I received an email after I shipped my tablet to Samsung. The email had a sentence:
For real time repair status, please click the Repair Self Tracking button on the right.
When I clicked the designated button, the URL to which I was directed changed from https://www.samsung.com/us/support/service/tracking to https://www.samsung.com/us/support/service/.
The latter page is evidently the home page, where one submits/creates a ticket. I couldn't
determine where to ENTER the case number I'd been sent "For real time repair status".
I tried in a second browser, same issue. I'm not used to Samsung's support process since
I'm a recent escapee from the Apple community.
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Lol, just sent in my s8+ last week, thankfully I have a few older phones I can use, but was shocked to see this thread started back in September, pretty ridiculous, you'd think they'd at least change the automated email that gets sent out.
Edit: haha, gets better, got an email that the phone is repaired, this one says I can download the 'Samsung Cares app" to track the status of my ticket. I click the link and am met with "Item not found" on the play store... Not a good sign of how much they care.
LOL this is a tech company and the problem is STILL broken after a year but their email STILL says you can track in real-time and you click the link to a process that doesn't exist. At least take that part out of your email, Samsung. Geez.
Issue is still present. I just received an email telling me I could track a problem with my Galaxy S10+, and it just goes to a useless home page with no way to actually track the ticket number given.
I am honestly fairly shocked that this issue is still present and they still send out the emails after how long this ticket has been opened.
Was reading on my phone and the screen flickered green and went completley out then it would not turn back on, and it was already hard enough to get through chat support just to end up having to send it in. I had expected a tech company could at least handle repair tracking in 2019, guess my expectations are too high for a $1000+ device, from a high end company, crazy. :(
Doesn't instill a lot of trust when I send in a phone I gave you guys $1000 for and the way to track the progress hasn't worked for nearly a year. At that type of price range I would hope the company I gave all that money to could afford some web programmers to sort out issues. Otherwise I wonder where all our money is going to?