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feeling hurt/pissed of/upset... bla bla

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ghostspirit Sat 20-Dec-14 19:12:58

I split with ex because he was nasty and agressive.... When i was with him, for my sons birthday bought him a tablet but the ex picked it up for me as they did not have one in my local area. he put the policy for the extra protection against damage in his name. my sons tablet broke. I had to contact the ex because its all in his name and the shop/policy wont talk to me because its not in my name. then they said they would if i has pass words. i managed to sort that out. with aggressive ex. then the shop needed to talk to him again. then he told me he already has spoken to them. he calls them again to tell them this whilst calling them fucking usless fucking wankers shouting at them down the phone. now they wont help at all and because of him i have had to buy my son a new tablet. which i could not afford. what upsets me most is it its my son he has messed things up for. sad it was such a simple thing and he totaly messed it up. with no thought to my son.

ghostspirit Sat 20-Dec-14 19:52:18

or the knock on effect it has on everything else.

CogitOIOIO Sat 20-Dec-14 20:27:23

The cost of a new tablet may be the price you have to pay for severing ties. I'm sorry your DS is disappointed

Tryharder Sat 20-Dec-14 20:49:23

I would contact the shop in a day or so and speak to the person in charge. Explain the situation and that you are very sorry about the abuse that a member of staff suffered and that you hope that they will appreciate that it was out of your control. Perhaps they will be able to help you.

ghostspirit Sat 20-Dec-14 21:05:33

i have tried that tryharder. its been going on for 4 weeks. the ex sent me a message saying he will come into store with me and sort it out after xmas. i said no thanks

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