Long and Mcqaudes is actually pretty forgiving with payments i've heard(i've never financed anything from them). I talked to a few people who said that they fell way behind on their payments and Long And Mcquades came and took the gear back...however a year or so later they went back and financed gear again and they didn't mention anything about the previous gearRumble_b said:They almost give stuff away! I think anyone can get financing through them. A friend of mine fell a few payments behind on one of his guitars and they never called or anything. When he paid what was owing on friday they didn't even say anything. Just thanks, and asked if he was looking for anything else.
NICE! And what the cheapest I can pay per month on an item thats like 230 dollars?david henman said:...twice a year (june and novermber, i think) they have a "zero interest for six months" sale that makes it extremely easy to purchase items that are normally just out of reach.
If you buy it during one of those interest-free deals, it's a six-month duration I believe. So take the total with tax, divided by six.SnowBlind said:NICE! And what the cheapest I can pay per month on an item thats like 230 dollars?
If there's a problem call the head office in Toronto, explain your situation, and it should be taken care of.I'm headed for L&M in Cambridge in a bit and generally speaking I agree with Imbackagain2,I've come close to really letting go on the heavy guy a couple of times but I held back.If I hear anything I don't particularily like today whether It's directed at me or not I think I'll be having a chat with the manager(if it isn't him) or the head office.I've seen some young guys treated a bit rude a few times and it was totally uncalled for imo.I've spent enough money there that I won't hesitate anymore.