~ Greetings Friends ~

                                                                                                                      

 

I want you for my army.

You won't have to sign enlistment papers.

You won't have to deploy to a foreign country.

You cannot become killed or wounded.

You get to stay home with your families and have all that you have now.

What you do get to do is to help me. You know the old guy that's always there for you.

I need help reaching people that really need help. I want to build a network consisting of family and friends. Maybe in the future this network can be used by all of us to share experiences and recommend people and solutions for common problems that we have.

It's about you helping them, as well as me. I think any network should be for the mutual benefit of all.

Most of you know what I have to offer. No wringing of the hands, trying to find places to take your PC to. And then having to pick one that you hope will fix the problem completely. Not just the bare minimum to make it look like the problem, or problems have been solved. And you know the high prices they charge. And that you will have to unplug all the wires and cables, etc, drive to the computer repair place and then leave your PC for 5 days to a week. If you can get still get an internet connection... then I can almost certainly solve your PC problems. Bottom line is that I will tell you straight up whether it's a big problem, or just a small one. Whether it's worth fixing or not, based on the cost to repair vs. the age of the PC, etc. In most cases I will solve your problems the day you contact me. You, your family or friends will have their PC fixed quickly, more thoroughly than you will get anywhere else. And for less than half what others places will charge you. I always do more than it takes to just fix the problem. I look at the state of your whole PC and do maintenance to bring everything up to optimum. I even install helpful software free of charge... if I am fixing your computer for you. The flags represent the states and countries where I have on numerous occasions successfully fixed peoples PC's remotely. Many repeat customers. As once they use me, they just don't want to try anyone else. How many more state and country flags can we add together? How did I get someone wanting my help in the United Kingdom and then Germany, Australia, etc.? All word of mouth by people (satisfied, very happy) person to person. Friend to friend, family member to family member. I have never done any real advertising. I have always tried to build my base of customers as a network of people that have first hand experience with my services.

Thanks in advance for all of your help. 

Peace,

                                                                  

                                                                                        
                                                                                        
                                                                                        
                                                                                        
                                                                                        
                                                                                        
                                                                                        

 

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For about the last 5 years I have tried to give at least 1 free repair a month, to someone in need. It used to be that a PC was a luxury. Just a form of entertainment, a way to organize ones personal information, a convenient and easy way to pay bills and track expenses, etc. Now it has become a necessity. People out of work need one to find a job, write and keep an up to date decent resume, to fill out and submit an application, etc.  Kids need one to do their homework assignments. Get information for reports and just basic research to be able to answer questions on homework assignments. Senior citizens need one to get up to date health information, get information on symptoms they may be experiencing all of a sudden. Be able to take advantage of discounts on all kinds of items that are only available online. And so on. I met a woman one time who was a single mom trying to get back into the job market. She was crying because she had spent money that should have gone for food and clothes for her family... on a professionally done resume. You know that competition for the few jobs there are available is tough. Anyways, no company would look at her resume. She begged them to let her send it to them in the mail. She offered to bring it to them personally. The answer was NO each time. They said, that the only way they looked at resume/applications for employment was from their server. For anything to get into the process it had to be uploaded to their corporate website. She was heartbroken. Not only was her resume unusable in most situations... she had spent money that was desperately needed for food, clothing and other necessities. I had a call from a counselor at a local high school. He asked if there was anything I could do. He had a student (sophomore) who was failing and had all but decided to drop out of high school. He had no working PC to be able to get homework assignments or to be able to complete them with. Also, he just felt odd and dumb that he didn't have a basic thing that other kids (his peers) did. He felt embarrassed... ashamed. I told the counselor to tell the kid that I would make an adequate functioning PC for him from a PC I had, using parts from another. I'll tell you... if a kid ever deserved help, it was that kid. The counselor told him to call me. He did and I told him I would give him a computer. He said, he couldn't take it. I asked why? he said, because he couldn't pay for it. I said, you don't understand... I will give it to you for nothing. He said, I can't do that, it's not right. OMG, what a good kid! I thought for a bit, and then I told him that he could do some work for me... to repay me. Then he said, ok. He got his PC and he showed up when promised to help me with some chores I needed done. I got a call from the high school counselor toward the end of the semester. I could hear the smile in his voice. The boy had not only re-engaged, back into trying to get do the necessary school work for a proper high school education... but he was on track to make the "Dean's List." As far as I am concerned, you can't put a price on stuff like that! Sometimes all someone needs to succeed, to take care of themselves and contribute to society... is to know that someone cares about them. Sometimes all that is needed is for someone to level the playing field for them.

So, if you come across someone that needs their PC repaired and can't afford it... please let me know. And I will try and help them. Aside from a single mom or a dad needing the ability to find a job in today's technological world. There may be some old person that can no longer stay in touch with their family, though email. Or get to see pictures of grandkids and other family members. Old people that are lonely and being made to be even lonelier because they are cutoff from using email, their ability to use the internet to pass their time, enhance their days in the many ways available via the internet, etc. Some people are resigned to just leaving their PC that no longer works in the closet. Because they can't afford to get it repaired. You know how much most computer repairs shops, or the Geek Squad charges... even for basic repairs... let alone a serious to fix, or a hard problem to diagnose. The world is not about money. It's about people. I always said that I would probably never become rich. Because I loved people more than money. Guess what... it came true. Lol. Be on the look-out, and make that call if you find someone genuinely in need. Someone that is not able to have the use of a PC because they can't afford to get theirs fixed.

Peace ~

 

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