Dynamic Testimonials



The printer arrived on time and was installed without incident. It is my wife's pharmacy and the non-technical crew there got it going without even a phone call. Thanks for excellent service!
      20 December 2006 06:19:30



Thank you, and your team, for getting that out so timely. It's nice to know that you not only sent it quickly, but that you sent a quality piece of equipment. It helps me feel more confident each time I order from Argecy.
      18 December 2006 08:53:08



Response to email from Walter Ford: Machines shipped clean, blown and airpacked. Test prints and power cord included. Tumbled and damaged by carrier.
      15 December 2006 09:12:00



We purchased 2 refurbished Lexmark OptraS 2450 printers that arrived in very poor condition. One of the printers was covered in toner and was absolutely filthy. The other printer was broken and upon further examination was found to full of dust dirt and debris.
      14 December 2006 23:05:21



Hello Rachel Dworkin, Thank you for the follow up email. Yes, the printer arrived well packed and hookup was a breeze. We use it in our family owned pharmacy (founded in 1962 ) along with several other Lexmark printers. I am very satisfied with Argecy and will buy again from them. I will also recommend your company to other business associates. Sincerely, David Fiore Pharmacist/Owner Prescription Center Pharmacy Rome, NY
      08 November 2006 10:21:44



You have no idea how much time I spent on the Web trying to find part number or someone that could help me with my tiny plastic arm. The ‘Bell Crank Arm’ you sold me arrived today and I had it installed in 5 minutes. My accounting department has been having to print legal size at another printer in the division and had been so upset about it had actually tried budgeting for a new printer due to the fact that the second tray was down. You made my controller and accounting department very happy, especially now that it is budget season. Thank you for your help, and you will be getting more business from me. Still need to know if you can get a Maintenance Kit for a HP4300N please. Thanks again. Alan Holt IS Manager McLane Midwest
      08 September 2006 08:49:32



Requested a manual and technical assistance for a troublesome printer and received it instantly. Thanks Dave great response.
      10 August 2006 15:00:35



Bravo....another great editorial. You expressed sentiment which I too have felt and turmoiled over. In addition, I find that Ebay per click advertising to be fraudulent as well as ineffective. Moreover, it has lead to a lack of integrity of information found on the web. The frustration is being felt not just from us but from the end-user as well. The backlash should ensue, but what do we do in the meantime? Well, from our experience, we have begun to see a shift back towards relational selling at the end-user level. We have made a conscious effort to find and pursue this business and it has had tremendous rewards. However, and this is important, you must position your self within a market with a large commodity base and or a niche market with a high dollar attached to it. Either you do low margin w/big volume or low margin w/big margin. I pray the best of wisdom and great rewardsin the path you choose.
      03 August 2006 12:21:03



David but like the .com bust those "middlemen" will eventually fall by the wayside as they exhaust their customer set with poor service. Customers are really like you and me ! They will gravitate to those that they trust, provide value........ people like you! This too shall pass!
      03 August 2006 12:17:44



RE: August 06 editorial I kept telling myself that I was imagining the change and it started out very slow and subtle. Now however if I do a search for any item I wish to buy I usually end up going to the second page of the results simply to find someone who is stocking the item themselves. There was a time when Google actually gave me usable results at the top of the list and was so much better than any other competing product. The bottom line is its all about the money and not about the integrity of the search engines. But then I have to ask myself When did any internet concern EVER say they were a bastion of integrity. They are simply another company making a buck as fast as they can. The only way things will change, if even temporarily, will be if a competing search engine becomes available that wouldnt play the Middleman game.
      03 August 2006 12:12:14




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