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LAPTOP <<<---- installment basis

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where can i possibly buy laptop of any brand, any model either as brand new or surplus in cebu that is on installment basis? :bighug:

 

i don't have any credit cards ... and i'm planning to pay the said item through cash in a monthly installment plan :good:

 

please let me know ... you may post the answer in here or PM me directly :db:

 

 

 

 

cheers! :angel:

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go to open pinoy they have laptop used for sale under 5000 pesos. Credit in PH is expensive. Openpinoy.com has good warrenty and delivers to your door.

Credit wise Encor or Octagon.

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:idontknow::popcorn:

 

 

 

hello lazydays and USMS-Retired :hug:

 

and i'm not sure what lazydays does trying to emphasized with the emoticons being used (lol) :noevil:

 

any way, thanks USMC-Retired for sharing the site. it's truly of big help. i just hope they will accept monthly cash installment basis ... i guess i have to maximize my negotiating skills on this aspect :thumbsup:

 

any 2nd hand or surplus and items from the threadsters here that are not anymore or being unused? perhaps it's okay to make a deal then :wink:

 

 

 

cheers! :highfive:

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A used machine from open pinoy does offer credit however metro manila. Seriously I would look at a used machine they offer a warranty for the machine and I know for a fact they honor it. At under 5,000 pesos would get you over the hump for 6 months as you save the payments. Then you could still sell it for what you paid.

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The way it usually works in the Philippines when you don't have money - get a loan (bank, loan shark, wherever) and then pay cash.

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The way it usually works in the Philippines when you don't have money - get a loan (bank, loan shark, wherever) and then pay cash.

 

 

hello ckfm and USMS-Retired :morn:

 

and i hope i'm that established to acquire loan, as well, have something for a collateral ... but any way, good suggestions :itsokay:

 

 

 

cheers! :drinks:

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and i'm not sure what lazydays does trying to emphasized with the emoticons being used (lol)

 

The first smiley was an "I don't know" smiley. The second was eating popcorn. So, since he had no answer for you, he was going to sit back and watch the thread.

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The first smiley was an "I don't know" smiley. The second was eating popcorn. So, since he had no answer for you, he was going to sit back and watch the thread.

 

 

wow! :hyper:

 

really!? if so, then that's a good interpretations (lol) :good:

 

 

cheers! :drinks:

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hello ckfm and USMS-Retired :morn:

 

and i hope i'm that established to acquire loan, as well, have something for a collateral ... but any way, good suggestions :itsokay:

 

 

 

cheers! :drinks:

 

 

i'll finance you no problem - all i need is your passport for collateral .. Then as soon as you have the loan paid off you can pick up the lap top !! Always service with a smile here !!

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