Almost no one reads the lengthy terms and conditions that come with nearly every piece of technology. But here's a reason you may want to start: Toshiba is charging a customer over $400 to fix his friend's hard drive because he wrote "X Faulty" on the label.
Chris, a computer technician, determined that the drive was defunct and did what he normally does when confronted with a broken hard drive—he marked it so no one else would use it. After he sent it in for repairs, Toshiba responded with an e-mail, saying the label was "written/torn" and they refuse to cover "this type of damage." You would hope they'd give the two a break. But no. They're charging $357.85 for parts and $60 for labor—totalling $417.85.