Cyber Monday Deals-15% OFF on Brother TN580 Toner Cartridge

Because Brother is at your side our second Brother hot item of Inkjet Superstore's Cyber Monday is the Brother TN-580 Compatilbe Toner Cartridge.

Some details for you:

  • When you purchase the compatible Brother TN580 toner cartridge, you get terrific discount prices. With compatible cartridges you often pay less than half of what you pay with the OEM models. Cheap prices aren’t all we offer at Inkjetsuperstore.com. These Brother TN580 toner cartridges will meet or exceed the output and quality of the OEM toner cartridges.
  • The compatible Brother TN580 toner cartridge is created in a special ISO-9001 certified factory. They have high standards in cleaning, inspecting and testing each filled cartridge. On top of this, Inkjetsuperstore.com provides a one-year full money back guarantee on each of these toner cartridges. We’ll ensure you are fully satisfied.

  • The Brother TN580 toner cartridge is compatible with the Brother DCP-8060 MFP, DCP-8065 DN, HL 5200 Series, HL-5240, HL-5250DN, HL-5250DNT, HL-5270DN, HL-5280DW, MFC-8460N, MFC-8660 DN, MFC-8670 DN, MFC-8860 DN, MFC-8870 DW, MFC-8870DW.

Don't waste any more time, use Discount Code: THANKSGIVING_DAY_15 and start saving now!

                                    


 

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  • 12/1/2009 3:52 AM Leone Parette wrote:
    As with most businesses who have billions to spend on talent, Microsoft is making it difficult for a small businessman, like my grandpa, to do business. Grandpa is someone who knows a lot about cartridges but not much about computers over and above setting up a decent web site.

    This happens often in America. Those who have lots of cash (so called big business) make it so difficult for those without lots of cash (small business) to do business that the big guys remain big by giving instructions to the public that have the effect of making "grandpa's" business appear to be a threat.

    When that happens, the big guy can charge whatever he wants because the public has been told that, unless there is tremendous overhead spent on being a "legitimate" business, the person must be dishonest.

    In the meantime, the accountant for the big guy in the back office is skimming hundreds of thousands of dollars from the public, stealing credit card numbers, and doing all sorts of things that put the public in even greater jeopardy.

    I just want the Microsoft's of the world to be fair to grandpa.

    If Microsoft is going to put grandpa out of business with "out of this world" criteria, I want a look at their back rooms as well.

    But, hey, it works. Year after year, the Microsofts or Enrons or Worldcoms rack up billions in profits while the grandpas can't sell their product, until, suddenly, the big business rule givers are all sent to prison.

    In addition, it seems that 5000 BBB complaints against a Microsoft and 3000 against an IBM mean nothing. But, brother, have a couple of unjustified BBB complaints against grandpa, and Microsoft is the first to point to grandpa and say to the public, "SEE, the guy can't be trusted."

    What a world!

    For my money, I'll trust my grandpa 1000 times more than Microsoft, I don't care how much money they are giving to fight AIDS in Africa or to the public schools. None of that is doing our neighborhood any good. A kid next door was just stabbed at his public middle school, and none of us have AIDS so far.

    I'll have to write to Bill Gates to get advice regarding how to avoid that.

    What a world!

    Leone
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  • 12/1/2009 4:01 AM Ron wrote:
    We have been very satisfied with this company. I realize that Leone's grandpa has been hurt by some of the big guys making up the "rules of "legitimacy," but, from our experience, the Inkjet Superstore has been terrific.

    Thanks for being there for the public and for ToysPeriod
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