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How Are Terms And Conditions Decided On?

demadpg Said,May 11th, 2011 @9:17 pm 

meron bang provision ang batas tungkol sa paggawa ng terms and conditions?

    Wala akong nalalaman na provision na batas tungkol sa terms and conditions sa laundry businesses ngunit para sa akin, mahalaga ang tiwala ng bawat isa bilang isang kostumer at isang nagmamay ari ng establisimento. Sa ganitong paraan, mas nagiging maganda ang resulta ng trabaho, at pumapa ibabaw ang mas magandang layunin.

Dapat ba na ang isang terms and condition e pro customer at nagproprotekta sa interest ng customer?

    Ang terms and conditions ay nag p-protekta sa magkabilang panig, sa interes ng customer at sa nag may ari ng establishment.

Tama ba na kapag nawala o napalitan ang isang item na ipinalaba e walang pananagutan ang may ari ng laundry shop?o kya e babayaran lang ng 3times sa ginastos mo sa pagpapalaba?

    May pananagutan ang may ari ng laundry shoppe depende sa terms and conditions na nakasaad sa job order. Nasa costumer na lang kung tatanggapin nya ang naka saad. Sa sarili naming pwesto, 3x ng halaga ng palaba ang aming sinasagot.
    Dapat nating tandaan na sa aming mga nagmamay ari ng negosyo, ang layunin namin parati ay makapag bigay ng magandang serbisyo sa mga costumer. Ang customer ang susi sa tagumpay ng bawat negosyo, kaya’t sila rin ang pinaka unang dapat bigyan ng importansya, sa lahat ng oras – sa lahat bagay. Pinapakinggan ang panig, at tinitignan kung pano ito matutugunan. Diplomasya ang kailangan, at higit sa lahat – respeto.

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Some FAQ’s On Start Up Laundry Business

jaypot Said,May 22nd, 2011 @11:34 pm 

Hi Ms Etten,
I am very thankful I finally found your helpful site specially on us- newbie. I am planning to start this kind of venture but I need your advise before i will proceed in purchasing the equipment. I dont Have any idea with this biz but with the help of this blog I learned alot and pursue me to put up one soonest..

  • What is better machine : front load or top load?
  • Frontload, it being water efficient, and for me it cleans better than top load.

  • what kg capacity is necessary in starting up-
  • a pair of 10 kg capacity washer and dryer would be a good start

  • DRYERS: gas or electric?
  • gas, logic is just like in our homes, we use gas stove, instead of electric stove because electricity is expensive.

  • can you please refer me a good supplier
  • No particular supplier in mind, just visit appliance stores and choose among those displayed

  • Any brand do you prefer? which will be less maintenance with superb performance
  • No brand in particular,

  • I am planning to start with P-Up station and with oncall p-up+delivery
  • Just make sure you can manage to monitor both your main and your pick up station.

  • Is there any seminar within manila this coming july or june 2011? and how can I buy your module maam.
  • There’s a seminar happening in Manila on June 25, 2011, kindly check on my post. Seminar comes with free modules already. ;)

  • I want to start with 2 machine and 2 dryers…
  • That’s a good start
    Please help me, and looking forward to meet you maam in one of your seminar.

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    Laundry Business June 2 CEBU Meet Ups Now Open!

    Hi people from Cebu,neighboring cities and islands!
    Good news! I’ll be in Cebu on June 2,2012. Saturday to discuss laundry business. Anybody interested, you can contact me at this number -09228267515.

    You can deposit payment thru BDO account number 2330002102. Name- Maria Monina Santos. Fee is 3000. Thank you and have a nice day!

    Hope to see everyone!

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    Prepayment, Should It Be Imposed?

    technospin Said

    Hi, Monette:

    Is it a good idea to ask clients for a downpayment?

    I used to require a 50% downpayment for all services at P200 and above then decided to stop doing so ’cause some clients have their laundry done way before payday and do not have the cash to pay in advance.

    However, I noticed that, lately, I have a lot of unclaimed laundry (less than 30 days pa naman), but I could definitely use the cash for various business expenses… right here, right now. Well, instead of waiting, waiting, and waiting for my receivables.

    Appreciate your thoughts on this.

    Hi Grich,

    Imposing a 50% deposit or prepayment is ok for as long as the customer agrees into it. Some laundry shops offer a prepayment promo wherein they pay in advance in exchange for a discount. Some customers agrees to pay also, without questions. Bottom line really is how your customers would react to it.

    Regardless, I think we should not be worried wether the customer would claim or not. We the laundry shop owners are not at the losing end, they are. If they don’t claim the laundry items, we would always have a way to turn it into cash, and we would always have a surplus.

    Have a nice day!

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    MAY Laundry Business Seminar, Now Open For Reservation

    Schedule of the next seminar is MAY 28,2011 – MANILA AREA

    It will start 9:00 am onwards till end of open forum (ONE DAY ONLY)

    For the seminar, here are the topics to be discussed:

    -Start up capitalization
    -Feasibility Study
    -Setting Up of the Laundry Shop( lay out)
    -Dry cleaning Procedure
    -Marketing Strategies
    -How to’s on the Operational Procedure
    -Stain removal Procedure
    -Forms and Fliers

    Bonus topics:

    -How to make your own Fabric softener and fabric freshener to make your business more profitable!

    Modules will be given out for the seminar
    Open forum at the end of the seminar

    Location of the seminar is on site:
    Mr. Laundry Shoppe
    12 Mayor Ignacio Santos Diaz St. FORMER BANAHAW ST. Cubao, Q.C.
    map here —–> location

    Seminar Fee is P2100.- PER SLOT. NO SIT IN PLEASE.

    Early Bird Promo if you reserve on or before MAY 7,2011. Fee is P1800.-
    If you pay on the seminar date itself, fee is P2500.00

    Payments are accepted through bank deposit.


    We require pre-payment please..NO PAYMENT, NO RESERVATION
    There’s VERY LIMITED slots available, so please reserve early.

    You can txt at CEL # 09228267515;
    BTW, meal is served.

    Hope to see you there!

    Have a nice day everyone!

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