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Topic # 23499 1-Jul-2008 08:28
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Has anyone here used "Flexirent" for purchasing a new system/parts ?
Ive seen them being used at quite a few retailers now and was just wondering what sort of rep they have and their interest rates (rough idea, I know each retailer prob gets diff rates for deals etc)

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  Reply # 141776 1-Jul-2008 08:54
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We use flexirent for our financing. There are two products, flexirent and flexiown.. what your after is flexiown because with the flexirent you dont own it, your renting it over a period of time. These are aimed at buisness's more than your average consumer, because of tax reasons etc, however theres nothing stopping you getting one however the interest rates are quite high (dont have a figure on me)

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  Reply # 141785 1-Jul-2008 09:13
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Thanks for that.... had a look at their website and they state 3years+ terms only with them... however the store Ive looked at said 12month term is allowed. Whos right ? :)
I def dont want to be paying over 3 years, was looking more at 6-12months.




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