Sunday, February 12, 2012

OpenPinoy Offers Laptop Installments in 12/24 Months


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I have always been a fan of OpenPinoy since they started. I find their products really cheap and dependable even if they are just surplus items from Korea and Taiwan. So far, all the laptops, desktops, and monitors I bought from them never had any major issues. So buying them was super worth the money spent. And to think I had them shipped to me in Ifugao via Autobus or Florida Liner. Forget the logistics issues I had with the couriers and I'd say OpenPinoy support is quite good, too, although I rarely need it as I fix the machines by myself. But this can come in handy for any other regular customer.

When I opened my small computer shop in 2009, I decided to get in touch with them and apply as dealer because they do not offer franchise options yet. I learned that it is easier to get a response if I call them and tell them what I want than to email them and wait for their reply. I sent my email inquiry way back 2008 and never got a response somehow, aside from a short reply saying we will look into your inquiry and reply to you as soon as possible. No reply was ever received other than that. So when I called them in 2009 and asked to get info regarding franchising or becoming a dealer, I was surprised of their quick response. They just got my email and within the day, I got all the info I needed. Anyway, I do not know if they offer franchising now. I have a feeling they still might not.

Anyhow, I'm very happy when I learned that they started to offer laptop installments to their customers. This way, I hope to be able to offer laptop installments as well to my customers. There are so many customers in the province who are looking at options of having a laptop through installment basis. I'm referring particularly to the teachers of Don Bosco High School, Lagawe Central School, and other teachers from Banawe and Kiangan. Sadly, when I checked the requirements, it's only for Metro Manila customers.

Tja... I'm already in Manila so maybe I go check it out one of these days. BUT they still don't accept credit card payments. Waahhh.... :(

Good thing CD-R King is improving and now some of their branches accept debit and/or credit card payments. I hope OpenPinoy listens and follows in their steps.

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We, Openpinoy, are very pleased to announced our "FIRST AFFORDABLE INSTALLMENT METHOD...""Imagine how easy life can be if you can avail everything through installment..."

GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Customer must be a Filipino Citizen
  • Customer should reside within Metro Manila
  • 21 - 60 years old upon loan maturity
  • With own contact number/s
  • With Down Payment of at least 20% of the SRP

BASIC DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS:

FOR EMPLOYED (EMPLOYEE)

  • Valid ID's (including Company ID)
  • 1 Month Latest Payslip/s
  • Updated Electric Bill

FOR SELF-EMPLOYED (Business Owners)

  • Valid ID's
  • Updated Brgy. / Mayor's Permit
  • Latest Bank Statements (if any)
  • Updated Electric Bill

FOR OFW / SEAMAN BENEFICIARIES

  • Valid ID's
  • Latest Proof of Remittance
  • Updated Electric Bill


For the following Requirements please send us to our e-mail:
installment@openpinoy.com

For more inquiries please contact us @
725-8928 local 101/111 OR 0917-8223232
Look for Ms. Michelle
e-mail: installment@openpinoy.com