Best Buy Oxymoron – (a.k.a. Optimization)

Would you pay $39.99 to improve your computer’s processor speed by 200%? What about software updates that would take you two days to perform on your own? Or how about services that take an “incomplete” computer and make it more useful? Good deals, right? Just one problem: None of these claims – made by real Best Buy sales clerks about the company’s Geek Squad optimization services – is true. Read on

One Response to “Best Buy Oxymoron – (a.k.a. Optimization)”

  1. ja Says:

    As I've stated before… I wouldn't take my dog there to get washed.. I mean seriously? Really? Have you seen these "GEEKS"!

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