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    I was just wondering if anyone the US (it's a US retailer) tweakers here have any experience with Directron.com

    They have some good prices on a few things I'm after, but I want to know if anyone has anything good, bad, or whatever to say about them first
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    I believe tis belongs somewhere in the Trading Post area.

    And, from what Ive seen and heard, Directron.com is a good place to buy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd_man2003
    I believe tis belongs somewhere in the Trading Post area.
    I wasn't too sure where to put this...maybe one of the mods will move it if they agree
    [b]And, from what Ive seen and heard, Directron.com is a good place to buy!
    thanks for the quick reply... I was hoping that I would hear some good things about them :thumb:
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    This is the spot. ;)

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    Agreed... this is the spot as he isn't looking to sell something off.

    Regarding Directron, I have bought from them in the past and they have done well by me. Reseller Ratings also gives them decent markings and have for several years.
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    great then I guess I'm off to spend some money, thanks fellas :cheers:
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    For me these day's it's basically either Newegg or Directron. Directron is an extremely good online retailer :). Me and my friends have ordered multiple things from Directron, and we are still pleased with all of our purchases :afro:
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    FYI, my boss (from CompUSA) ordered stuff from them to re-sell at a 35% profit. they have been reliable for her. so my :thumb:

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