MobiQuip online launch supercharged by click and collect service

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Online mobility dealer MobiQuip, which launched recently, has boosted its initial growth prospects by introducing a new click and collect service.

The service, which is unique for an online-only dealer, has reportedly been received well by customers who are able to receive products more quickly.

It also means customers can try out their order for suitability and receive advice before taking the product home.

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The service is designed to give the customer confidence in how to use and maintain their product and will be able to collect it from the firm’s premises in Melton Mowbray.

MobiQuip’s new service is part of its strategy to differentiate itself from other online retail models in the sector which are sometimes seen as ‘box-shifters’ by traditional dealers.

The service works by customers ordering their product on MobiQuip’s website and pre-arranging a pick-up appointment where they can test it for suitability.

A full refund is available instantly for those customers who change their mind after testing.

Richard Smith, co-owner of MobiQuip, said: “Our customers love our excellent customer service and with our new click and collect service, they can come and experience it face-to-face as well as having the opportunity of testing out the products they’ve ordered before taking them back home.

“This will ensure that they are 100% happy with their new purchase and they can receive useful advice from our team to help them make the most of the product.”

For all click and collect appointments, customers will be required to produce their proof of purchase and a form of identification and call in advance to arrange an appointment.

The MobiQuip team is also on-hand to answer questions, provide advice and make recommendations on suitable products based on customer needs on-site, via phone, email and live chat.

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Joe Peskett

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  1. i thought we had been doing this since the 90’s like most of our competitors but i must be mistaken?!?!

  2. Online company offers ‘click and collect’ is the story? Sorry to break it but is has been around for while…

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