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Black Friday

- Sat, 23 Nov 2019 18:16:28 EST bggnD4Hk No.122608
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Thinking about upgrading to new, built PC on black friday, where would you shop ? Onlne, or brick? Am I right to be steering away from refurbished units?
JamesCicklesudge.mdl - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 01:48:27 EST TOmHsgwD No.122611 Reply
I am under the impression that refurbished may mean devices may have considerable hidden known or undisclosed flaws, which may make them
plentiful and inexpensive to the consumer. We talked about this and the
conclusion is buyer beware. Research the product alone at least.
HeddaGoodbury.nlm - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 22:41:55 EST sw7bxPVc No.122612 Reply
Refurbished isn't that bad. Was returned for some reason. May not have even been damaged, or was damaged but fixed. Make sure there's a good return policy.
MatildaPondercocke.html - Tue, 03 Dec 2019 20:37:18 EST s64QoJo9 No.122622 Reply
Latefag here. I would still go with Amazon, even if I were not late.

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