You can sometimes buy in their shop products in good prices, that is the reason I bought from them my Seagate 2TB green, the disc failed after few months, and when you try to contact them they made up senseless excuses, they don't even talk correct sentences just senseless words which you later put together as meaning ''no sorry'' there is no warranty talk with manufacturer. As they say they are not trained to offer you other product in place of broken one. As when you loose 2TB precious data isn't enough you will end up with empty wallet. I agree dabs.com might know how to sell you a product but that is where they finish their job. And as with every company making business in this way you can read up on their website dozen of comments from supposedly satisfied customers and off course only positive ones how wonderful the company is
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