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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Brian Martinez, Aug 3, 2015.

  1. Brian Martinez

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    Is dronesetc.com legit? Has anyone had any dealings with them? They seem to have a very easy finance plan on several models but I have never done business with them nor do I know anyone who has. Thanks.
     
  2. msinger

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    Yes. They are one of the larger authorized DJI dealers in the US.
     
  3. Brian Martinez

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    The credit app page is down. Thanks for the info.
     
  4. andydallas

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    When you look at the 'credit' they offer, it is really a lease that charges (when I figured it) over 35% interest, and since its a lease you can't just pay it off to get out of the interest, its paid up front.

    I ask the guy who in the world would lease with such horrible terms,,he just laughed,,he had told me it was figured on about a 15% interest rate,,I ran the numbers,,it was over 35%
     
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  5. Brian Martinez

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    Wow think I will reconsider, thanks.
     
  6. The_0perator

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    Yeah I'm no financial advisor, but similar to car tires, drones don't seem like the smartest thing to finance or lease......
     
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    I would recommend you find a seller that accepts PayPal and use their 6 months 0 interest. If you go beyond six months, then I believe it jumps to 20%. The reality is this, if you have to put this on credit and then crash it, you are not going to be happy.
     
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