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Looking to buy a new TV, but by Financing - What is MDG like?

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Okay, so i'm in the market for a new TV, and i'd really like to get one financed as it would probably be a while before i have the money to afford one up front.

I came across a site called MDG.ca, now i heard of this site a while ago and thought it was a good name, but looking at it now it REALLY does not look like a very good website.

http://mdg.ca/finance/tvs.aspx

Now, i was looking at the TV on the right, the largest one. However, they don't even have any information on it really, concerning what brand name it is or anything. Anyone have any experience with this seemingly shady company?
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You're probably better off waiting for a major retailer to offer a financing promotion and then snag a TV then.
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