If you don’t ask (compare) you won’t know!

After discussing the title of this blog with several users of Improve That Price, it appears to be correct to say that you will only know if you ask or, in this case, compare whether or not you are given the best possible deal.

It would seem perfectly normal to ask the people you work with and supply you, and you depend on,  if you are being given the best possible prices. I understood from my discussions however that not everyone feels comfortable asking these questions especially with people they’ve had a longterm relationship with as it could appear to suggest that there was a lack of trust.

Some users felt that they preferred to avoid confrontation and just continued to pay the full price as it was the easy choice.

Improve That Price has helped businesses in many different ways and this is another example why it pays to compare.

I am frequently asked whether we will ever charge for the service we provide and I always reply the same, Improve That Price will always be free for users!

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