Steve Jones - SSC Editor wrote:
Jeff Moden wrote:
Has anyone had any dealings with NewEgg.com? They've got 1 heck of a deal on a laptop that I'd like to get but...
- They are not BBB accredited.
- They've got nothing but bad reviews on the BBB site. Of course, few people will get onto the BBB site to say a company was good but they are a solid 1 out of 5 stars.
I've purchased some stuff from them, and it's worked as well as going to the local Microcenter in Denver. Some parts are bad, some are great. The more technical stuff you get, you find this. They've taken things back and replaced them for me. I think they're as good as anyone, but they sell to a lot of people, many of whom have tempers and like to type. There will be bad reviews.
Thanks, Steve. Understood on the people that post the bad reviews. Like I said on my original post on this subject, people don't generally login to the BBB site to pay compliments.
And, serendipitously, it's been a real long time since I've had to deal with any kind of hardware and had forgotten the name of it. It's "MicroCenter". Thanks much for the reminder.
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