‘I have seen the light’ and now I can finally buy my washing machine – but I don’t have to wait too long
By Emma Bowerman The owner of a shop in South East London is using a service called AlignmentShop to order a washing machine online, and has even managed to get a receipt for it.
The machine has been delivered by a man who lives in the UK, and he has told the Daily Mail that the machine has already been installed in his home.
Alignment Shop offers customers the opportunity to order and pay for their washing machine from a variety of sources, including online, through mobile apps, and through a credit card.
The company has also provided the customer with a credit note that details their order and details the delivery date.
However, the customer was unable to order the washing machine at the moment because it was not in stock, and there were no online stores to buy it from.
In a Facebook post, the owner of Alignment shop, Andrew Smith, said that he has been waiting for the machine to arrive for a couple of weeks now, and that he had even received an order for it on Tuesday.
“It’s been sitting in the shop for almost three weeks,” he wrote.
“When it finally arrived yesterday, it was just as amazing as it was the first time.
It’s a wonderful machine.”
The owner told the paper that he thought he would have to pay around £50 for it, but had to pay £50 in order to get the money he had spent on the machine.
“I’ve seen the lights and now, with the internet and everything, I can buy my next washing machine,” he said.
“So, I have a credit on the account, so that I can afford it.
Smith told the Mail that he was happy to use the service, as long as the customer pays for it himself. “
The credit is the one that gives me the confidence to make the purchase, so I can actually afford it, and it’s not as if it’s going to cost a fortune.”
Smith told the Mail that he was happy to use the service, as long as the customer pays for it himself.
“But if you’ve got a credit to spare, then I wouldn’t recommend it,” he told the newspaper.
“If you can afford to pay for the washing machines yourself, then by all means do it.”
Alignment’s website states that it provides “a wide range of payment methods, including cash, card, debit and cheque”.
Smith added that he does not mind paying for the machines, as it is “just like buying a new car, if you can pay for it yourself.”
He also told the London Evening Standard that the customer who has ordered the washing-machine, “can be quite pleased” with the delivery.
“He’s not in the mood to go to a shop and say ‘oh, this is what it costs’,” he said, adding that the “lucky” customer “is in the minority.”
AlignShop is a joint venture between Alignment and online marketplace ShoeBuyer, which allows customers to order their own washing machine and pay the seller directly for the product. “
They might not have the money, but the customers who have the credit to pay, I’m sure, will be quite happy with the result.”
AlignShop is a joint venture between Alignment and online marketplace ShoeBuyer, which allows customers to order their own washing machine and pay the seller directly for the product.
The website allows customers “to quickly and easily buy washing machines, washing machines and washing machines accessories”.
It states that “we provide a wide range, from home to work and even in different parts of the world”.
It also states that Alignment is “open to any UK customer, regardless of nationality, who wants to order, pay for and deliver washing machines for free”.
The company also states on its website that the average monthly fee for an Alignment order is around £150.