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James K Jordan
· January 30, 2018
Goodson PC Solutions is great! Mark is professional and relentless in getting the job done. He got us going again. Our computer slowed down so much that it was virtually useless to us. Thank you Ma...rk for sharing your expertise with those of us who are less than proficient with computers! See More
Michelle Jordan Blue
· January 30, 2018
Mark fixed two of our computers over the holidays! You're awesome Mark! Thank you so much! He's highly recommended!
Juanita Allen Zachary
· May 28, 2015
If you're in need of help with your computer, you can't go wrong with Goodies PC Repairs. Mark Goodson, owner, is an honest and trustworthy young man who has helped me with computer problems on more t...han one occasion. He even offers a maintenance plan on a monthly or annual basis. Get in touch with him and let him know I recommended him. He is great! See More
Casey Belgard
· August 4, 2015
I'm grateful for Mark. He worked hard into the night to save some important files for me. He went above and beyond and he is very professional.

We highly recommend Bitdefender Box for all of your security needs.

Take a look at your smart home. How many smart devices are you using? They make our life more comfortable and enjoyable, but not all of these devices are built ...with security in mind.

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Take a look at your smart home. How many smart devices are you using? That’s the exact number of “doors” left open for intruders to enter your home and life. We like Black Mirror, but we don’t like you to end up living an episode of it. Smart thermostats, fridges, washing machines, game cons...

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