oh yeah. so when a customer buys from this relabeler he does not knowtrevor said:Ian wrote:
Hi Ian, I know that "we" use inks from a number of different suppliers.
what he is getting at any point in time
oh yeah more standard bs. this is what they all say. this is what isUnfortunately, some of these are guarded secrets
wrong with the industry. read for your self. this is what i have been
trying to tell people.
nobody but the oems know who they get what from and the what is underso I can't just come out
and tell you. Often, we source product from the same manufacturers that the
patent so as long as the who meets the patent it really does not make a
difference who they are since the oems closely monitor the quality and
righto they are willing to fire their employees for telling the truthand that puts the source "overseas". That's as much as I can tell
you without getting fired.
and disclosing what the customer is really buying. what a joke.
no no they designed, engineered a patented printing system where the inkAnd shot at sundown. And buried in a shallow
grave where vermin are sure to nibble on me.
What I am interested in is this whole question of "relabeling". The major
OEM manufacturers "relabel" all the time.
is only part of the system and they control all aspects.
right i going to put an hp cart in my canon printerHave you noticed how cartridges
from one manufacturer fit another manufacturer's printer? It's the same
hardware platform being relabeled and sold as "Lexmark" or "Dell" or
what-have-you. You know this, don't you? Or is this news?
it all isNow as to problematic ink,
you went and bought a $1000 Epson printer and the printhead (a permenantthis is where I am in the odd position of
defending Measekite. I'll admit this on behalf of a company that's been
working since 1991 to deliver value: sometimes it screws up.
In other words, we've been suckered just like many of "you". It happens.
That's where our 100% satisfaction guarantee comes in. If we ship a
defective product, you get your money back. In other words,
one) was ruined from the generic ink. So you get back the $10.00 you
paid for the ink and lost $1,000 printer. whoa baby let me otta here.
that is exactly what they all say. without knowing what you are buyingwe don't make
money off selling inferior products. We make money off selling superior
products for less.
the customer cannot tell up from down in this industry. the oems give
you a consistant brand and the same thing is sold all over.
That's why "we" like Measekite. If you never, ever go aftermarket, you are
reasonably assured of specified performance. Of course, if you can live
with $.13 per sheet, you have no problems.
I myself have a budget to maintain, just like everybody else. I understand
how the aftermarket can save money and improve quality, but it's on a
case-by-case basis and CAVEAT EMPTOR.
The buyer has to beware cause he does not know what he is buying.Let the buyer beware.