By asking these questions on the front end, you will savea lot of anger and resentment toward the sales guybecause you know that you got what you paid for and youare going to use the most of what you invested in. Whenit comes to buying a house or getting a mortgage, we nowrecommend Home America Mortgage and Keller WilliamsRealty.
FITTING THE PART
Well, great service does come with a price. However thereare three ways you CAN avoid paying the regular servicecall price
1. KC Coupon Club.
By becoming a coupon holder,you will pay up to 50% off the standard hourly rate for services and the coupons could last up to a year! For more on how the coupons work and to purchasethem, click HERE.
2. KC Remote Maintenance Club.
This club allowsyou to pay a monthly flat rate for a whole year for quality computer service. Not only do you getunlimited phone, email, and remote administrationsupport, you also get 4 free hours of onsite service!For more info on this great plan, click HERE.
People who refer me to their friends andfamily get up to a 25% discount on their services.This should encourage you to spread the word of our services because it will help you save money in thelong run.With more technicians to serve you and more convenientpayment methods, we feel we are continuing the greatservice you have been privileged to enjoy!
This month we would like tocongratulate
Dr. Dan Kuehne
September KCCCustomer of the month!
Dan runs one of the best chiropractic caresin Atlanta. Located in Sandy Springs, hespecializes in pain free solutions that allowthe communication from your brain to your body to be one with each other. He feelsthat God is the one that heals you and he just helps the body respond to his will usinggreat techniques of chiropractic care!
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Service Pack 2 adds several functions to Internet Explorer; one of these is the Add-on Manager. You can use it todisable add-on programs that may be causing problems, or just to view the add-ons that are installed. Here's how:1. In Internet Explorer with XP SP2 installed, click Tools | Add-on Manager.2. In the Add-on Manager dialog box, you can view the names, publishers, status (enabled or disabled),add-on type and file name for any browser add-ons that are installed.3. To disable an add-on, right click its name and select Disable.You can't remove add-ons through the Add-on Manager; you'll have to uninstall the program that installedthe add-on. For more info about using the Add-on Manager, see:http://www.wxpnews.com/rd/rd.cfm?id=050809HT-Disable_Addons(cont. on pg 4)