I don't know who John is yet, but that claim is totally false. I haven't sold a new computer worth over $600 ever in the 9 years I have been in business. Must be confused with another place. And it doesn't matter if you move, Microsoft can find me no problem, yet no communication from them. I do not sell any computer without the proper COA attached to it.
NOT EVEN RATING THIS PLACE. ripped of a friends family for over $1300 and didn't even give them a video card / 1gb of ram or 2.8 ghz pc NOT TO MENTION he didn't even give them the COA for windows xp home premium meaning they they HAD to return to him to get it reinstalled and thet he can use that key on other peoples computers becuase he didn't put it on there computer which is part of microsofts agreement when reselling there products, ironicly he supplied them with a ligitimate Windows XP Home CD, but again no COA to use with the CD. I can get ahold of the original recipt to PROVE it shows he SOLD them Windows XP Home. Incase your wondering COA means Certificate of Authenticity it's what has the CD Product KEY on it. reported him to microsoft but he's moved locations now on centre st and king st.