1815 Howard St W, Live Oak FL 32064 (in the Players Auto Mart building)

Most companies would put in many hours on some sort of sales pitch here. Most companies would say whatever it takes to get your business.

Well I'm not going to do that. CTlinx is based on honesty, integrity and ethical work practices.
As such, I am going to just put it all out there for you.

My name is Joseph Mancini and I am a computer genius.

I can fix any computer (except Apple, to fix an Apple, you get a PC lol)
I can fix any problem. I work on laptops or desktops (sorry, no phones or tablets)
My rates are lower than any other company in the area.

Most repair shops charge between $70 and $95 per hour to do any kind of work. I charge $30 to $65 depending on the work I'm doing.
I do business as CTlinx Computers.

I don't charge anything for looking at your computer to find out what's wrong with it (Free Estimates).
You never need to worry about hidden costs or surprise bills. I will make sure that you know how much it will cost before I do anything.

A few things that set me apart from the rest, aside from the fact that I AM the best and I charge less than anyone else is that I am not greedy. If I can pay my bills and maybe once in a while afford a steak... I'm happy.
I will go out of my way to make sure my clients are happy. And make no mistake, you are a client, not a customer to me. When I repair your computer, you have me at your service for as long as you are happy with me.
I would rather take a loss than to have a client upset at me. As a result of this way of thinking, if your computer would take more to fix than it would cost to buy another one... I'll tell you up front. I guarantee my work. If it's not fixed, I will do whatever it takes to fix it, even if that means it costs me more to fix it than what I was paid.
I will never hide any fees and if I tell you it will be $45, then it WILL be $45. Even if I am only giving you a rough estimate, I try very hard to make sure it is as close to that estimate as possible. There are even a few times I've charged less than the estimate.

When a competitor says they will charge $55 to reset a computer to factory settings. They likely will do just that. They reset it, charge you $55 and you get your computer a week or two later.
I on the other hand would charge you $45 to reset a computer to factory settings (the price is different for each computer, this is just an example) but before I am done, I will also install all of the updates necessary and make sure all drivers work.
I will also install whatever antivirus you prefer and install the browser of your choice along with a few other goodies (unless you don't want them)
I will still only charge the original $45 and I'd very likely have it ready the next day (sometimes it does take longer, but never more than 2 or 3 days)

I have always felt that computer techs overcharge for what amounts to fairly easy work... sure it is technical work and not everyone can do it, but it's not like I'm digging ditches or other hard work.

So send me a message on Facebook or send me a text at (you can call if you prefer but please leave a message because I don't answer the phone while I'm on site)
Oh, speaking of "on site", unlike my competitors, I will also make house calls (I will go as far as you need me to but I charge 35 cents per mile after 5 miles).

One last thing. I realize that this is a small town and that times are tough right now. I am willing to work with you on the price of the repair. I often take trades for repair work. If you have something of value that I can use, I may accept your trade. It never hurts to ask.

When another company said they would charge $150 to fix my laptop, Joe said he could fix it for $60.
I figured I had nothing to lose and now I'm typing this from that laptop. Thank you Joe!

~ Cyndi Harvey - McAlpin

Not only did he fix my laptop, but he told me it was just a virus. I thought it was a goner.
He could have made a lot more money off of me but his honesty earned him a life long customer

~ Mary Perez - Lake City


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