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Accidental damage

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by (GTV)Chris, Apr 8, 2003.

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  1. (GTV)Chris

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    If your kit is out of warranty...lets say a projector, and it breaks...whats to stop you from smashing it to peices on the floor and claiming on the house insurance???:p
     
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    your conscience ;)
     
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    He he :D

    I've thought the same, but I'm guessing with something of such a high value, they'd want to come out and inspect the damage. How good a liar are you? Me? I'm terrible at lying, so it wouldn't work for me. They'd suss me out in an instant.

    I do not condone insurance fraud in any way, shape or form. ;)
     
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    Don't see any point in this thread, or indeed understand why it's even in here?

    ......sorry, missed he word "projector" in there :D

    Oh, nearly forgot:

    That would be illegal.
     
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