I ordered a digitizer lcd assembly for my iphone 4. After I installed it, There appeared to be a dead spot on the digitizer. This was confirmed by AT&T store. When I called back CellularMedics to let them know, Dave said he wanted to first verify that it was the problem. I left 4 messages 4 days in a row, no one would return my call. I requested a return authorization per their policy, and again received no reply.I guess if your from out of state, Im in Pennsylvania, the feel they dont have to honor selling defective parts. This company will take your money, but dont expect your money back when you find out their parts are worthless.This isnt the last step, i intend to file a civil complaint against the company as well.
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