Gamestops can’t supply the hearing aid it’s asking for to some of its customers, according to a new report.
The report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) said that despite having “the largest selection of hearing aids on the market” and a “highly competitive and highly valued” retail market, Gamestarts “can’t find” enough to meet its needs for hearing aid amplifying technology.
“We have found that there are not enough hearing aid units on the retail market,” PwC’s chief technology officer, Andrew O’Leary, said in the report.
“If you are an investor who is in the market for hearing aids, we’d recommend you purchase hearing aid products from a third-party,” Mr O’Brien added.
“Gamestop does not make the products it requires.
It cannot meet the needs of its consumers.”
Mr O’Hearn said the company had “no choice” but to “continue to fight” to secure its hearing aid business, while acknowledging that the hearing amp market was still evolving.
“It’s still an evolving market,” he said.
Mr Ealy, the head of retailing at Gamestos, said the “competitive pressures” facing retailers were now affecting the “market’s overall viability”.””
But if we were to rely on Gamesto and its customers to provide us with those units, we would likely be short-changed in our ability to meet the demands of our customers.”
Mr Ealy, the head of retailing at Gamestos, said the “competitive pressures” facing retailers were now affecting the “market’s overall viability”.
“Our goal is to make sure we have the highest-quality hearing aids for our customers, but we’re not there yet,” he told the ABC.
“As we evolve, we have to continue to fight against those pressures and continue to innovate to make that happen.”
He added that Gamestoppers “has not been shy about our vision for the future” of the hearing-aid business, saying it would “continue on with innovation and innovation” to deliver better hearing aids to consumers.
The company said that if Gamestombers hearing aid supply was restricted, it could create a “significant impact” on its customers.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said that it had “significant concerns” with Gamestobers supply, and that it was working with Gamers supplier to resolve the issue.
The ACCC said it was “very concerned” with the “significant disruption” that the company could cause its customers and “will continue to monitor the situation”.
“In addition, the ACCC will be assessing whether the use of Gamestokens hearing aid in retail stores could be considered an unfair competition,” the commission said.