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I publish children books and used a website built by a company who did purposely built websites for the publishing industry. The price was high and the results were low, so i started shopping around. After quite a while, I found Provider name locked. and at first somewhat reluctant decided to use them as the builder and host of the new to be developed site. The work went very well, the communication was excellent and they understood what i wanted and came up with a lot of enhancements to my original idea. I decided then to also use their services for a vacation rental website. This site also became a success and when looking at several other vacation sites, I think that we have one of the best. We do get lots of complements on the looks and ease of use. Over time, we have made lots of small and big changes and always it came out better than expected. I'm not a person who easily raves about other businesses, but I can only hope that we are half as good in our business as Solitary Solution is in theirs.- Hans M.
I’m thrilled with the outstanding work Provider name locked. Repchuk and Inner Surf have done for me on my website and landing page. They have helped me establish a brand that truly represents me. As I have grown, they have guided me along the way, and have now created an exquisite new website and a landing page that captured exactly what I was looking for, and reflect my new image perfectly.
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Let me start off my saying BUYER BEWARE! Unless of course you want to end up with a crappy product and end up in court. To give you a sneak peek of my outcome, I WON my court case against Provider name locked. and Buckeye Wedding Video. As a note, the following is my own experience so take it as you may.
I employed Mr. Provider name locked. (who is the owner of Provider name locked. Provider name locked. Pictures and Buckeye Wedding Video) to film my wedding on the 23rd of May 2015 and have now had to take the time to take Provider name locked. and Buckeye Wedding Video to small claims court for breach of contract and have WON my case. If you sign a contract with Provider name locked. or Buckeye Wedding
Video, you should know the following about my experience. First, I spoke personally with Mr. Provider name locked. a few months before my wedding, before my wedding he was very responsive, and responded to all my phone calls and emails in order to ensure
that our contract was signed and a check was mailed. Because of this customer service, I proceeded to buy the “Provider name locked. ” Wedding Package. Now skip ahead to my actual wedding. First, Mr. Provider name locked. was late to my event, I spotted him at my
wedding venue only a half hour before my ceremony was scheduled to start rather than a full hour (as was contracted and verbally agreed upon). When I spotted him I immediately noticed his choice of attire because he decided to show up to
my formal attire wedding wearing black pants with a casual Provider name locked. , and the second videographer that accompanied him showed up in Provider name locked. and a Hawaiian shirt, even though I provided him with the dress code prior to my wedding. Though I thought
it was odd, I was more concerned with my new husband and family on my wedding day so I did not say anything. I provided both videographers with a meal and enjoyed my day. Next, skip ahead to over a month later when I finally received a
copy of my wedding video. Like a kid on Christmas morning I eagerly viewed the DVD “rough draft” copy of my wedding and that’s when it went downhill. My wedding video had almost no sound (when looking at the video on a computer I
can see that there is no sound attached to the video, so all sound was provided by the video camera’s microphones themselves, rather than the wireless microphone that I was told by Mr. Provider name locked. would pick up my husband, myself, and our pastor, as well as anyone next to us), not to mention the lip movement in the video does not match up with the sound at all, throughout my ENTIRE
ceremony. Next, my husband and I noticed there were choppy edits between movements, for example the pre-wedding music and screen shots are oddly cut off so that the movie can skip ahead to the processional portion of my wedding, there is no clean transition which differs greatly from what the demo videos Provider name locked. and Buckeye Wedding Video suggests. Then, I emailed Mr. Provider name locked. to provide him with the edits that I required fixed, while also requesting that a song be added in completely rather than cut off after a few seconds because that important song was cut out even though my brother worked incredibly hard when he learned
how to play the song for my wedding. Next, skip to the reception, and I’m missing important events like the bouquet toss, the Provider name locked. toss, several hours of the reception footage, and to top it off the last 15 minutes is a video loop of the same people dancing (I know because it is not only the same song, but also the same “Provider name locked. ” dance moves that I had laughed at when I watched the
first few minutes of the loop).
Since Mr. Provider name locked. had admitted to me in an email that the copy I had received was just a rough draft, I was disappointed, but quickly emailed back what I wanted him to edit. He had already agreed to edits in our contract, but also agreed to do them in his email to me when he responded to my edit request. So once I told him my edits, I expected to receive a new copy of my wedding video a week or two later, but this of course never happened. I tried MULTIPLE times to contact and speak with of Provider name locked. and Buckeye Wedding Video and did so through not only emailing Mr. Provider name locked. but also through the use of phone calls. I received two excuses, which were “this is my busy season” and “I’m on vacation” but in the end he cut communication, wouldn’t respond to any of my emails or phone calls, and proceeded to completely drop off the face of the earth. It was in August (about two months after my wedding), when I threatened him with a lawsuit, attempting to get a response out of him that would lead to an acceptable copy of my wedding video, but he never responded. Well, five months and 20 days after my wedding, I received my court date and proceeded to take my case against Provider name locked. and Buckeye Wedding Video Pictures, and have WON my case. Now it will be the trouble of collecting my money and all of my court fees, and I have no wedding video to speak of, besides a piece of crap that is not worth anything.
- Stacie C.