Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Consumers picking up new mac books might want to read this story regarding Best Buy's supposed Mac optimization service. Like many computer and internet related tech services sold on an unsuspecting and unknowing public, it sounds like it may be useless and a complete waste of money. And if Best Buy is selling such a useless service, the practice may be ripe for consumer redress in a consumer class action.
For starters, Macs come out of the box, ready to go and virus proof - thus, there is no reason for any such service. In fact, that is why Mac has continued to win kudos from users.
If you feel you have been sold useless tech services or internet and computer products, contact an experienced internet and civil litigation attorney.