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Has anyone ever had any dealings with or know the reputation of this company?
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Has anyone ever had any dealings with or know the reputation of this company?
About 6 months ago I purchased a video adapter "dongle" from them. As you know "Mac of All Trades" sells used items. This video adapter was used...but was supposed to be fully functional. When I got it & hooked it up...it sort of worked if it was kept in the "right" position...but if the cable was flexed..the video signal would "cut-out".

I contacted "Mac of All Trades"...and unfortunately they didn't have a 2nd one to send me (it's a VERY hard to find adapter)...but they seemed to be more than happy to give me a refund. I decided to keep the adapter because it "sort of worked"...and like I said it's a very rare adapter, especially for the price I paid.

So although my experience with "Mac of All Trades" wasn't 100% positive (they were willing to give me a refund)...I would still purchase from them again.

Now if the 2nd transaction didn't go well...

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I've sold a couple if iMacs to them with no problems. Received the checks in about 5 days after they received the iMac.

If there price is right I would sell to them again. I would not hesitate to buy from them either.

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I actually just contacted them again yesterday about the occasionally malfunctioning video adapter I purchased from them 6 or so months ago. They said that if they get another one in...they would be happy to replace it. So I will see how it goes.

I also found that they are listed with the Tampa, Florida Better Business Bureau (BBB)...and they have an A+ rating. The highest rating you can get from the BBB.

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In other news, my fiancee purchased an eMac G4 from them that still works and meets all of her needs. It came with Tiger, but I put Leopard on it.
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