May 31, 2013

Posted by jinson on Friday, May 31, 2013
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Looking to buy cartridges for your laser or inkjet printer online? If you Google your request you will be bombarded with tons of sites able to fill your request. The real task is not finding a place to buy the cartridges but actually finding a site that is going to provide you with an upstanding product.

Before selecting a site to purchase from it is important to do some research. A great indicator as to if a company is on the up and up is the amount of time they have been in business. A company in it for a quick sale usually will not last too long in the industry because they are not concerned with providing customers with a quality product. Therefore, they will probably not receive repeat customers or great reviews. Try to find a company that has been in business for at least five years.


Another thing to look out for when choosing a company to buy ink from is the types of products they carry. Dedicated sellers of ink and toner printer cartridges will usually concentrate only on those areas. They will not have lots of other products at their website, so if you see a company that sells hundreds of items, among them ink and toner cartridges like the Epson #87 T087720, it is a sign that they have not invested enough in the demanding field of printer ink cartridges.

When you make a purchase, confirm that the product you are buying stacks up properly to the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) cartridge that came with your printer. This is most important because it shows how dedicated the company is to ensuring the ink you purchase will be compatible with your printer. With modern manufacturing techniques it is possible to get a cartridge that meets or exceeds the OEM specifications in all aspects. You only want to purchase from a company that cares about meeting these specifications. They should also state clearly that their cartridges are manufactured to the exact demands of the OEM products – even details about their methods of remanufacturing should be provided. 


If you have further doubts call the customer service number and talk to a representative to get a better idea on their knowledge. If they are legitimate, they will be able to supply the knowledge to back up their products. You should also ask them to explain the warranty policy to make sure they take care of their customers after their purchase. 

At Comp and Save we are devoted to supplying our customers with upstanding ink cartridges that exceed OEM specifications. We would be happy to answer any questions you have concerning your ink purchases.


About the Author: Andrew Yeung is president of CompAndSave, a leading online provider of premium printer ink cartridges, including remanufactured and compatible printer ink cartridges. With deals every month and a 1-year guarantee of quality, CompandSave provides an easy way for people and businesses to purchase printer ink and accessories.


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