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  Reply # 298420 12-Feb-2010 15:36
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kelly00527: www.justlaptops.co.nz

You just happen to work there, right?

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  Reply # 298422 12-Feb-2010 15:41
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yes, i work here.

 
 
 
 


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kelly00527: yes, i work here.


just wondering, is your company going to put itself up on pricespy.co.nz at all?




I have moved across the ditch.  Now residing in Melbourne as a VOIP/Video Technical Trainer/Engineer. 

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Decimate:
shiroshadows: http://www.laptopuniverse.co.n.../

Bought 2 laptops from there
1st my sister knocked off the table and broke the screen
Second got quality for my money.
Was an ex-lease though
but nothing wrong with it.
Had I got a new Laptop with the same spec of mine couldve cost me $1000+
Scored this laptop for 800


Absolutely agree with this, they have been fantastic on the times I've dealt with them, and they can get just about any replacement part you could ever need also.


I would have to disagree with this. I bought and paid for a laptop through them only to be told that they don't have any of the laptop I bought available and won't have again.

They then went on to offer me a laptop of a lower spec than the one I ordered. I am now in the process of trying to get a refund off them 

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