Over the past three months, news slowly broke out that BFG Tech was pulling out of its core businesses: first the graphics card market, and then power supplies. Now, Hardware Canucks reports that BFG is no longer providing warranty support for its graphics cards, and customers are getting back their defective products unrepaired.
A missive on BFG Tech letterhead explains the situation in four short sentences:
BFG Technologies Inc. is in the process of winding down and liquidating its business. Unfortunately, our major supplier would not support our business. As a result, we are returning your graphics card without being able to repair it. We apologize for the inconvenience.
BFG Tech graphics cards were famous for their limited lifetime warranty coverage and 24/7 free tech support. In fact, as of right now, the warranty terms page is still up on BFG's website. So much for that, apparently...
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