The Buzz advertises services (for a fee of course) to unlock iPhones. In early March I presented the owner with my Sprint locked iPhone 5. The fee he told me was around $64 but when I paid w/ a credit card (to protect myself), I was charged just over $72.50. Apparently the owner doesn't know Texas laws prohibiting tacking on extra fees for using credit cards. Over the next 3 weeks the owner never obtained the code from his 3rd party vendor to unlock my phone. Each time I stopped by for an update it was "Still waiting, still waiting." At the end of the third week both he and I received an email from the 3rd party vendor saying they had been unable to unlock my phone & a refund was due. Six weeks later the owner of the Buzz has yet to apply a refund to me or issue a credit to my card. The owner's excuse? He claims the 3rd party vendor has yet to issue HIS refund. Since when is one conditional on the other? Sloppy service. Avoid this business like the plague.
My big problem is that I have a lot of old LP's and cassettes lying around. From the Parlament Funkadelics to Hot Buttered Soul it's all there...somewhere. So now that I have been dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century it is time to convert all that music into cd's. I saw one of …
Frys treats everyone as a shoplifter/criminal . Even though the exit is right after the checkout I have to go through a pat down like at the airport TSA. They need to check your receipt, check what's inside your bag, Bring your passport too cos they need to make sure you are a US citizen. I bought some software here because other stores had sold out. They gave me a $5 gift card with my purchase which I tossed right in the trash in front of the store Hitler making my point that I will never shop here again... even if things were free!