MacBook geek’s worst nightmare

Do you have any idea what could possibly be the worst thing that could happen to MacBook geeks?

MacBook geek’s worst nightmare

How about lavishly spending $2164.89 on a new MacBook Pro at a well known store and to your utmost shock, they send you a slab of paving stone instead of the real thing?

Sounds impossible and believe it could never happen to you?

Wrong! That’s exactly what has happened to Ryan and today he’s a very frustrated MacBook geek.

MacBook geek’s worst nightmare


We may never know what really happened here. He could have been victimized by the well known store but on the other hand, this could be just another bloody scam. If you do not want this sort of thing to happen to you, Consumerist has a great guide to help you protect your purchases. Read it today!
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