Crazy InfovisionPoor service, false commitment

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With reference with to my job sheet no [protected]/070214/4 of nokia care which was given by their authorized service centre which run under the name of crazy infovision where i had given my nokia 5300 on 14/02/07 for repair but till date i haven't received my mobile phone back.

Inspite of several reminder they have shown least interest in customer grievance. And also it is very petty to see that a brand like Nokia has very poor selection of centre manager, as i had to face one of the ### like Arnab Das in crazy infovision.

I fell helpless now and i really don't now how to handle this situation as i don't have time to run behind them.

Stay away from this Nokia centre!

Given below the address of nokia care:

Crazy Infovision
EMAIL: [protected]
Prop-Rajesh Singhania


  • Su
    Sunit Acharya Apr 13, 2010

    i gave my nokia 5610 XpressMusic for repair to this service centre...first they said it'll take rs.100 for repair...but when i went 2 take my phone bak...they're charging me rs.450...they are not giving it bak untill i pay the money...i had to give the money at last...
    what d f is dis?

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