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Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Computer Service Contracts: Read the Fine Print

Have you ever read the fine print on your computer service contract? If you are using an unprofessional firm, your contract may not give you any type of guarantee; you may simply be paying for little or no service.

On the other hand, you ay be trusting a hobbyist who doesn't even offer a computer service contract. If that's the case, you're likely to be shocked when you find your machine in more fragile shape after it's worked on. Additionally, you will likely discover that the hobbyist offers no guarantee.

Quality Service - Guaranteed

When you choose a company and a computer service contract, you should read the contract carefully. They should offer a guarantee of service for a certain length of time after repairs and that time period should be clearly outlined in the contract.

In addition, a quality company will also tell you exactly what your contract does and does not cover in clear language. If you have questions, you want a company that is more than happy to answer them before you sign the contract.

Finding a quality company can be the key to your future success. With their expertise and competence, you can be confident that your machines will keep functioning properly for years to come. To learn more about choosing a computer service contract, read the article, Read The Fine Print Of Those Computer Service Contracts (link above).

Posted by Computer Consulting 101 Professional Kit