PCGenerations replaces parts and uses *** for testing
On my first visit to PCGenerations in Tampa, their techs used *** movies to test my new video card, leaving the file names visible in my "recent files" list. No harm done I thought, and let it slide. On my second visit, the system was infected with a virus when returned to me -- with a new HD, no less. And unless a file named "busty blond gets hammered" is a HD diagnostic tool, they again watched *** on my system, as indicated by the "recent files" listing. I then noticed they had installed a refurbished drive instead of a new one, and had swapped my high speed RAM for slower cheap chips. Complaining to the store, I was given the "oh you must be mistaken, our employees are top notch" spiel and brushed off. They're a gaggle of cheap hacks as far as I'm concerned.
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