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SendMeFilters.com Announces Affiliate Program

Originally published: 09.25.12 by HVACR Business Staff


Sendmefilters.com, formerly directsolutions4u, is offering contractors an affiliate program designed to put them back in the filter business. The company offers more than 12,000 filter products and carries filter replacements for all major HVAC brands, the company announces.

Designed to be a contractor’s backroom support, the company offers competitive prices to save HVAC customers money and online shopping saves time. 

Contractors simply provide customers with a direct link to the site to order a new filter and the contractor receives a commission on each sale. In addition contractors can purchase at wholesale prices for their customers or for their own stock. 

For more information: 
www.sendmefilters.com 


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