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What our customers are saying:

Just to let you know...They are excellent and I am sure the rest of the family will be delighted.


Making Prices For Our Scanning Service as Transparent as Possible

Posted on: Wednesday, 29 December 2010

It was a key principle, when setting up PiciScan, that all customers viewing our site would get the exact price that they would pay for our scanning service on our site. Thanks in no small part to Hart Distribution, we have achieved this.

On most other scanning services’ websites, they tell you the price of scanning, but you have to dig a bit to find the price of return delivery.

With PiciScan, return delivery is FREE.

Also, with other businesses, there is no mention of how much it is likely to cost to get your precious memories to them. They might recommend Royal Mail Special Delivery, or Recorded Delivery. The cost of Special Delivery starts at £5.05 and for this you may send up to 100g through the post. When you take off the weight of a Jiffy bag, this leaves you with enough weight for about 14 photos. Not a huge order.

With PiciScan, if your order should exceed £45 – eg. 150 photos for scanning – we collect your order from your home or work address for FREE. We will still collect smaller orders, and for this we charge £4.66.

Check out or competitively priced scanning and digitising service.

Mark founded PiciScan in July 2010. He does all the scanning, designs the website and blogs about web design.

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