Skinomi Skin Protector Issue
I am curious if anyone else, with a ViewSonic G Tablet and the Skinomi Skin Protector, received a skin that does not seem to match the layout of the tablet, both front and back. I ordered the skin that protects the front and back and what I received just does not seem to line up with anything.
The front has only one hole and an odd 1 inch x .5 inch rectangle in it. The hole does not match up to my camera aperture or my light sensor aperture. The rectangle makes absolutely no sense.
The back is the most messed up skin I have seen. I know the skins come in a few different pieces that fit together like a puzzle but the back has two main parts to it and those main parts do not fit together because they seem to go on two different hemispheres of whatever they think this skin should fit on. Then the four rubber plug holes that are in each corner do not match up to the skin holes. They are not even close. That is the best I can describe the back. It has to be the wrong skin is my conclusion.
Overall this skin is smaller both width and length wise. The picture that is shown in the product page is definitely not what I received. If the actual product is suppose to be different there was no disclaimer stating that the picture shown was just for example purposes and not a reflection of the actual product.
If anyone can give me some feedback on their own experiences I would greatly appreciate it. I sent Skinomi an e-mail about this but I explicitly explained to them that I would not be paying for return shipping and that they WILL be sending the correct product through a 2-day shipping scheme. That is if it was the wrong product that was sent to me. If it is in fact the right product then I am definitely getting my entire purchase price back.
I have been through the situation where the wrong product was shipped before and the problem was remedied but it is a big time sink and nuisance to the customer. If only you could charge companies, that screw up like this, for the time and effort you have put forth. It might actually prompt them to make sure they get it right the first time.