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Topic # 146635 24-May-2014 14:09
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don't care if they are local or offshore, how are they? any good?

thanks

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  Reply # 1052249 24-May-2014 14:22
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Shows a shopify parking page. Not a good impression to start with.



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  Reply # 1052259 24-May-2014 15:12
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What's a shopify parking space?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1052302 24-May-2014 15:39
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joker97: What's a shopify parking space?

 

It  must be the shopping cart company they use. I just get a page that says Sorry, this shop is currently unavailable., when I go to justwow.co.nz

 

edit: looks like they haven't configured their domain correctly as it does load when you go to the www version.

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  Reply # 1052319 24-May-2014 16:08
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Given they source from overseas after you order why not try to cut out the middleman?



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  Reply # 1052321 24-May-2014 16:10
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I don't have any overseas wholesaler contact. if you do then yes, if you don't it's still cheaper to drop ship.

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  Reply # 1052324 24-May-2014 16:13
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Doesn't really help but this post was up a few days ago
Has NZ contact details



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  Reply # 1052330 24-May-2014 16:21
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I have seen the NZ contact details, was looking for any customer feedback, but they are so new there probably isn't many ...

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  Reply # 1052363 24-May-2014 16:43
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joker97: I have seen the NZ contact details, was looking for any customer feedback, but they are so new there probably isn't many ...

 

Things I consider when dealing with a new small company is it worth the saving? Also if they go under and the product develops a fault, is the local manufacturer going to support it. Also I would only pay by CC, so there is little risk of losing money. Otherwise I think it is better to buy from overseas like and ebay seller with a great reputation.

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