| feelblessed wrote:|
| TokyoRose wrote:|
I suspect it had to do with the naughty things she said.
There is blatant advertising and then there is subtle advertising. BHM does not like blatant advertising--you know--where you tell everyone to mention your name so you can receive discounts? Subtle advertising such as product reviews are allowed.
And Feeling Blessed, are you actually advocating for potential consumers to fall prey to known unscrupulous companies by giving them a chance? If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it is most likely a duck.
No what I am saying is that people learn through trial through error or by word of mouth.
If I was of a new business seeing others displaying products and I see that I can offer same thing for a cheaper price why not tell it (Now that is not to say one should not do their homework to see what other consumers have to say although there are new businesses starting out from 0 there is someone who will try it then the business takes off from there) my advise on that would be to use a payment method of a third party such as pay pal on a " just in case they are scammers" one won't loose money.
That is what I mean by chances.
I just made that decision on here for myself..this business have lots of clients on here yet...he is giving different prices to costumers with a price gap of 300 .00 . Now others are on wit it....as for myself not me..then if that is not bad enough this business changed address locations and names with different costumers which helped me to understand why they don't take pay pal. As for me I don't care how pretty your product look I will never support businesses that PRI e gouge their costumer by treating them UN fairly...that is not nice nor is it respectful nor showing appreciation. Costumers should be treated fairly.
On this soil they would of been faces with a big lawsuit.
But people are sweeping it under the carpet still advertising and buying...I don't understand that...oh well ..as my husband says...better them than me..respect is first.
It seems very obvious that you have not been around here for a lot of the scams and people trying to pull fast ones EVEN WITH PAYPAL. Just because you use Paypal, there is NO GUARANTEE you will get your money back from a company that sells crap hair. There is NO GUARANTEE that you will get a full refund and even if you do, you may still end up losing money from your credit card from finance charges for that purchase. Not to mention there are a lot of people out here who simply do not want to spend the time going back and forth with a company that:
- Does not provide proper contact information.
- Is a fly-by-night operation--most of these people think they can just buy $1,000 worth of hair and sell it on the side. They forget that they are running an actual BUSINESS
- DOES NOT HAVE THE PRODUCT THEY ARE SELLING IN HAND AND CLAIM TO BE SOLD OUT OR THAT 18 INCHES OF YAKI HAIR IS A CUSTOM ORDER THAT TAKES 10 DAYS TO RECEIVE.
- Hides behind Paypal when something goes wrong.
- Does not know the product they are selling. If you tell me your hair is pure virgin curly from Chennai and then try to sell some Malaysian yaki on your website, you are misrepresenting your product. Period. If you don't know what remy means, you should not be selling hair. If you tell people you are selling virgin kinky curly hair and you didn't get it from anyone who remotely represents a black person, there is no reason to trust anything you say.
- If you say that the hair you are selling lasts up to a year and you haven't even tested the hair yourself to find out if it's true (MOST of these companies do NOT test their hair), you are misrepresenting your product.
Haley's Curls, Laniks, and Kinkycurlyyaki are examples of good businesses who started out very small and for the most part did what they were supposed to to get to where they are today.