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July 27, 2011, 06:59:18 PM
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Anything you see here you can order at that price plus shipping pay for it in BTC , but I want 1.5 btc for my time to order it and if you have any returns then it helps pay for that time to.
All sales are final, if you get something from there and you dont like it i can RMA it but you only get in-store credit for the amount you paid for item less the shipping.
www.malabs.com

just send me a list of item #s and then i will ad it to a cart with what ever shipping decide and then ad 1.5 btc to the total. thats all the mark up im looking for.

Robert
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July 27, 2011, 09:02:17 PM
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How does malabs compare to CDW prices.  Im not a big fan of CDW, its the vendor my employer uses though
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they give and take each product has its up and downs with their price and service.
but I have ordered more from CDW do the fact they also carry Macintosh.
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