SimplyFixIt is temporarily closing #coronavirus #covid19


All SimplyFixIt stores are currently closed as we continue to navigate this unprecedented situation.

We will continue to closely follow advice from the World Health Organisation and The Scottish and UK Governments as this situation develops.

In the meantime, we will endeavour to carry out repairs behind closed doors and will do our best to safely return these devices to our customers. If you have a computer with us, then we will contact you very shortly with news. 

We would like to thank all of our SimplyFixIt colleagues and customers during this challenging time.

Take care of yourself and each other.

Why are you closing shops?

We have kept our shops open for as long as possible because we know how important a role they play to you, our customers, and local communities. Due to the unfolding situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19), we’re very sad to have to let you know that we’ll be temporarily closing our shops from the end of the day on Sunday 22 March. 

How long do you expect your shops to be closed for?

We don’t know at the moment. This is a rapidly changing situation and we will continue to follow the advice of the Scottish and UK Governments. We will keep you updated.

What will happen to your employees?

Our employees will be paid their full salary during this time.

I have a computer in for repair with you. How can I collect this?

We will be completing as many repairs as we can and will contact you to arrange for you to get your device back. We thank you so much for your patience in this matter. We will do our best to make sure you get your device back, fully repaired.

How can I contact one of the shops?

As you can imagine, some of our team are at home self-isolating. We have therefore decided to put our efforts into completing repairs. That means we might not be able to answer every single phone-call. But if you contact us using the form on the website, or email we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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