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0% interest free at ivojo.co.uk??

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Sly, Feb 6, 2005.

  1. Sly

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    does anyone know what their terms are?
    just says ''Please call for interest free options , Note that a minimum 10% deposit is required''.
    just wondered what time periods they did (would be a z3 or ae700).
     
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    i shall be phoning them either tomorrow or tuesday about the exact same thing.
     
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    Someone aske dthat question in the week.

    Ken of ivojo replied -

    0% interest over six months with the balance due at the end of the 6th month. Failure to pay the balance will result in an extended period of repayment with the interest rate increasing. (by quite a figure so make sure you pay it off).

    Much like most finance deals available on the high street.

    Hope this helps,

    Cap.
     
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    ta cap. will have to phone still as i think 6 months will be pushing it for me. i dont mind paying an extra few hundred if i can take a yr / yr & 1/2 etc to pay it off.
     
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    12 months at discount tv friend. I got a 700 the day before new years eve from them. Excellent service. No deposit was needed, and I have 12 months to pay full amount, then it if isnt paid, move to a 36 months option with tons of interest ( no chance of that happening :))

    http://www.discounttv.co.uk/

    Al
     
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    i would rather it was a direct debit style thing , anyone do that?
    dont trust myself to save!
     
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    well you could just take the option of at the end off 11 months, just signing up to a cheap credit card and paying for it on that for anything left on the balance.

    Al

    Oh and the AE700, brilliant :thumbsup:
     
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    hhmmmm might give that a go!
     

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