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One stop shopping, Holiday worries are gone

Website made to be easily accessible.
My confidence in the quality of products is exceptionally high.
At any time I had questions or concerns, the support crew wasted little time to determine a solution.
Patient, friendly and professional service.
I look forward to the next batch of new items.

I was really disappointed with customer…

I was really disappointed with customer service with my last purchase experience. I even talked to supervisor to try and smoother a situation and process order for TV. I’m a returning customer and been with MDG for a long time. Long story short I was promised that I’ll get my TV delivered within 9-15 days but I just received a message that it’s been shipped only today and closest delivery date is December 7th. It’s over 2 weeks from now and I already waiting 2nd week

Never had we ever delt with a more…

Never had we ever delt with a more understanding and friendly company!

Fast & Efficient

The process of this purchase was simple, easy, fast & efficient.

Awesome response to my order and…

Awesome response to my order and excellent service through out the process

Professional

Professional, knowledgeable, and fast service with no delays. MDG has provided me with product for many years and I’ve never been disappointed. The service is excellent and together with there customer service i think they are an exceptional company.

Always friendly

Always friendly, fast and accurate!!

this is third iteam i have gotten from…

this is third item i have gotten from MDG and i have to say i am more then happy. This gaming computer is super fast and handles all the high end games with no issue thanks again MDG for making buying so simple.

Rec’d Damage TV -NO Exchange or Refund

I ordered an 85″ TV as I neared the end of my basement remodel. Ended up taking about 3 weeks longer than expected meanwhile my TV arrived 16days late but no problem (SO I Thought) because of the reno delays. When the TV arrived I inspected the box there was absolutely no damage to the outside of the box so I left the box literally at my front door foyer untouched until the day I was finally ready to open the box and use my BRAND NEW TV. To my surprise after unpacking all the massive shipping material the screen was [email protected]$#%@% . I immediately called customer service and was told SORRY you are 10 days past your 30 day return period. I stated I wasn’t asking for a return I wanted a replacement TV as the one I received was damaged. They said that was also considered a return.I said I am expected to pay for a $1700 TV that I can not use? I they gave me so ridiculous number to a samsung repair shop in Canada. I live in GA-USA. The next time I called they told me to find my own repair shop. Finally I called SEARS TV repair and when the tech arrived he was surprised to see the TV still in the BOX with all the original packing and the first thing he noticed that the TV was missing the clear shatter resistant film that usually sticks to the screen he said would not touch the TV as it was clear to him that the TV was shipped in this condition also noting no damage to the that would cause such severe cracking no damage to the Styrofoam that was supposed to be protecting the screen. So yet a third call to MDG and I finally reached someone I thought was genuinely trying to help me who said she would forward my information to UPPER Mgmt. and promised to call back the next day. She never called. I called back for a 4th time and the NO returns song started singing again. So I now have an 85 inch TV still in box all original packing sitting in my brand newly remodeled basement. Thank YOU MDG——I will see you in court with my expert witnesses I now have 2 licensed and certified SAMSUNG repair tech who have given statements regarding the TV. AND I HAVE STOPPED YOUR AUTHORIZED PAYMENTS. You have an additional 7 days to contact me to get your damaged TV back or I will throw it in the garbage because that is exactly what it is now. I hope SAMSUNG is proud of how you represent them when you resale their products.

great place to buy things fast delivery…

great place to buy things fast delivery great payment plan all around awesome

Not even 1 star

Not even 1 star! We applied for a laptop finance and they denied it and accused me basically of of fraud impersonating my husband because when they call him they talk to “me” a lady. My husband has damage to his vocal cords caused by a serious accident and is beyond repair..his voice sounds high pitched. He was at work when they called him and almost no signal so he asked me to call and ask why the application has been denied. they didn’t even want to to listen to an explanation just told us the application is denied.. So basically they based the approval on the sound of a voice.
Worst customer service! Imagine how my husband feels!

I received excellent service

I received excellent service, fast and courteous.

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Is it okay to buy a Television from MDG Computers? Or is MDG a scam?

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Jan 20th, 2012 7:25 am

Is it okay to buy a Television from MDG Computers? Or is MDG a scam?

It looks like MDG has good deals on TV’s but do you end up paying more?

There are also other posts like this on other forums but they are all old like this one.

Would it be worth buying a TV from MDG? So there is a Fee on top of it isn’t there, would you end up paying more for the TV then its real price?

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Jan 20th, 2012 9:43 am

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Jan 20th, 2012 10:19 am

$15/month) but they don’t tell you how long you have to pay them for. Add on their interest starting at 9.8% and you’ll be paying well over the retail price of the TV by the end.

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Jan 20th, 2012 10:23 am

how? interest is a scam? are credit card companies scamming us too bec. they charge interest?

anyhow, my cousin bought a desktop from them a long time ago and paid in full. computer lasted for a long time.

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Jan 20th, 2012 12:03 pm

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Jan 20th, 2012 12:57 pm

O1IN85 wrote: ↑ how? interest is a scam? are credit card companies scamming us too bec. they charge interest?

anyhow, my cousin bought a desktop from them a long time ago and paid in full. computer lasted for a long time.

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Jan 20th, 2012 12:58 pm

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Jan 20th, 2012 1:11 pm

O1IN85 wrote: ↑ how? interest is a scam? are credit card companies scamming us too bec. they charge interest?

anyhow, my cousin bought a desktop from them a long time ago and paid in full. computer lasted for a long time.

No, what they let you to think you buy is not what you really get is a scam.
Charging you $1000 for a $300 worth of computer is a scam.
Giving you used part and making you think you are buying new is a scam.

Check various MDG threads in this forum.

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Jan 20th, 2012 1:57 pm

O1IN85 wrote: ↑ how? interest is a scam? are credit card companies scamming us too bec. they charge interest?

anyhow, my cousin bought a desktop from them a long time ago and paid in full. computer lasted for a long time.

by the sound of it neither you nor your cousin know much about computers. computers outlive their usefulness, they don’t break down. the fact that your cousin used it for that length of time is a consequence of the components that it came with (could have been bought for cheaper), which just means he overpaid that much more for a “premium” MDG computer. interest on a $500-1000 computer that makes it a $1000-3000 computer is a scam because it preys on the ignorance of consumers, like your cousin, who do not know much about computers.

who abbreviates because as “bec.”?

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Jan 20th, 2012 3:08 pm

I checked OP’s link, selected one of the TV’s at random and it took me to an “Online Credit Application” page where you fill out your personal information. One of the first thing it asks you for is your Social Insurance Number. That should immediately set off a very loud alarm in your head.

There are really very few instances in which the average person should give their SIN number to someone else, and this is certainly not one of them. Credit checks can easily be done with someone’s credit card number or even a driver’s license number, there’s really no reason they should be asking for your SIN number.

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Jan 20th, 2012 6:22 pm

O1IN85 wrote: ↑ how? interest is a scam? are credit card companies scamming us too bec. they charge interest?

anyhow, my cousin bought a desktop from them a long time ago and paid in full. computer lasted for a long time.

http://www.mdg.ca/finance/tvs.aspx?PID= It looks like MDG has good deals on TV’s but do you end up paying more? There are also other posts like this ]]>