Wow... can't believe it snowballed into this. If I were you, I'd take them to court, but only after I contacted all of those places you listed. At this point, you can get the money for the computer back, shipping covered, and even extra stuff. The great thing about this site is that there is a date for the last post. That means you have a timeline bud, and that means you can sue for your major headache. It would be under "pain and suffering." They wasted your time, and instead of giving you what you wanted, they completely shafted you. However, if you are going to do this, do it soon. The longer you wait, the better chance they have of winning because eventually the judge will just tell you that you should have dealt with it right away. You are fine now though. I am just saying... take them for all it's worth.
And for the record... them telling you that they're contacting lawyers was nothing more than a bluff if you ask me. Let her contact them, you contact yours (along with that list of people you need to contact) and we'll see who wins when you have the IFCC on your side.
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