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Microsoft deserves credit for the lengths they go to make up for mistakes.

A story on the WWE website shows how far Microsoft will go when it has made a mistake.

wweImageAfter accidentally removing WWE Superstars’ signatures from a 9-year-old boy’s XBox game console that he sent in for repairs, Microsoft officials contacted WWE in an attempt to work something out, reports the Nottingham Evening Post on April 7. The outcome is more than the boy could have ever hoped for. He and his mother will now receive another chance to meet with the Superstars and to get the console resigned at a WWE live event at the Nottingham Arena on April 13.

While many will just say that it's Microsoft's mistake and they should be making up for it, I say well done MS.

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