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Registered: ‎06-01-2014

a canon employee at irvine, california stole my camera battery. canon won't do anything about this.

a canon employee at irvine, california stole my camera battery.  canon will not provide me with a new battery.

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Registered: ‎01-19-2014

Re: a canon employee at irvine, california stole my camera battery. canon won't do anything about t

Was there a repair that was related to the battery?

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Re: a canon employee at irvine, california stole my camera battery. canon won't do anything about t

Hello Corbett945,

 

Please call the Irvine Factory Service Center at 866-510-1335 for further assistance.  Please have your repair number ready when calling in.  Their hours are 8:00AM to 6:00PM PST, Monday - Friday.

 

Thanks!

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Re: a canon employee at irvine, california stole my camera battery. canon won't do anything about t

since a canon employee stole/misplaced my camera I HAVE REQUESTED CANON TO FED EX OVERNIGHT A BATTERY TO ME - canon will NOT TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ISSUE.

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Re: a canon employee at irvine, california stole my camera battery. canon won't do anything about t

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First comment: this forum is intended for Canon owners like you and me to discuss issues.  It's not intended as a way to discuss issues directly with Canon.   For that, you should call them at the number above.

 

Just as a comment as a third party observer: I understand your frustation, and perhaps you were wronged.  Regardless, if your manner when discussing the issue directly with Canon is anything like your manner in this thread, then I'm not completely surprised that you feel they're not being responsive with you.  I recommend you discuss the issue with Canon in a calm, civilized manner.  Your chance of having a representative look into the matter and possibly send you out a replacement battery would greatly increase.

 

It's been a long while since I've sent anything in, but I remember there being a bunch of signs, at the Irvine facility in fact, that said to remove all batteries, SD cards, special accessories, etc before giving to them.  I even remember the lady checking before taking my camera.  I don't know if this was the case with you, but if you accidently sent in your camera with the battery and were not supposed to, then certainly I'd take a delicate manner when discussing.  A battery isn't really a big commodity item for Canon and I've found their customer service to be excellent, I wouldn't be surprised if they righted the issue even if they weren't in the wrong.  But they're not going to if you're acting irate.

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