Mac tried to scam me.

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paulb
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Mac tried to scam me.

Post by paulb » Sun Dec 16, 2018 9:29 am

I ask a question at an apple store about a none working mac I have. It was given to me as is none working and it didn't start. The people at apple said if I make an appointment to come back they will open it in front of me and tell me whats wrong with it.

Anyways I always mentioned that it stop working after a drink spilled on it. So when I finally get in after frustration of email verifaction of the appointment that never reach my email. I was shock the appointment was for handing the mac book over to them for service.

I said sorry but why would I do that when small business can do the same thing without an appointment. They said because we built the computer and that they thought was enough. As I said it was a scam.

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Vape Shop Contact Details - Needed

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