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    What did UCC learn all these years? It's hard enough spending 20% more over here, their rate is now 35%. Do the math on the Titan X they're selling it's 35% more than the international price.


    I was shocked about the APU, whose going to buy that now? 125 USD APU at 135tk rate. F**k them, am boycotting these 中中中山. I know it was done here before but I hope this serves as warning for newcomers, do not buy their products.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    I was shocked about the APU, whose going to buy that now? 125 USD APU for 115tk rate per dollar parts. F**k them, am boycotting these 中中中山. I know it was done here before but I hope this serves as warning for newcomers, do not buy their products.
    From when UCC was fair with their prices??? I have heard some real bad acquisitions about UCC from the people working in IDB. And, it always seems to be true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    From when UCC was fair with their prices??? I have heard some real bad acquisitions about UCC from the people working in IDB. And, it always seems to be true.
    It's not about being fair, they are monopolizing these brands even AMD brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    It's not about being fair, they are monopolizing these brands even AMD brand.
    Totally agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    It's not about being fair, they are monopolizing these brands even AMD brand.
    Well I have told UCC on their faces many times that they are have a horrible business plan and having over 40% profit margin is just too much. 4 months ago they showed alot of arrogance and a little bit of hostility towards me. But i have noticed that they are coming a little bit back to their senses. Though they are still going for a higher profit margin.

    But they are not the only scums, look at Computer Sources. They are still not providing more than 1 yr of warranty.

    I hope Global Brands and Smart Tech keeps expanding and improving their business plans to more competitive level. They have show a lot of improvements in recent time.

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    what about GlowBAL!! 390 Strix for 35k!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    what about GlowBAL!! 390 Strix for 35k!!
    35000/27200(Newegg price) would mean more than 25% price. Well they're not UCC so seems legit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    35000/27200(Newegg price) would mean more than 25% price. Well they're not UCC so seems legit.
    $339.99 * 77.90 = ৳26,486

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    where were you when the GlowBals were selling the Asus PG278Q ROG Swift at BDT 128.5 per Dollar!!

    and, now when these shitheads are selling Seasonic PSUs for BDT 134 per Dollar, you don't give a damn about them, but keep on boycotting UCC and call them by names !!
    :sigh:
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    Stop using google for BDT exchange rates please, my brother knows bankers with credible information for that.

    I wasn't interested in the Seasonic PSUs at the time, also aren't they suppose to be expensive? Looking at their Newegg prices, Modular with PFC costs like 70 USD and that's bronze. They're new here I guess in due time costs will go down. If you wanna throw something on Global, do it on another thread. All I see is they're selling a G-650 Gold at almost 3k extra price with 5 years warranty. That has resale value

    UCC has been doing this for a long time and still are, I gotta bone to throw at those bast*rds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Stop using google for BDT exchange rates please, my brother knows bankers with credible information for that.

    I wasn't interested in the Seasonic PSUs at the time, also aren't they suppose to be expensive? Looking at their Newegg prices, Modular with PFC costs like 70 USD and that's bronze. They're new here I guess in due time costs will go down. If you wanna throw something on Global, do it on another thread. All I see is they're selling a G-650 Gold at almost 3k extra price with 5 years warranty. That has resale value

    UCC has been doing this for a long time and still are, I gotta bone to throw at those bast*rds
    you are just seeing the price difference lol..

    G650 is 11.7k BDT.... so 1170099.99= 117BDT per Dollar!
    and you mentioned in the first post ucc selling APUs at 115BDT per USD... hah


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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    you are just seeing the price difference lol..

    G650 is 11.7k BDT.... so 1170099.99= 117BDT per Dollar!
    and you mentioned in the first post ucc selling APUs at 115BDT per USD... hah

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    I give up @furiousTaher what do I do?

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    Seasonic PSU prices are outrageous, but they are bringing it for the first time, so it can be somewhat excused. And about ASUS ROG Swift price, you have to pay a lot of extra tax for monitors over 22 inch.

    UCC on the other hand, are selling AMD and MSI products at ridiculous price for ages. They used to sell sapphire products for okay price, but currently the R9 300 series prices are high as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawon0418 View Post
    Seasonic PSU prices are outrageous, but they are bringing it for the first time, so it can be somewhat excused. And about ASUS ROG Swift price, you have to pay a lot of extra tax for monitors over 22 inch.

    UCC on the other hand, are selling AMD and MSI products at ridiculous price for ages. They used to sell sapphire products for okay price, but currently the R9 300 series prices are high as well.
    Thanks, my headache wasn't helping me earlier. The FX 8370E they were selling earlier was at 18.2k, compared to 200 USD price it is now which is 16000tk. That's a good rate but why are they selling the APU at this price? It just kills the demand.

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    Kaak jotoi washing machine e gosol koruk, Bok ki r hoi?

    Shala foinni der puran obhyash ta jai nai r ki.

