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|Electronics Repair|Columbus, OH 43219 United States

3840 Morse Rd, Hq Plaza, Columbus, OH 43219 United States

(614) 471-9510

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With corporate headquarters located in Richfield, Minn., Best Buy is a leading specialty retailer of consumer electronics in the United States and Canada. The company started operations as a retail store in 1966 and was called Sound of Music. It changed its name to Best Buy in 1983. Best Buy s range of products includes digital and video cameras, computers, computer software, video games, music systems, DVDs and mobile phones. The company offers products of various brands that include Sony, Toshiba, Apple, Philips and Hewlett-Packard. It also offers home appliances, including washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, microwaves and refrigerators. Best Buy provides various shipping and delivery

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Shelli P. review for Best Buy Co., Inc.
Shelli P. on Yellow Pages

4 years ago

02/10/2019, 04:18 AM
Orik lifted the iron-bound cap off his head and brushed a rough finger over the engraving. “It is the symbol of my clan. We are the Ingietum, metalworkers and master smiths. The hammer and stars are inlaid into Tronjheim’s floor because it was the personal crest of Korgan, our founder. One clan to rule, with twelve surrounding. King Hrothgar is Dûrgrimst Ingietum as well and has brought my house much glory, much honor.” When they returned the platters to the cook, they passed a dwarf in the hall. He stopped before Eragon, bowed, and said respectfully, “Argetlam.” The dwarf left Eragon fumbling for an answer, flushed with unease, yet also strangely pleased with the gesture. No one had bowed to him before. “What did he say?” he asked, leaning closer to Orik. Orik shrugged, embarrassed. “It’s an elven word that was used to refer to the Riders. It means ‘silver hand.’ ” Eragon glanced at his gloved hand, thinking of the gedwëy ignasia that whitened his palm. “Do you wish to return to Saphira?” “Is there somewhere I could bathe first? I haven’t been able to wash off the grime of the road for a long time. Also, my shirt is bloodstained and torn, and it stinks. I’d like to replace it, but I don’t have any money to buy a new one. Is there a way I could work for one?” “Do you seek to insult Hrothgar’s hospitality, Eragon?” demanded Orik. “As long as you are in Tronjheim, you won’t have to buy a thing. You’ll pay for it in other ways—Ajihad and Hrothgar will see to that. Come. I’ll show you where to wash, then fetch you a shirt.” He took Eragon down a long staircase until they were well below Tronjheim. The corridors were tunnels now—which cramped Eragon because they were only five feet high—and all the lanterns were red. “So the light doesn’t blind you when you leave or enter a dark cavern,” explained Orik. They entered a bare room with a small door on the far side. Orik pointed. “The pools are through there, along with brushes and soap. Leave your clothes here. I’ll have new ones waiting when you get out.” Eragon thanked him and started to undress. It felt oppressive being alone underground, especially with the low rock ceiling. He stripped quickly and, cold, hurried through the door, into total darkness. He inched forward until his foot touched warm water, then eased himself into it. The pool was mildly salty, but soothing and calm. For a moment he was afraid of drifting away from the door, into deeper water, but as he waded forward, he discovered the water reached only to his waist. He groped over a slippery wall until he found the soap and brushes, then scrubbed himself. Afterward he floated with his eyes closed, enjoying the warmth. When he emerged, dripping, into the lighted room, he found a towel, a fine linen shirt, and a pair of breeches. The clothes fit him reasonably well. Satisfied, he went out into the tunnel. Orik was waiting for him, pipe in hand. They climbed the stairs back up into Tronjheim, then exited the city-mountain. Eragon gazed at Tronjheim’s peak and called Saphira with his mind. As she flew down from the dragonhold, he asked, “How do you communicate with people at the top of Tronjheim?” Orik chuckled. “That’s a problem we solved long ago. You didn’t notice, but behind the open arches that line each level is a single, unbroken staircase that spirals around the wall of Tronjheim’s central chamber. The stairs climb all the way to the dragonhold above Isidar Mithrim. We call it Vol Turin, The Endless Staircase. Running up or down it isn’t swift enough for an emergency, nor convenient enough for casual use. Instead, we use flashing lanterns to convey messages. There is another way too, though it is seldom used. When Vol Turin was constructed, a polished trough was cut next to it. The trough acts as a giant slide as high as a mountain.” Eragon’s lips twitched with a smile. “Is it dangerous?”
Edward L. review for Best Buy Co., Inc.
Edward L. on Yellow Pages

5 years ago

06/16/2018, 03:50 AM
For Selection: It would appear that some businesses prefer to service the customer from online rather than provide a product in-house. When I go to a store it is to make a purchase and walk-out with that purchase within the hour not take the time, energy and money to go in and shop only to be told the item is only available online and with a six to seven day wait for delivery. It defeats the whole idea. For Service: Some of the sales personnel are unprofessional in their dealing with the general public. They are NOT the OWNER only the employee. Their whole purpose is to serve "THE EVERY CUSTOMER" with COURTESY and PROFESSIONALISM. Some seemed to have forgotten that fact or never heard it in the first place.
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endersg review for Best Buy Co., Inc.
endersg on Yellow Pages

11 years ago

11/28/2012, 06:49 AM
It is a very long story but to make it short. I bought something online. They wanted me to wait in a hour 1/2 line to get it. When I told them I should not have to wait with the regular customers that did not order online the store manager Vicky Perry tried filling vandalism charges on me for brushing past a sign with my shoulder that did not fall, break, or move. Stop buying from big box stores. You are not getting the "great customer service" that we used to get. Get your things from amazon, ebay, or at the very lest micro center on the west side.
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endersg review for Best Buy Co., Inc.
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11 years ago

11/28/2012, 03:23 AM
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Contributor review for Best Buy Co., Inc.
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15 years ago

08/02/2008, 08:33 AM
A virtual Mecca for gear heads, this electronics giant hawks everything from booming sound systems to notebook-sized personal computers. – In Short Founded in 1983, this high-tech haven is recognizable by its blue, box-like building stamped with a yellow price tag-shaped logo. Explore the wide, gadget-lined aisles and find brand-name goods including personal computers, video games, TVs, digital cameras, cell phones and fax machines. Choose from a slew of popular brands such as Canon, Microsoft, Samsung and Sony. In-house installation services are available for most car audio and video systems, home entertainment systems, satellite hook-up, and home appliances.
jwhen2 review for Best Buy Co., Inc.
jwhen2 on Yellow Pages

16 years ago

11/26/2007, 01:11 AM
While in the store to purchase a big screen TV, I had a bad experience with a salesperson, the management handled the situation properly and made it right with me.
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