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Topic # 7717 4-May-2006 21:58
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Anyone had any experience with FrogPrints.co.nz?

I just made two purchases tonight, they both gone through sucessful. And it showed me the "eftpos" like invoice page, but not telling me to print for keeping record. So common sense indicate that, they will automatically send a copy of the invoice for safe keeping, even on their "successful order" it said an email will be sent to confirm purchase order.


20mins later, still no email confirmation.... How weird is that?




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  Reply # 35746 15-May-2006 12:32
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PC World (April issue) reviewed a bunch of online commercial print places. No mention there that Frogprints came up with the sort of issue you mention.

I've no experience of any of these services, but I'm about to - and I'll probably go with DigitalMax as recommended by PC World.

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  Reply # 35749 15-May-2006 12:46
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I really should add an update to this.

The email confirmation finally did came the next morning. Perhaps they have server backlogged with the tasks or whatever.

anyway, i emailed them after waited 20mins or so with no email confirmation, next morning got the email confirmation and email from Grant saying that it should arrive shortly after the order...

I don't know about DigitalMax, but i saw FrogPrints from NZPost with Cash your Mother in promotion and decided to give it a try, and coincidentally, Frog Prints does Canvas Printing too, so that is a bonus as my mother wanted few photos taken on digital camera to come out as canvas prints. :-)




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