Gizmodo Crowdsources Psystar Investigation: Miami Company Looks Really Dodgy

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Trying to find out if would-be Mac clone maker Psystart in legit or not, Gizmodo readers went to the two addresses identified by the Guardian’s Charles Arthur (see below). As Arthur predicted, one address is a single-story home, and the other address is a warehouse, but it’s home to a completely different company.

The Gizmodo reader, Michael, snapped some pictures and talked to the warehouse manager, who has never heard of Psystar.

In addition, another Giz reader, Robert, pulled records from Florida’s corporate filing office and found that Psystar’s two principles, Rodolfo and Roberto Pedraza, are officers or agents of “a whole crapload of companies,” according to Giz. Only one of these companies is active: Floridatek.

“These guys are obviously clowns,” says Robert.

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4 responses to “Gizmodo Crowdsources Psystar Investigation: Miami Company Looks Really Dodgy”

  1. kike says:

    in apparence Psystar no is true… or they try be famous whit say “Our computers can run clean the Leopard” and whit this they can sell more…

  2. Sean Peters says:

    Psystar’s two principles, Rodolfo and Roberto Pedraza

    I think you mean “principals”. I doubt these two HAVE any principles.