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AND SO IT GOES, AND SO IT GOES...................

by Riverledge / November 11, 2008 11:38 AM PST

WHERE IT'S GOING, NOBODY KNOWS................(nick lowe)

SO LONG TO CIRCUIT CITY (as we know it.)

TWEETER'S already gone in most places.... Who's next???


River.

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Maybe this will help some of the mom-n-pops(?)
by Pepe7 / November 11, 2008 11:14 PM PST

One can only dream, eh? Wink

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hmm
by bearvp / November 11, 2008 11:46 PM PST

I think Best Buy will be fine. They almost made Circuit City obsolete in the mass electronics retail market. The smaller, more expert stores will always have a following so the mom/pop type shops should be fine. Surely the Best Buy executives cracked open some champagne bottles when Circuit City went under, but this might open the opportunity for another giant to open a electronics retail chain...like say Walmart opening up a new brand of store solely to sell electronics in a sort of Sam's Club manner.

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My quesiton about CC is...
by Dan Filice / November 12, 2008 2:03 AM PST

What do I do about the extended warranty I bought in January for my TV? Should I ask for the balance of 3 years left on the warranty and go buy Sony's warranty? Will the warranty service go bye-bye too when CC finally tanks? Years ago I bought a TV at a similar outlet called Good Guys, and I bought an extended warranty then too. Funny, at the end of my 4 year warranty (long after Good Guys closed), I received a letter from GE Warranty asking if I wanted to extend the warranty. I wonder if CC will honor the extended warranties it sold?

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FROM EVERYTHING I'VE READ, YOU'LL BE JUST FINE.............
by Riverledge / November 12, 2008 6:18 AM PST

"CC's" WARRANTIES ARE COVERED BY A 3rd PARTY COMPANY. THEY ARE NOT

A "CC" SUBSIDARY, NEITHER IS "FIRE-DOG."

FIREDOG WILL HONOR ALL CONTRACTS.

OWNER BEWARE...........THE SOURCE OF THIS INFO IS "CC" ITSELF.

I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HAPPY WITH "BBY" AND CONTINUE TO SHOP THERE.

BUT WHO KNOWS, THEY MIGHT FOLD NEXT WEEK FOR ALL WE KNOW!!!

Best to all,

RIVER.

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