Have we got a dealer for you

Levy, S.
February 1992
Macworld;Feb1992, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p55
Opinion. Discusses the computer superstore Computer Era's claims that it is number one. Some disgruntled customers aired their views in `Mac Street Journal' and a WCBS program `Shame on you.' Investigation by Bureau of Consumer Affairs. Computer Era vice president Robert Haas refutes these charges. The authors own experience with Computer Era.


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