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Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Advertised price sound too good to be true?

If this were a perfect world all work that is advertised would be done for the exact price quoted. Unfortunately, this is not the case. We, as consumers, have to make ourselves aware of unforeseen problems and be prepared. If we see a great deal, we need to know if there are exceptions and what those exceptions are.

Before we make a decision to buy, we can use today’s technology (i.e. digital cameras, camera phones) to send an email of our situation to the company to make sure there are no surprises on either side. This would eliminate misconceptions and ensure everyone is on the same page.

A “special price” is an already discounted price and therefore specific conditions or terms usually apply. The “special pricing” may not extend to extra work that may need to be done. Make sure you are aware of any conditions or terms and know if they are not met how the actual price will vary before you buy.

“Special prices” are a businesses way of introducing themselves to potential new customers. Allow advertised prices to give you the power to find a bargain and a new company who is suited to your needs. If you truly want a great company, allow them to make a profit so they will be there for you tomorrow.

I have received most of my work from referrals from previous customers. If you would like to experience total customer service call me at (408) 263-8433.

your plumber,


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