Cherry Hill Courier Post Covers RESCUECOM Holiday Computer Buyers Guide

RESCUECOM Provides Tips on Computer Shopping for the Holidays

November 25, 2006
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CONSUMER ADVICE: Computer buyers should take time

The national computer repair company RESCUECOM has issued a Holiday Computer Buyer Checklist -- items to consider before purchasing the first one the retailer suggests you get.

They include:

Consider the user. Is this person tech-savvy? Does he or she have the latest iPod that holds 30,000 songs?

Don't get sticker shock. Not by the high prices, but by the low prices. If the deal seems to good to be true, it probably is.

Protect against the bugs. Make sure you've purchased an anti-virus and anti-spyware software programs with the computer.

Google Reviews

Jay Amburgey
Jay Amburgey
a month ago
I was having trouble with my gmail email and I contacted Rescuecom and a technician named Roy helped
...I was having trouble with my gmail email and I contacted Rescuecom and a technician named Roy helped me restore email and folders that I thought were deleted or lost. I highly recommend these guys for your technology needs and they also help with cellphones, routers and tv's. Way to go Rescuecom. less
Jean Ende
Jean Ende
2 months ago
I was in a panic because I'd been hacked--they saved the day and took care of all my problems right
...I was in a panic because I'd been hacked--they saved the day and took care of all my problems right away. less
Rubin Cohen
Rubin Cohen
2 months ago
Excellent service, restored my computer, very good interaction, highly recommended
...Excellent service, restored my computer, very good interaction, highly recommended less
Jon Murphy
Jon Murphy
2 months ago
Everything has been great! I am really glad to have the help with tech support for my private practi
...Everything has been great! I am really glad to have the help with tech support for my private practice, 10/10 highly recommend. less
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