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MakeYourPC.co.uk?


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Anyone know anything about them? I want a new PC but Dell and Alienware are too expensive, this place looks good and is a lot cheaper, but I'm unsure whether to trust them as I can't find anything about them on Google. What do you think?

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Can I suggest you consider Novatech as a long established company with a good reputation and good after sales service

http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/

I can't find anything about Makeyourownpc either and I can't find an address on their web site either

Another alternative is www.ebuyer.com

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spuds

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The domain name that you gave, appears to be registered on 10 June 2011 to Joshua Brodie as a non-trading individual,on the 1&1 register. The persons other details have been omitted from the WHOIS service, and at present is being processed!.

Doesn't appear to be any website etc, so how did you come by MakeYourPC.co.uk ?.

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buteman

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Spam probably.

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961

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There is a web site

http://www.makeyourpc.co.uk/

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spuds

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Apologies for that, I must have missed it.

Checking the website, it doesn't seem to provide the address or telephone number required, and payment is via PayPal without vat charges.

According to ZA Check Point the site was registered with 1&1 less than 3 months ago!.

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