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Complaint Review: Cpu-parts International - Nationwide

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Cpu-parts International AKA Horizon Pc ripoff! Scam! Little Rock Arkansas

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I wish I knew about this site a month ago. I "bought" a computer from cpu-parts international in time for it to be shipped for christmas. I was fooled by their nice web-site and secure pages into thinking that the company was legit. Well it is not. When I called the Arkansas Better Business Bureau to file a report the lady told me that they had received many phone calls about that "business".

The company stopped responding to my emails and phone calls ((501) 612 7727 just in case someone else wants to try). I was lucky in that my credit card company and bank (Bank of America Visa) were nice enough to refund my money and start an investigation. If anyone purchased a computer from them please call your credit card company right away. Don't let them get away with this!

Topeka, Kansas

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