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    <p><font size=”5″><strong> Takes 2 More Articles from</strong></font><br />
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    It’s bad enough that last week they grabbed a major story that we scoured out  , now we want to make everyone aware of the continuous taking of article by on a daily bases ! <br />
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    We will continue to make everyone aware of there lack of imagination and feel that they they should go into another field of work besides toner since they are not that good at it . <br />
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    Just today they took :</font></strong></font><br />
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    <font size=”5″><strong>India’s first online remanufactured cartridges store launched</strong></font><br />
    <font size=”4″ color=”#008080″><strong><font color=”#FF0000″> </font>had this article in our database since last november but did not feel it was good enough to post on until yesterday the 22nd of january , well guess what it’s on the next day , total thiefs !!!</strong></font></p>
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    <font size=”4″>January 23, 2013 Cartridge remanufacturer Cartridge Junction announces launch of new online store for customers in India.<br />
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    The new eCommerce store has a range of remanufactured toner cartridges, including both colour and MICR cartridges, available to order across all major OEM brands at cost savings of “40 to 50 percent”, with Cartridge Junction asserting that it has a Pan India logistics network to deliver cartridges within four to five working days of ordering to any location in India, and customers being able to use the website to track their orders in “real time”.<br />
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    The website will be updated with new cartridges as they become available and as new printers are released, with Cartridge Junction also hoping to add printers, refill kits and other print accessories to the store in future.  Should customers not be able to find a particular cartridge on the site, Cartridge Junction says that it will try to source the cartridge model for the customer from elsewhere.<br />
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    Further benefits for Cartridge Junction online customers include special bulk rates for customers requiring a high volume of products, special discount offers for schools, colleges and NGOs and the ability to pay using multiple credit cards.<br />
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    In addition to the online store, Cartridge Junction undertakes cartridge refilling in a number of cities across India, including Mumbai, Pune and Delhi, as well as supplying cartridges in over 1,500 locations across India encompassing Tier I, Tier II and Tier III cities, with the company manufacturing its products using imported parts and toners in its hi-tech facility in Mumbai. The company also states that it has “pioneered” MPS in India, serving customers requiring high volume printing in multiple locations.<br />
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    The new website can be found at</font><br />
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    2nd articles taken from </font></strong><br />
    <strong><font size=”4″ color=”#008080″>We posted this on on the 22nd of  january and they post it the next day on the on the 23rd on there site ….</font></strong><br />
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    <font size=”5″><strong>HP granted permission to sell printers with start-up cartridges</strong></font><br />
    <font size=”4″>Indian Consumer court rules that supplying an introductory cartridge is not “unfair trade practice”, overturning earlier order.<br />
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    Mid Day reports that HP is now allowed to supply its printers with start-up cartridges filled with just three millilitres of ink thanks to a bench of State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, comprising of Presiding Member S R Khanzode and Member Narendra Kawde, who assert that selling a start-up cartridge with less ink than a standard cartridge is not classed as “unfair trade practise.<br />
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    The ruling comes after a previous order from a lower court, the Mumbai Suburban District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, which forced HP to pay Rs 650 ($12/€9) towards the cost of a standard cartridge along with Rs 10,000 ($186/€140) as compensation to 68-year old HP customer Rajan Alimchandandani, who took his case to court in 2007 after claiming that he was only able to print 22 pages before the cartridge ran out and that he was unaware that the OEM supplied start-up cartridges in its new printers.<br />
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    Furthermore, the forum had ordered that HP was to discontinue the practice of supplying start-up cartridges with their printers and provide regular cartridges instead.<br />
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    However, after allowing HP to appeal against the order, the court ruled in the OEM’s favour, stating: “The list of contents on the packing of the new printer cum copier, etc. clearly mentions the supply of [an] introductory cartridge containing three millilitres of ink and this introductory cartridge was duly supplied. Therefore, it is not that something misleading is represented to the complainant to induce him to buy the product.”<br />
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    Alimchandani, however, still feels that he was misled by HP, commenting: “After the court order, all of HP’s newspaper advertisements clearly stated that they were supplying start-up cartridges with their printers. Had I known this fact at the time of making the purchase, I would have opted for something else. Nowhere in their printers brochures was it mentioned that the device came with a start-up cartridge.”</font></p>