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Topic # 60358 25-Apr-2010 14:38
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Just curious if anyone has used these guys before to purchase goods.. and what their purchase experience was like?




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  Reply # 322708 25-Apr-2010 17:00
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Weird.. I got an email to say there was a reply to this thread.. and when I looked there wasnt.
So someone wrote something then removed it?





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  Reply # 322711 25-Apr-2010 17:09
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How very odd. I gather it was probably bad comments and they thought again about it.. and removed it.




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  Reply # 322719 25-Apr-2010 17:31
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Yep, they have the next lowest price, purchaseable online... avoiding Expert Infotech as their feedback on pricespy seems a bit dodge.




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  Reply # 322733 25-Apr-2010 18:15
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What are you after?



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  Reply # 322741 25-Apr-2010 18:53
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Windows 7 Home Premium.. Retail Version. Bricks and Mortar stores have it at $389 but wont drop price. Ascent has it at $341, IT Express at $320ish (not incl courier).. So trying to find the best price.




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  Reply # 322816 25-Apr-2010 21:53
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Pbtech have the three pc family pack for around that price.
They are one of the better places to buy from.




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  Reply # 322817 25-Apr-2010 21:54
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Zolly,

Brent here... I'm the owner of ITExpress. If you're still awaiting a positive response - can I suggest you fire ahead and find out for yourself?

We're a relatively small company, but we're proving that attention to detail and good customer service is the only way to get ahead in the online IT market.

Initially I was worried that people might be put off by the fact we're based on the West Coast, but quite the opposite has been our experience: buyers seem to like the fact we're small, easily locatable, use English as a first language and have a reputation that we won't sell out for.

Sure, things occasionally go awry (Ingram Micro's move to SAP on 1-Mar has been a hurdle that most IT companies are just starting to clear), but I've found that, if we're up-front and honest - people are usually accepting that we're doing our best to help.

Anyhoo.... enough of the pitch, results will speak for themselves.

Cheers,

Brent




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CYaBro: Pbtech have the three pc family pack for around that price.

They are one of the better places to buy from.


That's an upgrade pack.. not a full install.




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  Reply # 322838 25-Apr-2010 22:41
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freitasm: Yes, that's what happened. I can see the reply but not sure why it was removed.



It was me, my bad!  It was a mistake as my eyes somehow told me you were asking about Expansys, which of course you were not.  That was why I removed the reply.





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Cheers, thanks Brent.  The power of Geekzone summons the owner! :)

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itexpress: Zolly,

Brent here... I'm the owner of ITExpress. If you're still awaiting a positive response - can I suggest you fire ahead and find out for yourself?

We're a relatively small company, but we're proving that attention to detail and good customer service is the only way to get ahead in the online IT market.

Initially I was worried that people might be put off by the fact we're based on the West Coast, but quite the opposite has been our experience: buyers seem to like the fact we're small, easily locatable, use English as a first language and have a reputation that we won't sell out for.

Sure, things occasionally go awry (Ingram Micro's move to SAP on 1-Mar has been a hurdle that most IT companies are just starting to clear), but I've found that, if we're up-front and honest - people are usually accepting that we're doing our best to help.

Anyhoo.... enough of the pitch, results will speak for themselves.

Cheers,

Brent





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  Reply # 322870 26-Apr-2010 08:12
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Hmm Ok.

Purchase was going to be $333.99 with shipping... then suddenly when at the final stage of ordering (select to pay by Visa) itexpress add $8.35 in Visa fees but don't clearly state anywhere that this will occur.

Sorry, but having one price displayed then adding fees for using a Credit Card at the last hurdle really annoys me.  I can understand adding shipping later as that's expected, but a Credit Card charge? Certainly not.

I have stuck with my tried & true provider. At least they don't lump me with a additional fee (and now actually it works out cheaper after the C/C charge was added!)




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  Reply # 322872 26-Apr-2010 08:31
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ZollyMonsta:
CYaBro: Pbtech have the three pc family pack for around that price.

They are one of the better places to buy from.


That's an upgrade pack.. not a full install.


It actually makes no difference. You are technically breaking the terms and conditions of your software licence but the upgrade pack (or any upgrade version) will install as a fresh install, something that is certainly the path I'd recommend for a Windows7 install anyway.

I assume you have actually ordered it now? If you haven't flick me a PM.


 

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sbiddle:
ZollyMonsta:
CYaBro: Pbtech have the three pc family pack for around that price.

They are one of the better places to buy from.


That's an upgrade pack.. not a full install.


It actually makes no difference. You are technically breaking the terms and conditions of your software licence but the upgrade pack (or any upgrade version) will install as a fresh install, something that is certainly the path I'd recommend for a Windows7 install anyway.

 


+1 done the same thing,

It's a really good system the 3 licence system.  Also did it for my parents.

Kept a few copies of WinXP lying round in storage(for legal reasons)
Also a lot better than buying the OEM, because you can resell when Windows 8 comes out
 




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