But see, when you don't do that ("that" is whatever you're supposed to do, before you launch a product line), you end up spending more...now she has to ship out additional product, at her expense. You need to be very protective of your operating capital, when you're just starting out.

Folks need to slow down. I'm all about having your own and doin' your thing, but now I'm almost reluctant to order from a "brand new" company. I think I'll sit tight on this one, and let everybody else work out the kinks.
Originally Posted by NEA
She said she prepped for a year. I think what she's going through other small companies go through in the beginning. I feel you on working out the kinks first. But at the same time she needs ppl to take that chance with her. I know that person doesn't have to be you, me or anyone and we can keep our money in our pockets, lol. One thing is her products are reasonably priced and her shipping isn't bad. I'm kinda on the fence. I'm with you AND I wanna give her a shot. When I get a review on the mango butter, lol. Hope everyone is testing these out tonight! :P

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Originally Posted by montREALady
Yeah...well there are folks who will take a chance on her, and others who will wait.

But, after the Ambrosia situation, I'm going to be less "vocal" about my excitement. Like I said earlier, you go out the world backwards, when you have to keep sending out new products, at your expense...because you sent out half-filled bottles of product.

This is not a bash...but an alert. My thing is slow down, get your check and balances in order...then proceed. I think if she follows that advice, she'll come out ahead in the end.
Originally Posted by NEA
Your first paragraph, exactly what I said, I agree. I wasn't around for the Ambrosia situation, but now I totally see why you feel the way you do.

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