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Topic # 32829 24-Apr-2009 17:29
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Hi guys,

I see on pricespy.co.nz that elive.co.nz is often one of the best-priced online retailers for IT products.

Does anyone have any experience buying from elive?

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  Reply # 209082 24-Apr-2009 19:47
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Havent heard anything bad about them.

The guy who runs it lives down the road from me..... so I can let air out of his tyres if the service is sloppy Tongue out (Yes, I am kidding :) )




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I've used Elive alot. They are good with communications and prompt respond to questions. Been using it over a year now.

One you have watch out for is Expert Info. They are not good at communication and time wasting :(




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  Reply # 211159 1-May-2009 10:25
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Yeah heard a few things about Expert.... theyve just moved building now (or branched out) into Sunnybrae Road in Glenfield.




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  Reply # 211242 1-May-2009 15:24
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I purchased a Samsung laser printer from Elive in Feb 09.  The printer was shipped promptly but arrived without a toner cartridge,  Elive acted promptly to rectify the issue and kept me informed as to what was happening.

I would not have any hesitation in recommending them or using them again.



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  Reply # 211251 1-May-2009 15:54
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Thanks for the feedback guys.

Sounds like elive are onto it. I like their online chat feature, very cool to be able to chat with someone directly.

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