The Home Furniture Delivery Guide - kindle ebook by Paul Green

What sense does it make to buy furniture you do not receive? Since you will not be able to use the furniture if it’s not in your home, everything else is secondary to it being delivered. What good is a 70% discount if you don’t get the goods? Even if it’s made of the best quality material in the world, what good is that to you if you don’t have the product to use?

As Humans, we are all physical beings and have to use physical products. None of us can sleep online; none of us can eat online, and none of us can breathe online. Therefore none of us can live online. We all live on this physical planet called Earth and eat, sleep and breathe in its atmosphere. And yet, everyone sells the physical products we use as if they can be delivered online. I don’t know about you, but the last time I checked there was no technology available which allows us to just “drag” products, from the screens of our devices, directly into our physical space.

If you’ve found yourself ordering products (online or in-store) only to be disappointed by delivery issues, you are not the only one to do so. You’re not the first and you’re certainly not going to be the last person to go through this bad experience.  This is because all retailers have problems delivering merchandise incident-free to their customers. Therefore, the sole purpose of this guide is to teach you how to easily and quickly avoid these problems.

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