I received a class action settlement on emachines, along with an option to replace my computer for up to 365.00 or 62.50 cash. I opted for another computer but have tried repeatedly tried to order with no luck and phone calls go are not returned. I have tried atleast 7 times to place this order. This is a total ripoff. What good is a class action settlement if they can get away with doing nothing?
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