Dell Sued Over Knowingly Selling Faulty PCs… Oh My

The New York Times is reporting that Dell, who isn’t exactly a small company, was knowingly selling PC’s that in some cases had a 97% failure rate. Not only that, its employees were told to play dumb. For example, one memo was sent to customer service reps telling them to “avoid all language indicating the boards were bad or had issues.” Meanwhile their sales teams continued to sell these PCs. This is now coming to light due to a lawsuit that was filed three years ago. This is the latest lawsuit to hit the computer company as they have been hit with lawsuit after lawsuit after lawsuit.

So is this the beginning of the end for Dell? Post your thoughts in the comments section.

One Response to “Dell Sued Over Knowingly Selling Faulty PCs… Oh My”

  1. This is very interesting, I didn’t realise how many lawsuits they had against them. It’s very unfortunate becuase it’s the computer that is mostly used here in both offices and homes as well. I wait with bated breath what comes out after these suits have been settled in court.

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