Computer shop stripped my laptop parts and gave it back to me. what do i do?
Topic: Phone case shopping
July 19, 2019 / By Ayeesha Question:
ok so my aunt gave me a laptop to fix because the computer shop was unable to. They said there was water damage but the laptop did turn on before she gave it to them. She got it back and they said they put in a new part but still didnt work.
So when i got it i opened it up but all the parts were taken out. that includes the wifi card, the heatsink for the processor, the ram, and some screws.
The only thing left was pretty much the hard drive, case and screen.
What can i do?
Best Answers: Computer shop stripped my laptop parts and gave it back to me. what do i do?
Abihail | 10 days ago
Get another broken but good spec laptop, mark all the components with a UV security pen, then get someone who looks like they know absolutely nothing about computers to take it into the same shop for repairs.
Phone the police if anything is missing, because the parts are UV marked you would have them red handed.
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Without solid evidence, not a lot. If you can prove that the laptop turned on before you gave it to the shop, then you may be able to get them on a theft charge. Or you could just take the shell of your laptop and beat them to death with it. Always an option.
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Call your state attorney general, post complain on better business bureau, and call your local tv station to see if they have a consumer fraud or consumer journalist that should take this on. If it happened to your aunt, it happened to many more. Get this company out of business and shame them to bankruptcy
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