn't tested it but said "I'm sure it's fine, bring it back if there's any problems".

    Surprise surprise, when I got home the phone still wasn't charging.

    I took it back the next time I was in Bristol (a few days later) and pointed out that he hadn't fixed it. The guy took it back (no apology), and told me to call back in an hour. When I come back, the phone is at last working and he powers it on to prove.

    Get home. Switch on phone, now the home button isn't working. Grrrr.

    I took it back yet again and of course I got no apology for wasting my time, the guy just made a puzzled face and started tinkering with it (as if I wasn't there). After five minutes he said "ok all done, thanks bye". I tested it in front of him and the home button still isn't doing anything. No apology again, he just said "that's strange", followed by another five minutes of pulling at the button with a screwdriver. Finally "ok I think it's done". I tested it myself and finally it was working (though considering what he's done, I'm wondering how long it'll last). Still no apology, he just said "ok thanks bye" and pulls out his own phone and started messing with it.

    Total joker. Avoid.

    • Qype User Nc1…
    • Bristol
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    • 1 review
    1.0 star rating

    Avoid this shop!!
    Brought a iphone4 screen, was told that if I choose to repair it I have no warranty.
    I get home, fit it (10 years of pc engineering exp) and surprise surprise it's faulty.
    This is clearly a scam, a quick £30 for them..
    Upon ringing them, they point blank refuse to help..

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