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“Do not work with this company”

Written on: 15/12/2013

One of the worse companies out there. Original sales guy who sold us the machine cannot be found. New sales guys keep adding more charges! Stay away from the company at all cost… Read Full Review

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“Salesman made it up”

Written on: 05/12/2013

Felt hounded into taking out a contract. Salesman seemed to make it up as he went saying future charges are down to Salesman and could not give costs at the outset. Felt like i was being "hoodwinked" into something… Read Full Review

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“EXORBITANT CHARGES”

Written on: 21/10/2013 by mjd360 (2 reviews written)

My review applies to a Franking machine from this company. I agreed to rent a machine having previously used Pitney Bowes some years earlier who were also dreadful. After a few weeks, the ink quality on the franking was so poor that the post office refused the mail. This cost me around £15 to stamp the offending letters at the Post Office. I called the company and they said there may be a fault with the ink cartridge and to post it back to them and they would send another one out at a cost of… Read Full Review

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“FP Mailing - Not a reputable Company ”

Written on: 19/10/2012

After watching the Panorama program \"Reading writing and rip off's\" I decided to look through all the contracts my employer had in place for printers, scanner and folding machines etc. I was horrified to find that FP Mailing had charged almost 3 times more than the RRP to lease a Folding inserter machine! I spoke to the account manager who told me and I Quote "well you were happy at the time so I'm surprised you are unhappy now" and confirmed she received a bonus for the renewal. I then… Read Full Review

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Written on: 21/10/2013

My review applies to a Franking machine from this company. I agreed to rent a machine having previously used Pitney Bowes some years earlier who were also dreadful. After a few weeks, the ink quality on the franking was so poor that the post office refused the mail. This cost me around £15 to stamp the offending letters at the Post Office.

I called the company and they said there may be a fault with the ink cartridge and to post it back to them and they would send another one out at a cost of "£130". If a fault was found with the original cartridge, then they would refund me. fair enough. they sent the cartridge back saying it was fine. A few days later the same problem occured with the NEW cartridge. I called them and they arranged for a new franking machine. Now its OK.

The problem is that they will not refund me for the £130 cartridge as its been used even though the fault was with the machine. The cartridge life is 12 months and so by the time i get to use it, it will have gone off.

It doesn't really work out cheaper to use these things. My advice is to order £2000 worth of stamps before the price increase in postage and you will then save just as much money in the long run.

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