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Thread: Quilt Block Library NOT Good

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    Super Member BettyGee's Avatar
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    I had visited the Quilt Library a few times and decided to give it a try by purchasing one "credit." That was $2.50. You then may download patterns using your purchased "credits." They suggest you make a much larger investment, but I thought I'd try it with $2.50 which is one credit. I used my credit to purchase a block called "Rebel Patch" which I felt would be perfect for a project I have coming up. I received an error message advising to contact "the administrator." Long story short, after three messages to them I still do not have my purchased pattern and not even a reply to my inquiry. I would strongly urge you to be very careful on this site.

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    Thanks for the heads up

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    Ditto! Thanks for the heads up!

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    thanks for letting us know

    Quote Originally Posted by BettyGee
    I had visited the Quilt Library a few times and decided to give it a try by purchasing one "credit." That was $2.50. You then may download patterns using your purchased "credits." They suggest you make a much larger investment, but I thought I'd try it with $2.50 which is one credit. I used my credit to purchase a block called "Rebel Patch" which I felt would be perfect for a project I have coming up. I received an error message advising to contact "the administrator." Long story short, after three messages to them I still do not have my purchased pattern and not even a reply to my inquiry. I would strongly urge you to be very careful on this site.

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    That doesn't sound good. Thanks for the warning. Good thing you started with a small amount of credit.

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    Don't give up yet. I think Penny is traveling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RkayD
    Don't give up yet. I think Penny is traveling.
    Thank you for that information; however, if someone is going to operate an online business then it would behoove them to inform their customers, and potential customers, of a possible delay. This can be done with basic technology by a layman so I believe a professional has an obligation to keep their site users informed. I will continue to give the site owner the benefit of the doubt for another week or so, but I don't think I will be a regular patron of the Quilt Block Library.

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    the site should tell you if someone is traveling and that things won't work until she returns. not a good way to run a business.
    yrs ago i tried to buy the DJane CD from the "designer". she finally told me i'd emailed her old email and she didn't check it often. how was i to know? i finally bought it elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    the site should tell you if someone is traveling and that things won't work until she returns. not a good way to run a business.
    yrs ago i tried to buy the DJane CD from the "designer". she finally told me i'd emailed her old email and she didn't check it often. how was i to know? i finally bought it elsewhere.
    Exactly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyGee
    Quote Originally Posted by RkayD
    Don't give up yet. I think Penny is traveling.
    Thank you for that information; however, if someone is going to operate an online business then it would behoove them to inform their customers, and potential customers, of a possible delay. This can be done with basic technology by a layman so I believe a professional has an obligation to keep their site users informed. I will continue to give the site owner the benefit of the doubt for another week or so, but I don't think I will be a regular patron of the Quilt Block Library.
    I have to agree. Not a good way to operate a business. Laptops travel.

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