I don't know what my account number is .
Will work for peanuts
The reason for splitting is that the pricelist has become too big and difficult to navigate from the feedback we got from clients.
On the Gaming pricelist all High End Memory, Vga cards , Motherboards , Chassis , Power Supplies and peripherals , Etc.
If you look at the Online store you will also notice we created a Gaming Store where all the info is there
From the site:So I assume this is not open to the general public, and you will have to be registered as a dealer/retailer/service provider with Esquire?Please Note, You must already Be Registered as a Dealer Before You can Register Online
Read my signature on how to open up your account with us, then create your user profile on the Online Ordering site
I have managed to activate all MyBB members profiles on the Online site till 2:30am this morning
Still have another 400 or so to go for other resellers across the board
currently have 4726 users that are already activated
My online site account is not yet active, signed up yesterday & I want to order today. I realise you've been swamped but can you please expedite?
Last edited by evilstebunny; 02-09-2011 at 12:35 PM.
I have been trying to download a price list from Esquire for weeks now.
It requires a login. I do not have these login details. I have tried my account number/name/email none of those work. I have registered online and that has gone through successfully. If I use those details it still does not allow me to download a price list.
Any help would be appreciated.
Try this link .. http://specials.esquire.co.za/Pricelist%20Links.html <- not the online pricelists though
Last edited by evilstebunny; 02-09-2011 at 01:00 PM.
Link does not work, it times out.
Yes that works and has been working in the past. I will then just use that instead of the website.
Quick question, how long does the account activation usually take?
Will work for peanuts
Thanks Esquire, collected my order from your friendly PE office this morning. Was a breeze... order was picked and ready for collection when I walked in. What a pleasure!!
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