Beware Of TGTBT Emails

I received this email today:

Subject: I want to sell your jewelry through our stores
From: "Tracy Geller"
Date: Tue, November 7, 2006 2:15 pm

I've spent a lot of time at your Crystal Allure Creations website and I
think your jewelry is perfect for our stores. I especially like your foil
leaf necklace. We work hand in hand with the largest stores in the country,
plus thousands of small to medium sized specialty businesses stretched
across the U.S.. If you want the opportunity to have your jewelry sold
through major retailers such as Macys, Bloomingdales, Target, QVC, and HSN
... plus the other 51005 gift stores, 38404 jewelry stores, 6088 craft
stores, and over 24000 mail-order catalogs ... check us out at
Tracy Geller

Now, it clearly sounds like a great thing -right? However, being the leary person that I am, I happened to ask a fellow friend from if they had any information on this company. She returned to me a search string from Google (see below) and I really must thank her because for only maybe a second or two I had considered it -and after reading the reviews I've decided to not move forward with them. It's all about risk and right now I'm just not interested in maybe's -I want to see results and have all the confidence that I can expect results.

That is not to say they are a bad company or that they do not deliver results, but I do not have the confidence that for my products I am willing to part with $340 to maybe get some results. And I'm only posting this for other designers who read my blog to be leary of the same email. Really look into it before "signing on the dotted line". Reviews

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