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Here’s proof we keep our promise to surprise and delight every customer.

Every customer is invited to fill out a short survey after our service and we post the results here:

Summary of all 6,995 surveys from the last quarter (1 Jul 2019 – 30 Sep 2019)
Overall Satisfaction with Geeks2U experience: 
Customer Service experience during booking: 
Technician expertise and professionalism: 
Did the technician arrive within the appointed hour window:        

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