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Author: Hairnetz One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 10583  
Subject: Speaking of iPrint... Date: 3/22/2000 8:12 AM
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This is a comment about what RenaissanceWoman said in her post "Another Coupons and Deals Site"

"proud owner of a "free" pre-inked stamp from i-print.com that cost 3 bucks tax and shipping and doesn't work worth a darn"

Apparently I am not the only one dissatisfied with iPrint.com. Made me think it may be worth posting about, for the benefit of those considering taking advantage of any of their "deals". I too ordered the self inking stamp for the shipping cost of $3.95 and it doesn't work well either. Dried up ink. I also ordered business cards and what I received was off color and cut off center (white border on two sides where cut missed the mark) on inferior card stock.
I notified them that I was unhappy with the cards and sent them back. That was three months ago. Just last week, they sent an email saying they received the cards and will reprint them. Seems like an awfully long time to wait for acknowledgement. No cards, so far.
My opinion on iPrint, (in case you haven't detected it ;-) Bad business. They spend so much time and effort in advertising and getting their name out there, but little time in creating a decent product. I don't feel they can offer me anything that would be worth the $3.95 shipping. You may feel differently, but at least you have another viewpoint that you can factor in if you choose to.

Cherie
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