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IBM Sells Computers Over Internet with Credit Cards

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IBM Credit Corporation made it easier and more convenient to purchase refurbished PCs over the Internet today with the debut of the IBM Refurbished Computer Warehouse at: http://mer.shop.ibm.com/shopping/ibmcredit.

Located at IBM’s World Wide Web site, the Refurbished Computer Warehouse provides visitors the opportunity to purchase refurbished IBM PCs electronically with their credit cards. With this new addition to the home page, credit card transactions are safe and are secured by encryption/decryption software. Customers will continue to be able to use the current process in which an order can be placed by calling 800-IBM-5440 or by sending an e-mail to pcused@vnet.ibm.com.

This web site was built using IBM’s CommercePOINT technology. CommercePOINT is a family of electronic commerce products and services designed to provide end-to-end solutions for electronic buying and selling on the World Wide Web. A secured web browser, such as Netscape Navigator 3.0(a), is require to make online purchases. U.S. customers can order a wide variety of PCs from low end 486 machines up through machines with Pentium(b) processors. The availability of systems and models changes routinely. Once a PC is ordered, it will be shipped to a U.S. site within 48 hours. Each system comes with a seven-day money back guarantee and a 90-day quality guarantee.

IBM Credit Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of IBM Corporation, offering businesses of all sizes end-user leasing and financing for IBM and complementary solutions and non-IBM information technology acquired from IBM or remarketers. A broad array of asset management services is offered, and IBM Credit also provides remarketers with inventory and accounts receivable financing. Visit the IBM customer financing home page at http://www.financing.ibm.com.

(a) Trademark or registered trademark of Netscape Communications Corporation.

(b) Registered trademark of Intel Corporation.

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