Rockhampton Qld Furniture Rental Centrepay Easy Application Service Announced

EasyRent Furniture has announced it is now serving the Rockhampton area in Queensland, Australia. The company makes it easier for customers to buy affordable furniture on payments plants that suit their needs.

Molendinar, Australia - August 23, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Easy Rent Furniture has announced that it is now servicing Rockhampton in Queensland, Australia with affordable and easy rental plan applications for new furniture. This makes it easier for families to get the furniture they want with a simple application process and easy payments through direct debit or Centrepay.

More information can be found at: http://urlnk.net/rockhampton-qld

The site explains that through Easy Rent Furniture, customers can get great furniture rental plans at prices they can afford. This allows them to buy the furniture they want without having to wait.

Customers can therefore buy the lounge, dining and bedroom furniture they want at a price that suits their budget. Customers can use both direct debit and Centrepay to rent their new furniture, streamlining the buying process.

Furniture rental plans like this are ideal for those who want new furniture but can’t afford expensive prices. It is also a great option for those who can’t afford expensive repayment plans.

For customers whose furniture tends to fall apart, it can be expensive having to replace it regularly. Through affordable rental plans from Easy Rent Furniture, customers can break down the cost to make it easier to rent new furniture rather than trying to repair broken sofas, tables, or beds.

There are a number of benefits to buying furniture through Easy Rent Furniture. For example, deductions are set up easily through Centrepay and direct debit, and customers always get to talk to a real person.

For more information, watch this video: http://urlnk.net/vrockhampton

This helps them to find a unique solution to fit their specific financial situation. They will never get turned down by bots or automatically, because a real person will hear their case.

This is part of the reason that the company is able to say “yes” more often. The application process is a quick and simple, with customers just having to head to the online store to browse for their new furniture.

From there they can add their choices to the cart and begin the application process. Full details can be found on the URL above.

Additional information is provided at: http://urlnk.net/snewfurniture1

Company ABN 44 010 413 215 – Aust Credit License 388677

Contact Info:
Name: Richard van der Velde
Email: Send Email
Organization: Easy Payment Options
Address: 38 Activity Crescent, Molendinar, Queensland 4214, Australia
Phone: +61-1300-781-788
Website: https://easypaymentoptions.com.au

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88911316

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