Puerto Banus Market
by Ian Vard
Beware of the Frenchman selling mini WiFi speakers on the ground level, front line of the Central Plaza just opposite the Bank. On Saturday 16th August I purchased one such speaker at a cost of €25. I gave it as a present and the box was opened the following day. Unfortunately one of the volume buttons was jammed inside and the speaker and was therefore useless. My friend returned the speaker to the vendor the following Saturday as I had returned home, she was basically told it was her fault and if she wanted a replacement she would have to pay an additional €10. Of course she argued the toss but got nowhere. The worst part was he is a big man and she was afraid, moreover, he kept the speaker and did not refund or replace the item. Of course the vendors do not give receipts, therefore we have nothing.
I hope by posting this message you also will boycott this particular vendor.
PS. My friend also saw the same speakers on other stalls much cheaper at the Puerto Banus Market. So shop around.
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