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  #1928346 3-Jan-2018 08:44
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Is Computer Lounge a Legitimate company? 

 

I paid for them online on Wednesday the 27th of December and I haven't heard back and nobody returns my calls when I call them.

 

Of course it is holiday time so they may not even be at the office but PB Tech are still open for business except for a few day's they were closed...    




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  #1928397 3-Jan-2018 10:41
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Update:

 

 

 

They just called me back now the supplier was closed and only just opened today.

 

They said they will keep me updated and I should have the product within a week.

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1928401 3-Jan-2018 10:52
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Starscream122:

 

Is Computer Lounge a Legitimate company?  

 

 

Totally legit - I have had more than 100 dealings with them and I always get excellent service.

 

Your only problem is the NZ silly season, with many businesses in hibernation.

 

 

 

PS   I once made the mistake of buying [up-market] earbuds from the USA - cost USD $10 PLUS USD $50 courier!  Never again.  frown





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  #1928405 3-Jan-2018 11:19
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Wow lol




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  #1937634 12-Jan-2018 12:26
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Update:

 

 

 

Thanks @Jase2985

 

 

 

I received them today and they are indeed the correct one's 

 

I only needed 1 to replace the other one I lost so I have 9 remaining expensive @ $20 for 10 

 

but hey that's just what you pay I guess

 

I'll just have to be careful when putting them in tight jeans cause the cups can come off and get lost.  


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