Over the past year, I have had numerous conversations with people who have bought Macbook, iMacs, and Mac Pro units from Fusion Logic - only to find them crashing after a few months.
There is no problem in getting those Macs repaired when you are based in Muscat and are bringing the product back to the Fusion Logic store.
However, the main issue is those people who have bought a Mac from Matthew, and have moved out of Muscat, only to find that when it breaks, they are not covered under the Apple warranty because some of the hardware in their freshly boxed Mac is not what was originally placed into it by Apple!
I would be interested in finding out if anyone else has had any issues with the authenticity of the parts within their Mac.
As I have stated in the past, I found Matthew to be extremely unscrupulous in the past - and even went into his store one day to ask about certain Mac products which I am very familiar with - but he just lied through his teeth about what the machine was and was not capable of, and tried to sell me a top end Mac Pro to do a job that a basic iMac was well capable of doing.
A few months later I went back to get a quote for a hard disk - which he quoted me 120 rials for because it was a genuine Apple replacement.
He then proceeded to phone "the stock department" (his mate in Ruwi) and get a quote for a bog standard Hitachi drive for 30 rats.
Unfortunately for him, I know my Hindi numbers - and there was no room for him to backtrack when I questioned him about it.
This is so far beyond the Apple Computer Company philosophy!
Without further ado, I shall be reporting Fusion Logic to Apple in California for possible breaches of customer confidence.
It may very well be that the company itself is above board, but with Matthew and Sreeni (the bootleg software pusher) at the helm - they are purely bullshitting customers and lining their own pockets - while at the same time, driving the company into the ground.