La Curacao in Manassas, VA

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Nathan R. rated

WORST EXPERIENCE EVERRecently I brought my Dell Alienware M14x Laptop (custom configured from Dell) to a computer repair store. While the computer was open it was noted that the clip on the motherboard that the optical drive cable plugs into missing/damaged and instead, a wadded paper was jammed into the port to provide tension to keep the cable on the mother board. When I was told in 2015 that the optical drive was repaired by replacing the cable, I incorrectly assumed that ‘fixed’ meant professionally repaired. This was bad enough, but things got worst upon speaking with your managers at the store! Ultimately the managers at the store were completely unhelpful except to give me a sales pitch on buying a new computer. I went to the website where the only way to speak with someone is through their online blog with one of their social media specialist. Their basic view was that since I couldn't prove in writing that the computer repair (that is the paper) was performed by them, then they couldn't do anything. Even though there is plenty of documentation that the computer had to be sent off to the service center out of state to be looked at in order to determine what repair could be made to fix what THEY BROKE and the computer was returned to me broken with a note from the service center that there was no replacement part and no repair option. The local store hid what they did from me and never documented for the company that they even attempted a repair. When it was first discovered that they broke my computer, they started discussing replacement computer options...now they are saying that there isn't proof that they did anything. I guess their thought is try to sweep everything under the rug and if it can go undetected long enough, then they can skirt their liability? DO NOT TRUST THEM AND IF YOU HAVE A COMPUTER REPAIRED - CHECK WHAT THEY REALLY DID! Bunch of crooks in my opinion.

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