As a single, female, parent of 3 it is hard to find trustworthy and competent computer engineers. It truly is. In October of 2000 i became a single parent. I had allot of learning to do as far as employing the right companies for my computer repairs. I started with having pictures on my desktop deleted by one company and another erased all of my oh i can't tell you the professional term, but it scrambled everything in my computer. Understand i know minimal about computers! Another time my symbols when you sign into windows were gone and there was no way to sign onto google , yahoo, nothing and when i did get in it was off line and i didn't know how to get online. Last but not least when i received
my laptop back from one company my sound disappeared along with some private photographs! They broke my computer! I was so discouraged!
Finally i met the owner of Belltech Computers. I was very blessed with a company that was patient with my questions and offered reassurance when i was concerned after what i had gone through. It is such a relief to get to the point when you can tell Larry , (the owner) or Jeffrey, one of his Techs, the issues your having with the computer and you don't even need their feedback, you just trust their knowledge and drop it off and go on with your busy life. No stress because you know your computer is safe and it will be repaired by professionals. Another great thing is if you choose to ask what was wrong or what they repaired they are so patient with helping you understand without hesitation ,plus Larry has a little coffee house Zoe's Cafe right in his store it's so cool you can have superb coffee while you wait or just hang out with a laptop or tablet and get online, check your emails do some work etc..
You know it's hard to find companies with integrity and character these days and i feel i hit the jackpot after all the disappointment and money spent..Thank you Belltech Computers for alleviating the concerns in finding a trust worthy company for my computer repairs and design.
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