11-11-2019 01:00 PM
I purchased a Surface Pro 6 on 8/9/19 and returned it on 9/4/19. I exchanged it for a Surface Laptop 2 which was backordered and could be picked up on Sunday 9/8/19. At the time of returning the Surface Pro 6 I was issued a credit for it and recharged for the Surface Pro 2.
On Saturday, 9/7, I changed my mind and cancelled, on line, the Laptop 2. Never thought anymore about it until I received a statement showing I owed for the Surface 2. Since September 9, 2019 I have bbeen disputing this with no satisfaction, I finally was told today by a BB employee that they could no longer help me.
If I had picked up the purchase in the store on 9/8/19, would I have had to sign for it? I never returned to the store and I never picked it up. I cannot get a credit for the non-purchase.
Help would be appreciated
11-13-2019 12:24 PM
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