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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on July 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    How to Return Items Purchased on Flipkart 

    Our newsroom is full of people who mostly shop online, and it’s safe to say that many people reading this also buy a lot of things from sites like Flipkart and Amazon. But sometimes you get products that are not up to the mark for one reason or the other. If you bought something online but need to return it though, then the process is really simple as long as you do it right away.

    We’ve already explained the process for Amazon, but if you’re a Flipkart shopper, the process is equally simple. This is what you need to do:

    1. Go to your Flipkart Orders page.

    2. You’ll see a list of all your recent orders on this page. You can return items up to one month from the date of delivery, so don’t take too much time to do this. Find the item you need to return, and click the Return button on the right.

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on June 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    How to Return Items Purchased on Amazon 

    Amazon Great Indian Sale has kicked off, seeing huge discounts across a wide catalogue of products. The Amazon sale for the next four days will see discounts, cashbacks and other offers for products ranging from mobiles, tablets to laptops, TVs and more. Of course, the problem with shopping online, including on occasions such as the Amazon sale, is that you don’t see a product before buying it, and have to pay before you can try whatever you’re buying. We recently had to return some items to Amazon India, and if you’re ever in the same position, then this is what you need to know to easily make a return.

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    If the clothes you bought do not fit, or if you get an old, damaged copy of a book, you can return the product without even calling customer care to get this done. Amazon has a really simple interface for returns and scheduling a pickup. Here’s how to do that:

    Go to your Amazon orders page.

    Each order will be in a box. Scroll down to the order you want to return.

    Click the Return items button on the right side.

    Click the checkmark next to each product you want to return.

    On the right-side of the products you want to return, select a reason for return from the drop-down menu.

    Briefly explain the problem in the box that appears below the drop-down menu. This box will appear once you select a reason for return.

    Click Continue.

    In the next page, Amazon will offer a way to resolve the problem. In most cases there will just be one option selected by default – Refund. Click Continue.

    The next page is where you schedule a pickup. Select a pickup date from the drop-down menu.

    Your delivery address will be displayed by default. If you want to schedule a pickup at another address, click Change address.

    When you’re ready to complete the return process, click Submit. Amazon will send someone to pick up the goods you want to return. They’ll give you a return receipt. Keep that safe until the refund is credited to your account.

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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on March 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Microsoft Memo Shows High Return Rates for Surface Book: Report 

    Highlights Surface chief Panos Panay sent out this memo He claims that Consumer Reports heavily relies on two products’ data Return rates on the Surface Book and Pro 4 were very high at launch

    Microsoft’s Surface products came under the scanner when Consumer Reports released a survey report claiming that the laptops and tablets in this series were not reliable. The non-profit publication surveyed 90,000 tablet and laptop owners and found that an estimated 25 percent of those with Microsoft Surface devices would be presented with “problems by the end of the second year of ownership.” While Microsoft dismissed these claims at first, it didn’t provide any clarity or detail to counter the findings. Now, an internal company memo has been leaked, and it seems to dive deep into the study and the possible reasons why these incorrect conclusions were derived by Consumer Reports.

    According to the leaked internal memo, obtained by Paul Thurrott, high Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book return rates could have influenced the findings of the Consumer Reports study heavily. The memo shared a chart that showed return rates for the Surface Book, Surface Pro 4, and Surface Pro 3.

    The Surface Book, notably, has suffered the most, with return rates reaching to 17 percent at launch. It remained above 10 percent for six months, and is reported to have the highest return rates than any other Surface product in two years of its life cycle. Surface Pro 4 had 16 percent return rates at launch, but dropped below 10 percent in one month. Lastly, Surface Pro 3 also saw 11 percent return rates, but that also dropped to 10 percent soon after.

    In the memo, Surface products lead Panos Panay writes, “It’s important for us to always learn more from our customers and how they view their ownership journey with our products. Feedback like this

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  • jkabtech 2:17 pm on July 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Petya attackers expected to return via new vector 

    Extra caution advised when connecting to Ukraine.

    Researchers warn that the actors behind the destructive Petya/NotPetya/GoldenEye malware campaign in Ukraine could return via a new vector.

    Using telemetry data, Cisco’s Talos security offshoot has analysed how the Ukrainian MEDoc tax accounting firm’s software update mechanism was compromised to deliver the malware.

    Based on the recent spate of attacks, Talos believes the attackers could return through some other attack vector.

    “In short, the actor has given up the ability to deliver arbitrary code to the 80 percent of UA businesses that use MEDoc as their accounting software, along with any multinational corporations that leveraged the software,” the researchers wrote.  

    “This is a significant loss in operational capability, and … it is unlikely that they would have expended this capability without confidence that they now have or can easily obtain similar capability in target networks of highest priority to the threat actor.”

    Talos urged organisations with ties to Ukraine to take extra caution, including applying software patches, moving to Windows 10, and deploying network intrusion detection and prevention systems immediately if they have branches in Ukraine.

    The attackers compromised the MEDoc servers in April this year, using stolen credentials belonging to an administrator of the tax accounting software company.

    With administrator access to much of MEDoc’s networked systems, the attackers were able to release at least three software updates containing backdoors.

    Earlier analysis by security vendor ESET discovered code inserted to a dynamic link library in the updates that allowed attackers to spy on targets, and download and run code remotely on their computer systems.

    Police in Ukraine have seized servers at MEDoc, and the country has also extended its tax return filing deadline to help businesses hit by the supply chain attack.

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  • jkabtech 3:51 am on April 29, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    How criminals could steal your tax return 

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    On March 22 an employee at software company Pivotal Labs received an email purporting to be from CEO Rob Mee, asking for personal information about employees. Assuming the email was legitimate, the worker sent W-2 information

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