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Thursday, 19 August 2010 09:36

BFG waves a final goodbye

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Even to RMA

We already wrote back in May that BFG Technologies has said goodbye to the graphics card market, but back then BFG was promising that it will keep its RMA program alive for some time in order to keep its previous customers happy. Now however, it looks like it's finally over as they have started sending out denials to those that asked for RMA.

It appears that BFG Tech has waved its final goodbye, which isn't quite good news for its previous customers who can now forget about RMA. BFG has been sending out a letter saying that it can't honor the RMA and warranty agreement as it is in process of "winding down and liquidating its business" and that, "unfortunately", one of its major suppliers has stopped doing business with it.

BFG apologizes for "any inconvenience caused" and you can find the aforementioned letter here.


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