I ordered a GoPro at the beginning of October with their trade in deal (send in your old camera and get 25% off go pro hero 7 silver). I sent my old camera off and a few days later got an email from GoPro saying the payment could not be processed so I called them up to sort it out and they told me my order had been cancelled. The next day, I ordered another GoPro hero 7 in silver with my student discount. The following week I check my bank account and they have taken out payments for 2 orders! I called them up and they said they could not do anything about it as both orders had been shipped, I would have to return one and get a refund with the 30 day money back guarentee. I did that and was told I would get my refund within 7-21 days... It's now been OVER A MONTH and I havn't got my refund.
What accessories do you need with GoPro?
The GoPro Hero isn’t the camera for power users, and current Hero Black-series owners may find it difficult to integrate Hero footage with those from the more advanced siblings, but first-time action camera buyers and casual users will find a lot to love. The Hero represents a carefully curated selection of features designed to get you up and running as quickly as possible. While at times we found its limitations to be frustrating, more often than not, we appreciated its simplicity.
Somehow the cancellation of the original camera order failed so I later on received both cameras and was charged for both. Naturally I contacted them and as requested sent one of them back in order to receive the £285 of the £570 I just spent. By tracking the return I saw it was delivered back to them safely. After waiting for a month I realised that I never was given back the refund and instead had been charged another £285.... I have at this been charged £855 for one GoPro Hero8.
How do I get started in network marketing?
Two new features -- Digital Lenses and Capture Presets -- make their debut on the Hero 8. Both are really shortcuts to existing things, but like everything else on this camera, they do a good job making things easier to use and understand. In short, Digital Lenses is a new home for all the different fields of view settings (SuperView, Wide, Linear and -- new for the Hero 8 -- Narrow) while Capture Presets are exactly what they sound like: preset settings for popular use cases. (You can also define and save your own.)