Editor's Note: I felt that this subject was important enough of an issue to people on the Grand Strand to make it available to the widest possible audience. Below is a quoted Sun News article about two computer companies operating in or near Myrtle Beach, SC. You should contact the referenced government agencies if you have had bad dealings with either of these two companies. (see bottom of the article). Another source for the news article quoted below: Strand computer company probed. - brought to you by AccessMyLibrary.com

Sept 2008-2011: There are reports that Seaside Computers and Computer Inferno are opening stores under different names. Read this article.

From the Better Business Bureau: "Seaside Computers, with five locations in and around Myrtle Beach, continues to be unresponsive to consumer complaints. They have the Bureau's lowest rating. If you are looking for a computer repair facility, contact the BBB for a reliability report." Read that yourself here.   Be sure to tell your family and friends so they will be warned to be on the lookout. See how Seaside Computers announces "Best of the Beach". See the following news articles for more information: (#8, 9, & 11 outline Robert James Hussey going to jail)

Other links: File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. File a complaint with the SC Department of Consumer Affairs. Write a Ripoff Report. Also, report Microsoft product piracy any of these three ways: 1: E-mail piracy@microsoft.com, 2: Call the Microsoft Anti-Piracy Hotline at (800) RU-LEGIT, or 3: Fill out an online reporting form.