THE NEW DUE WEST STORE IS OPEN (April 4, 2012)
We officially opened our new store in Suite 260 on April 4, 2012. We're in the same mall, to the right of Julep's. Why? TO SERVE YOU FASTER!! Our new store is so big the average wait time is only 1-2 days! Gone are the long wait times, the old "queue," and the bad parking. And we did it all without raising our prices, which we haven't changed for 4 years. Stop in, even if it's just to say, "Hello."
We LOVE our customers, and thank you for all your referrals to family and friends! We did it for you.
NEW LOGO & WEBSITE (Feb. 1, 2012)
We needed an update, so a great big THANK YOU to Angela Pereira of Peartree Photography for giving us an overhaul in the design department! We have a new logo, a new chick...and a new website. We're not quite done with the "real" website (way cooler than this one), but we hope this temporary one will give you an idea of what's to come. A big THANK YOU to Peartree Developers for our new website!
NEW SERVICES: CELL PHONE AND MOBILE DEVICE REPAIR (Dec. 15, 2011)
Both locations are now providing certified cell phone and mobile device repair services, as well as game console repair. We can repair damaged screens, water damaged devices, buttons, keyboards, broken cases, charging issues, battery problems, computer integration problems, and so much more. And we can repair any mobile device, cell phone, tablet, GPS, mp3 player you have. It’s just our way of keeping up with what you do and what you need.
CBS ATLANTA EVENING NEWS (Feb. 16, 2011)
We were flattered by the request for an interview after assisting a client who had her accounts hacked, but they clipped a critical statement. We gave an example of the types of hints people use, and how obvious it would be to guess the password. The purpose of the story and this statement was to help you see what NOT to do. If your password is your phone number, "password," "qwerty," or "12345678," please change it now. We recommend making your passwords tighter and longer, your hints not so obvious, and checking your facebook privacy settings frequently. Use a combination of numbers, upper and lower case (they cut that, too), and when possible, add a symbol. Don't set the same password for everything, and don't let anyone have your passwords. Computer professionals should never ask for your email, financial, or social media passwords. If you require assistance with products that require a password, your presence should be required while said services are performed. CBS no long has this story available for viewing.
IN THE AJC (June 30, 2008)
Read our feature story on the front page of the Living section from the June 30, 2008 AJC, or online (click here). THANK YOU to friends, family, my staff, customers, Karen Rosen, and Andy Sharp (AJC photographer) for making this possible!!
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