    They were legendary bung-holes with customer service, RMA and the like. Ei BG tei boro ekta movement hoisilo. There shud b a biiiig thread. Majkhane competition barle bhalo hoisilo. Abar getting back 2 pavillion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Well I have told UCC on their faces many times that they are have a horrible business plan and having over 40% profit margin is just too much. 4 months ago they showed alot of arrogance and a little bit of hostility towards me. But i have noticed that they are coming a little bit back to their senses. Though they are still going for a higher profit margin.

    But they are not the only scums, look at Computer Sources. They are still not providing more than 1 yr of warranty.

    I hope Global Brands and Smart Tech keeps expanding and improving their business plans to more competitive level. They have show a lot of improvements in recent time.
    Ager UCC dekle ki bolten?
    Ar ekhon ektu back to korbei, overall consumer spending is shrinking. Market e substitute o hoisey besh kisu.

    Time for a consumer boycott?

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    Smart website quotes Samsung UHD 28" U28E590DS 60k BDT, thats 109BDT per USD, Rog Swift 27" was sold at 128.5BDT per USD!!
    what are you gonna say to this?

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    this is BD... so prices are higher... dont expect everything at 78tk/dollar, though i do .

    most importantly, if you think seasonic psu price is higher then go buy tt toughpower or coolermaster v series... last time i checked prices are kinda similar...

    now please dont compare seasonic with tr2/lp/smart/supber/gx2 etc... ima gonna kill ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    what about GlowBAL!! 390 Strix for 35k!!
    Well I didn't say Global Brands are saints, just that they are better than UCC right now and I hope they will get better.

    Asus 390 Strix costs a little bit higher than Sapphire 390 Nitro, furthermore UCC bring in more GPUs than Global Brands, therefore UCC gets better pricing from the manufacturer.

    Global Brands were the first to sell GTX 960 2GB at TK20K that too the Strix version, which I appreciated. There is definitely alot of room for improvements and I hope they will improve (so that we get screwed less often)

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    $339.99 * 77.90 = ৳26,486

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    where were you when the GlowBals were selling the Asus PG278Q ROG Swift at BDT 128.5 per Dollar!!

    and, now when these shitheads are selling Seasonic PSUs for BDT 134 per Dollar, you don't give a damn about them, but keep on boycotting UCC and call them by names !!
    :sigh:
    Yes its really expensive, so is everyother 27 inch monitors, cuz there you have to pay taxes on monitors over 18 inches. Now i don't know if the taxes are large enough to cause such increase in prices. Or they are just making their customers pay a premium for an extravagant item.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Yes its really expensive, so is everyother 27 inch monitors, cuz there you have to pay taxes on monitors over 18 inches. Now i don't know if the taxes are large enough to cause such increase in prices. Or they are just making their customers pay a premium for an extravagant item.
    so why is this?
    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    Smart website quotes Samsung UHD 28" U28E590DS 60k BDT, thats 109BDT per USD, Rog Swift 27" was sold at 128.5BDT per USD!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Well I didn't say Global Brands are saints, just that they are better than UCC right now and I hope they will get better.

    Asus 390 Strix costs a little bit higher than Sapphire 390 Nitro, furthermore UCC bring in more GPUs than Global Brands, therefore UCC gets better pricing from the manufacturer.
    Strix is 10$ more than Nitro on Newegg

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    this is BD... so prices are higher... dont expect everything at 78tk/dollar, though i do .

    most importantly, if you think seasonic psu price is higher then go buy tt toughpower or coolermaster v series... last time i checked prices are kinda similar...

    now please dont compare seasonic with tr2/lp/smart/supber/gx2 etc... ima gonna kill ya
    Global Brand imports Cooler Master

    CM V550S @100BDT/USD
    CM V750S @95BDT/USD

    i am comparing prices, not build quality :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    so why is this?


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    Strix is 10$ more than Nitro on Newegg

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    Global Brand imports Cooler Master

    CM V550S @100BDT/USD
    CM V750S @95BDT/USD

    i am comparing prices, not build quality :3
    Look let me repeat it again, I am not saying that Global Brands has the best business policy and the lowest margin of profit for their customers. All I have said is they are better than UCC. Yes we can always hope that they will decrease their prices and profit margin. They were the first distributors in BD who started to sell GTX 960 2GB at TK20K. I know its still high but at one point they were the cheapest in BD. They were also the first distributors sold GTX 970 at TK31K. I have to give them credit for that. Although its not the end of the road, they will have to decrease the prices of so many other items to be everyone's favourite.

    If you think they are also scums at the same level as UCC, I am fine with that. You have every right to think so, thats your opinion. Just like I have mine.
    Last edited by mithun12ka4; October 23rd, 2015 at 11:07.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Look let me repeat it again, I am not saying that Global Brands has the best business policy and the lowest margin of profit for their customers. All I have said is they are better than UCC. Yes we can always hope that they will decrease their prices and profit margin. They were the first distributors in BD who started to sell GTX 960 2GB at TK20K. I know its still high but at one point they were the cheapest in BD. They were also the first distributors sold GTX 970 at TK31K. I have to give them credit for that. Although its not the end of the road, they will have to decrease the prices of so many other items to be everyone's favourite.

    If you think they are also scums at the same level as UCC, I am fine with that. You have every right to think so, thats your opinion. Just like I have mine.
    peace

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