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WOW Computer not very wowing!

Back page of the September Bulletin was full page ad for WOW! computer.  Although not endorsed by AARP one would think that adding a BBB Accredited Business emblem to their ad, it would be checked out by AARP.  I went directly to BBB and WOW Computer, where it boldly states:

THIS BUSINESS IS NOT BBB ACCREDITED.  

The advertiser listed as "first STREET for Boomers and Beyond, Inc.", has other AKA'S, also boldly states "THIS BUSINESS IN NOT BBB ACCREDITED" :

Alternate Business Name

  • Wow Computers & Repair
  • Technobrand
  • Wow Computers
  • First Street

Upon Googling the product, Amazon has a eye opening bunch of 1 Star ratings and strong complaints about how terrible the product is and the price a scam on the elderly.

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