iMarket Guarantee and Customer Bill of Rights
iMarket’s Customer Bill of Rights Guarantee
- You will be 100% satisfied with iMarket’s customer service practices.
- You will receive weekly communication with an account representative to assess your site and needs.
- You can call iMarket’s owners at any time and voice your concerns.
- Everything we say we will do, we will do, and it will be guaranteed in writing.
- iMarket will meet or exceed your expectations as a vendor.
"Apples–to–Apples" Best Value Lowest Cost Guarantee
We invite you to compare iMarket’s Domination Package to comparable web design/development, SEO, and SEM services offered by other firms. We guarantee that in an "apples–to–apples" comparison, iMarket’s Domination Package will give you the best value at the lowest cost, in terms of number of leads generated, cost per lead, and customer service.
Web designers rarely put anything in writing, but iMarket always does. We know that our products and services are the best on the market and we stand by them. The upfront costs of an iMarket website may be higher, but our long–term ROI far exceeds that of our competitors. If you do succeed in finding a better price in a valid comparison of the same type and quality of products, services, and results, we will cheerfully match that price.
Here's what people say:
iMarket has been very attentive in answering our questions and returning calls/emails promptly to us. They are working diligently in obtaining the volume of business we are pursuing.
iMarket Solutions also conducts great phone conferences to personally explain our campaigns, reports, and any feedback that we have for them. They really take our feedback into consideration and value our requests as a customer.
iMarket gives great overall customer service and attention to detail. They have been a pleasure to work with. Thank you Nadia and Martina for all of your help!!!
Triad Mechanical Co, Inc.
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