I bought a set of sheets from Ellesilk. I was a little iffy on making a 500$ purchase on sheets. But it was totally worth it! They feel great to sleep on every night and they are durable and they breath.
Amilia target market is the small
and medium social organizations in North America. These organizations are
mostly non-profit making, under staffed, have limited resources
and operate with the help of volunteers or low-wage employees. There
registrations process is still offline. They ask participants to show up in
person, fill out a form that they probably had filled in the past and pay by
check or cash.
organizations industry has unique needs which cannot be addressed by
applications developed for other industries. Their operations are much more
complex. Because they sell intangible product (activities, memberships or
bookings, donations), they require much more information in the buying process
and management afterward. Their products don’t ship, nor can’t they be
stocked. At the end, people have to show
up to participate. Amazon, for example, can ship books from its warehouse
everywhere but participants won't fly 1,000 miles for a Judo class or attend a
dinner of the chamber of commerce.
Definitely a waste in my opinion. I moved to a new city and figure I would try it out since I haven't ever done this while I was ok with trying it out for 30 days to see I didn't realize they would be just charging my account as they pleased. It's not worth $29.99 a month especially when I only authorized one month. Apparently in VERY tiny print they set you up for automatic renewals.... NOT COOL I'll take my chances on the probability of me meeting someone at a gas station that would be more compatible,
In my opinion, this is the best activity tracker ever designed for the iPhone. It's beautiful. It motivates you to move more, and challenge your friends. It changed my behavior - something no other activity app ever did.
You can't imagine how many times I had to ask my coworkers what a client wrote as feedback. Many of my clients used to print the layouts I sent them, they'd write on the prints and then scan and email them to me. I love Specfox and how I just had to ask my clients to sign up for a free account. Now I receive pretty PDF files in which every comment my client has is easily read and understood. It saves loads of time.
I sold an item on VAUNTE website and did not receive my payment nor acknowledgement. I cannot reach anybody there or even sent message on the website. Would like to be paid or receive my Chanel sunglasses back.
TERRIBLE. I ordered one T-Shirt approximately a month ago and it STILL has not arrived. It ships from a different ware house so it says to allow additional shipping time but this is ridiculous. I've called the customer service number quite a few times and each time I'm told that they're going to contact the ware house and see where my order is at, but I have yet to receive anything at all. And a few times when I've called they've basically told me "Sorry there's really nothing we can do" Customer service is terrible. They do nothing to comfort or accommodate upset customers. And I'm starting to think I got ripped off, and I'll never receive the shirt. Don't waste your money.
This is a pretty good site for those interested in looking up small companies that have serious potential to grow. They've been around for less than three years and in that short time, have managed to release some of the fastest growing penny stock alerts around, within that time frame.
uKit is a do it yourself responsive website builder for businesses and professionals alike. The system allows users with no coding skills to create, publish and host affordable mobile-ready websites in a matter of minutes, just by using the drag'n'drop interface.