Needful things I bought a Boston leather CPR mask pouch for my belt. It was exactly as described, came faster than I expected, and wasn't available anywhere else for the price I paid. Good product. I will be purchasing from you again!
SCAM! Do Not Buy From Them! SCAM! I ordered an mp3 charger from this company. Not only did they send me the wrong cord, they expected me to pay for shipment of the item wrong THEY sent - back to China! After repeated efforts to speak with something on the phone, they eventually stopped responding to emails and phone calls.
My experience 1. There is no phone contact provided on their web site. 2. We've sent 3 e-mail inquiries within a week and have been completely ignored. Have to wonder if they're even still in business!
Worst customer service ever I ordered a costume got an email a week later after it was supposed to be here stating it was out of stock. I emailed them back asking for a refund or to apply credit never heard back from them thinking they would refund my money or apply a store credit ; I ordered a second costume and paid extra shipping to have it shipped faster, and that was over a week and a half ago and not only have I not received my item;.. read more I have not heard anything from them either after sending several emails there's no customer service number to call this is by far the worst customer service I've ever dealt with!!!
The Absolute WORST Credit Union EVER They are liars, they do not provide adequate statements each month and they automatically disenroll you from online banking if you don't log in regularly but do not send you paper statements. They were a nightmare for me even though my credit score is at the very top of the scale. They loose things, are unorganized and they make excuses. I am absolutely disgusted... read more Even CHASE bank and Well Fargo are better than dealing with these people. The service used to be great, and now it is horrible. Stay away.
800 Pound Gorilla Pounds Small Company In my 20+ years of GIS consulting and working with thousands of businesses I have never encountered a company quite like Blue Marble Geographics. Blue Marble acquired a piece of software called Global Mapper in 2011. I have been using Global Mapper since 2002 in my daily business functions. I have also provided consulting and training to my customers for this software for over 13 years (9 years prior to Blue Marble's acquisition of the software)... read more My most notable training session for Global Mapper, was at the United States Geological Survey in the Denver Federal Center in 2005. Over 40 individuals from both private and government entities attended the course. On October 29th, 2015, I received a letter from Blue Marble Geographics attorney stating that I was violating trademark laws by using the Global Mapper name and “copyrighted” images of their software on my website and that I was to cease offering training for the Global Mapper software application. The screenshots and the text content were created by me. The screenshots are of my datasets within my licensed copy of Global Mapper 17. I believe that this is fair use, as there is no other way to describe the service that I provide without using the Global Mapper name. Furthermore, there is nothing on my website that confuses a consumer on who the owner of the website is. I have my logo in three places on the main page, I give credit to Blue Marble’s trademark, and I mention on every page that my company is not affiliated in anyway with Blue Marble Geographics. Furthermore, I have never violated the terms of the software licensing agreement. On February 26th, 2015 I received a second letter from Blue Marble’s attorney, requesting me to pull down my website. I responded that I was not going to take down the website and that the images and content is in fair use. On April 4th, 2016, Blue Marble Geographics filed a DMCA complaint with my Internet Service Provider about the images shown on my website. I then had to substitute the images with new images and wait 10 days for Blue Marble to file a suit against me for the images and content. Well of course, they did not file suit because the images and content fell within the "fair use" provision of the copyright act, as defined in 17 USC 107. Blue Marble then filed another DMCA complaint with my ISP on April 19th, 2016. This was done for the sole purpose of harassment as the images and content were again in fair use. At this point Blue Marble was in direct violation of 17 U.S.C. Section 512(f), which imposes liability on those making false DMCA claims, and allows those affected by such claims to recover damages including attorney fees (Lenz v. Universal Music Corp). My company is not the only company that received cease and desist letters from Blue Marble Geographics for offering training on their software product. However, I believe I am the only company that refused to comply and stop offering training. Blue Marble is attempting to monopolize on a service offering in the United States by shutting down the competition and forcing consumers that are in need of those services to go directly through their company. On September 28, 2016 I purchased an upgrade of my software to the latest version. When I went to activate the software online, it would return an error. So after being a loyal customer (I have upgraded the software for 13 straight version releases), Blue Marble locked out my Machine ID from the system to prevent me from upgrading the software, and thus force me out of offering training to my customers (if I don't have the latest version, I certainly cannot offer training for the latest version). Furthermore, Blue Marble doesn't support legacy versions of their software, so if my machine crashes and I need to reinstall, I will not be able to use the software. In Blue Marble’s attempt to shut down all U.S. Based company’s ability to train on their software, they are essentially giving the consumers only one choice to fulfill their training and support needs, and that is through their own company. In a free market society, I have the right to provide my skills to my customers if those customers choose to work with my company. If I am an expert in a software application, and it proves to be a vital component of my business, I have every right to offer those solutions to my customers as long as both myself, and my customer have valid software licenses and we are complying with the license agreement. The customer should decide as to which company they prefer to purchase these services from. They shouldn't be forced to go through a single company. Furthermore, my experience proves that I am competent in Global Mapper software training, and probably more qualified with real world applications and uses, than my competition. As of October 10th, 2016, I have not received a response from Blue Marble as to why I cannot upgrade my license. I believe that I am owed a valid reason as to why I cannot upgrade my software.
Do Not Order Anything From PinkQueen This site is a scam. Took over two months to get my order, and when I got it, it was total crap. Sized wrong, seam unraveling at the front of the neck. I bought two different shirts from this site for my girlfriend for her birthday, and she can't wear any of them. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!!
Avoid this company! First what you get looks nothing like the picture on the website Then if you do a return instead of deducting 25%, as they claim, their bizarre math ends up costing you over half of what you paid. I'm top of that the customer service is horrible and rude
Not on time I paid an extra $20 for a costume to get here on time for an event which didn't happen, so I do not recogmend using this site if you need to get something within a week but it is on its way, now to see if it'll fit!
Do Not Order! DO NOT BUY FROM THIS COMPANY - I ordered a shed and promised it would be delivered in 10 days. My husband took off work and lost pay for 2 weeks to install a shed that never came! When I called to complain I was told he forgot to place the order. He is placing right now and it will be there in a week. Guess what it wasn't. I called again and left messages, my husband called and left messages - no reply... read more Finally after a month I got him on the phone to cancel my order. And now 5 days later I still have not received a credit. I just disputed the charge on my credit card. Save yourself the headache and order somewhere else.