I got my 11” 256GB LTE Pro from Andy. He gets his stuff from Hong Kong and elsewhere (if I recall correctly, some of his MacBooks were EMEA units based on the model numbers on his Facebook page). I’ve dealt with him for years. He’s definitely legit and he’s moved up from having a floating stall in the main Greenhills Tiangge area to a more-or-less permanent shop in the bridgeway area at Shoppesville with satellite tables somewhere in the Tiangge area. I’ve heard from some local gadget sources (not Andy himself) that he’s supplied some of the well-known local retailers when their inventories of popular Apple devices run low and their own shipments are still in transit. I wouldn’t characterize Andy’s prices as “too good to be true” — they’re essentially the US retail prices translated into local currency. I would argue that the ones with abnormal prices are the local vendors with nice brick-and-mortar operations (some of whose staff wouldn’t know an iPhone XS Max from a Xiaomi knock-off). Their prices are around 20% higher than the landed prices in the US. For example, the SRP of the 256GB LTE iPad Pro 11” is PhP70,990 — that’s $1,361 even though the listed US Price is $1,099. Even adding an 8.25% sales tax gives a price of ~$1,190 — or $171 less than the landed prices here — and they almost never go on sale. The best deal you can get is if you have children at one of the Apple partner schools here. Then you can buy Apple stuff at around AJTel’s prices from PMC. To be fair, I don’t think the b&m shops want to charge inflated prices but rent, staff and Apple’s vendor network fees need to get paid for and Apple probably factors all that in when it sets local prices. Honestly, I see no reason to buy anything from PMC or Switch or any of the other well-established b&m shops unless you’re after credit card financing. Outside of that, they do have a warranty — but it takes weeks or months to get something repaired, depending on the issue you have. Heck, they’ll keep your gadget a minimum of a week just to diagnose what’s wrong with it and I believe they still resort to sending problem devices to Singapore. It’s a travesty. You’re better off flying to Singapore yourself if you have the means and lack the patience. Anyway, that’s just my two-cents. You can make your own determination by visiting AJTel’s shop.