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1st July 2020 Issue no. 514
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Lockdecoders offers time to pay
Lockdecoders announce that qualified customers can now have extended credit for major purchases of £1500 and over.
No interest is charged, just a small administration fee of 3%. Customers can buy the firm’s range of automatic key cutting machines, engravers and high-end eeprom and cloning devices with the payments spread over 3 months.
What this means is that to make a purchase of £1500 plus VAT the buyer pays only £618 down and two further payments of the same amount. A full VAT invoice is issued with the first payment so some buyers may get their VAT refund before they have even paid it out.
Peter Southern, founder and Managing Director of Lockdecoders Ltd, told us that this is only the first of several important announcements that the firm will make over the next few weeks. Those will include new products being released, an important new application for the firm’s Magic engraving machines – aimed at the larger locksmiths shop, and a really comprehensive and inexpensive extended warranty.
"A purchase like a MiraClone will often pay for itself in 3 months so the chance to spread the payments for it over a similar time period is a great deal for the professional locksmith."
31st July 2013