Saturday, May 5, 2012
Coffee Makers and Common Sense
On one occasion I purchased a mocha coffee pack from a local coffee merchant and about a week and a half later found that the product was no good, quite understandably I was not best impressed and went back to the dealer to either secure a refund or trade my purchase for some other coffee related product or items. Now It turns out had been very careless and lost the cashiers receipt that the coffee vendors employee had supplied me, due to the fact that the employee had quit the day after I was left with a fairly useless bundle of merchandise and an empty space in my account.
Another reason to look after your payment receipt when ordering coffee products is lets presume you buy italian coffee blender and 4 days later a far superior product arrives on the scene, clearly the coffee vendor you sourced it from won't give your funds back but all is not lost, a small loss will perhaps be incurred but the fact that the original coffee dealer gave you a payment receipt means that the day can still be saved. Due to the fact that your coffee product is so new it will definitely be worth offering it on an auction website that specializes in food and drink or coffee related merchandise, at the end of the day you are going to make a small cash loss but are not stuck with a product that you are not fully happy or pleased with.
Sales receipts are more valuable as you might suppose and they are closely connected with product insurance and your consumer rights, again imagine for a moment you buy an Italian coffee brewer or possibly a stainless steel coffee blender , then something happens and your coffee machine is destroyed, lost or stolen, if the coffee store receipt is safe then obtaining your insurance payment will be doubly fast when compared to if you had you lost that first cashiers slip.
When you are ordering items like cuban coffee samplers to glass coffee storage jars it might be that for some reason you will to take out some kind of warranty or further insurance, now this is all very well but 99% of all warranties will certainly require you to also produce a payment receipt with your warranty papers, now if you get a relatively expensive coffee then obviously it would be a catastrophe to lose your cashiers ticket as any possible warranty protection may be lost.
Even if you do not obtain a warranty when buying a coffee grinder or some other kind of coffee machine you will certainly need a receipt, there may be a number of reasons for you to return to the coffee merchant or electrical store and without a receipt you needn't bother going. Coffee products are no different from any other item you might purchase so you must ensure you keep that sales ticket.