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Colman offers PayPal's 'Bill Me Later' as financing option
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May '14
Colman and Company officially announces that they are offering Bill Me Later as a form of purchasing their products. Bill Me later is a product offered by PayPal that allows people to purchase items without any payments or interest for a given period of time. At the time of this notice, Bill Me Later is offering 6 months no payment.
 
Michael, Operations Manager at Colman and Company, states, “Our customers have asked us many times if we offer financing and we are proud to finally be able to say we do!”  Their clients are purchasing supplies for Direct to Garment Printers, Rhinestone Machines or Embroidery Machines. Bill Me Later will allow them to save money by making bulk purchases; even when cash is short. 
 
This is a great way for their customers to avoid paying high credit card interest fees when purchasing supplies. Colman and Company also mentions that with the addition of this new form of payment their customers can now better take advantage of deals as they arrive.  
 
About Colman and Company: 
Colman and Company sells apparel decorating supplies for Direct to Garment Printers, Commercial Embroidery Machines, and Commercial Rhinestone Machines (Bling Machines). They also offer an extensive line of products for people just getting started in the apparel decorating business or hobbyists that seek out professional quality supplies. “We are large enough to offer products at good prices and small enough to treat you like our biggest customer!”
 

Colman and Company


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