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Re: LogoWear Direct
Posted By: Inet Start In Response To: LogoWear Direct (kathy)
Date: Sunday, March 4, 2007, at 5:43 p.m.(pst)
In Response To: LogoWear Direct (kathy)
Here is a comment I found on the net made by someone who has joined and tried LogoWear direct:
"I became a rep for LogoWear Direct a couple of months ago and it is a legit company. They sell apparel that they embroider the customers logo on. The down side is you have to find the customers. You are given access to their website to find these and then you mail out info to them. Of course you have the expense of postage, envelopes, and material that you can purchase from LogoWear Direct. I have not sent alot of info out yet, maybe 60-65 envelopes. I have received 1 response and that turned out to a " I'll call you if I decide to order". So, can it work? yes, I think so..will it work quickly? don't think so..."
Then someone else responded with the following comments:
"How do they plan to compete with this? http://www.samsclubembroidery.com/ Free B2B shipping, free setup and shirts that cost less than $20.00 each. I'm no big fan of Wal-Mart, but you can NOT beat them in this category." ...."Sad but true. Logowear may have better quality shirts and all that, but all that goes away in the face of lower prices. Since Logowear chooses to keep its prices a mystery, I can't really say much more. P.S.--I've been ordering my work shirts from Sam's Club for years and (I am trying not to vomit because I am giving Wal-Mart/Sam's a lot of credit) the shirts hold up extremely well."
There are plenty more comments from users. Not all are good. Some complained of the quality of the shirts and embroidery, customer service etc...
But before you invest your money into any venture, be sure to do all of your home and ask them all the right questions.
Hope this helps,
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