[access-uk] Software unusable where does the law stand?

  • From: "Dj Paddy" <mygroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <bcab@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 15:22:29 +0100

Hi all.

I decided to purchase Reg cure on Monday.

When I did get my licence code I couldn't enter it, and still can't.  The 
text field appears not to be usable with either Jaws or Window Eyes.

I immediately sent a polite support email off and requested a full refund 
under accessibility terms.

I did pay for it using Pay Pal so that gives me another avenue of recorse. 
I'm wondering though does anyone know if this company would be covered under 
the DDA,

Basically I'm looking a way I can get my money back because I can't use the 
software I payed for because of poor design.

I haven't heard anything from them yet, and it's quite frustrating not being 
able to use this thing I payed for.

It's an internet download so it's not like I can return the CD and ask for a 

Anyone know where I stand?  I really dont' want to be out 30 quid for 
nothing here.
Dj Paddy 

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