I brought in 2 very old and unusable CPU's, and asked Ingram's to try to recover the pictures. They were able to recover almost all of both hard drives, Yay! Mrs. Ingram was friendly, professional and helpful. They nailed the big 3: The job was done correctly the first time, the price was fair and competitive, and the customer service was great. I will be a repeat customer, bringing in my laptop next month.Cindy Garcia 2/23/2019
Ingram is a miracle company in Clarksville! Janet and Matt have the ultimate customer service. They fixed my computer in one day. My computer is needed for my work and without it I am lost and have no income since I am self employed. They are so friendly, understanding, and have incredible expertise! I am so happy!!! Thank you Matt and Janet!!!Grace Cowan 6/12/2020
Excellent in handling our situation. Was very helpful and reasonable with price . Matthew gave us options and kept us updated, Via Email, regarding the status of pur computer. It took over a week, due to Holidays delaying deliveries of extra parts. Janice is very professional and sweet. HIGHLY recommend!Feri Jones 1/25/2019
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