Thursday, February 02, 2006

PC Club closes 15 stores and lays off employees

PC Club computers based in California closed about 15 retail locations across the US today. Employees arrived at work to find the doors padlocked and a sign stating the closure. No prior warning was given to employees or customers.

All three stores in Colorado were closed including some in Arizona, New Mexico, and most if not all of the East Coast stores. Employees are not only concerned for their future, but also about the customers who have computers in for service, or have computers and parts on order or in the stores. The PC Club website gives no explanation about the closures under the News section currently. But, the store locations that were closed have been eliminated from the website listings. Instead of 60 stores the website now lists 43. Visit here again for future updates on these closures.


At 8:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do i get back my laptop from now that the pc club is in bankruptcy? There is no info posted by the company or by the lawyers regarding customer recourse.

Hope someone can enlighten me.



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