Laptop Rental via Centrelink-Centrepay For Residents Of Salisbury SA

October 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Rent Laptops, is a company that offers affordable rental plans for laptops and tablets, Australia wide. They are now bringing this service to residents of Salisbury SA and the surrounding areas.

More information on Laptop rentals can be found at: http://urlnk.net/salisbury-sa

Richard van der Velde from Easy Payment Options explains that there are several ways to access the company’s rental program. “You may visit our online store, browse from our extensive inventory, and select the items you wish to rent. After checking out, you will be redirected to a webpage where you can continue with the application process. We will then evaluate your application and, if everything is in order, you will receive approval in just a few hours,” says van der Velde.

If an item is not available on the online store, clients may click on the “Apply Here” section of the website, which allows users to input their preferred item. A customer service representative from Easy Payment Options will then contact the applicant once they successfully source out the item. “If you wish to rent an item that is currently not available on our online store, please do not hesitate to contact us via our website. Simply tell us the SKU number or product code of your desired item and we will source it from our partner stores,” says van der Velde.

He also states that Easy Payment Options accepts two payment options; either Centrepay for Centrelink customers or Direct Debit from the client’s bank account. “You also have the option to purchase the laptop at the end of the rental term if you wish to keep it. Moreover, you are welcome to make an offer to buy the laptop at any point in time during the rental term. If you choose to do this, we will advise an acceptable purchase price to terminate the rental contract,” says van der Velde. Lastly, he points out that Easy Payment Options requires clients to submit proof of identification during the application process, including Photo ID License, Medicare card, names, address, and contact phone numbers of four friends or family members, bank statements, and CRN (if using Centrepay).

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The company’s default rental period is 24 months, and clients may choose from the company’s flexible payment plans. Short term rentals are also available, and payments can be made weekly or fortnightly depending on the client’s choice.

Easy Payment Options is one of the most trusted device rental companies in Australia, based on a number of positive reviews and recommendations the company has received online. They have an average rating of 4.8/5.0 on Facebook and 4.2/5.0 on the Google review platform.

One client, Martine Cosmo, says in a Google review, “I've dealt with Easy Payment Options for more than five years now and my 5-star rating is based on how helpful and professional this company is. I’ve never had any problems dealing with them, and I’ve never been turned away whenever I reached out to them.”

On Facebook, Lisa Carealot says, “Everyone at Easy Payment Options has been a huge part of my family for years now. We first started with a set of home furniture, followed by a fridge and a bed. Over the past seven years, these guys have helped my family out in times of need. I highly recommend Easy Payment Options to everyone because of their great customer service.”

Complete details can be found on the company’s website at: http://urlnk.net/ssalisbury-sa

Alternatively, clients may call the company on 1300 781 788 to inquire about their rental programs. Rent Laptops is a business name of CTR Rentals Pty Ltd which holds ABN 44 010 413 215 - Australian Credit License 388677.

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For more information about Easy Payment Options, contact the company here:

Easy Payment Options
Richard van der Velde
1300781788
info@easypaymentoptions.com.au
38 Activity Crescent, Molendinar, Qld 4214

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