Your Legal Right to Choose

  • Manufacturers cannot legally require a printer owner or lessee - verbally or otherwise - to purchase supplies exclusively from them.

  • This unlawful "tying agreement" violates provisions of the Sherman and Clayton Antitrust Acts and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Improvement Act.

  • In a landmark 1936 case, the Supreme Court ruled that IBM could not terminate a customer's data processing machine lease, if the customer chose to use tabulating cards from other manufacturers. The more recent Magnuson- Moss Warranty Improvement Act title 15, Section 2303 specifically prohibits a manufacturer from conditioning a written or implied warranty on the use of its own brand product except under very restrictive circumstances.

  • If, in the unlikely event our supplies have been the source of damage to your equipment, you are protected by our warranty. We will reimburse you for the cost of repairs with adequate documentation from the service technician.

  • Our USPSŪ-approved products are designed to meet or exceed the original brand name.

  • If a Pitney Bowes representative threatens to void your machine's warranty or charge for a service call because you are using a compatible supply, ask for their statement in writing.

To your consumer rights and prosperous business endeavors,

      - The Postage Ink Solutions Team