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  1. Hi, The donation before advertising for new members was only brought in on Friday, about a week after you made your post Lottie. There have been many people do the same thing in the past, and as far as I am concerned you have done nothing wrong. The new rules have not been brought in specifically because of your post, but because we are noticing more and more people creating an account to try and sell their stuff for free. They then promise a donation to the charity once they sell their items, but it is not donated and we never hear from them again... something which is beginning to irritate long term members of the forum and hence the introduction of the new rules. Lottie has now made a generous donation to the Jimmy Mizen charity, and we should all draw a line in the sand and move on. I wish you all the best Lottie and I do hope you sell all of your locksmith equipment and get your situation resolved.
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  3. Hi, I have just tested the password reset and it all seems to be working OK. Once you have logged in to your account, if you go to http://shoerepairer.info/settings/password/ you will be able to update your password there. Any problems please let me know.
  4. CitySafe

    New Stock

    I think that is right to an extent, if someone decides they want a security product they will go to a hardware store. However we have found that window restrictors and self adhesive door numerals are more impulse purchases which people buy just because they are there and are inexpensive. The shop location and how / where the products are displayed will have a lot to do with sales. If you did decide to purchase the Citysafe branded products we would be more than happy to help with any marketing material to try and maximise the sales potential.
  5. CitySafe

    New Stock

    Home security products are a good line to stock, especially with it coming up to Summer. Things like window restrictors etc. are good sellers. We also find that shops seem to do really well with self adhesive door numbers too, as they can fit them on any surface including bins! Check out https://www.citysafeuk.com/citysafe-retail-range.html
  6. CitySafe

    HPC Blitz

    https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/showROSomeoneSpecialPage?pageUrl=ShoeRepairerForum
  7. Hi,

    Due to demand I've created a survey platform for the data to be collected.  I have a couple of things to ask:

    The system wont let me PM you.  Can you give me an email?

     

    Thanks

    1. CitySafe

      CitySafe

      Hi,

      I am not sure why it won't let you PM me - I will look in to it.

      The best email address is admin@shoerepairer.info

      Kind Regards

    2. Shoe Repair Prices

      Shoe Repair Prices

      Hi,

       

      Emailed that address a few days ago.  Just making sure you got it ok?

       

      Thanks

  8. And to back up what Rick says, this is a professional forum to help each other out. We have had many people ask how to do things, and everyone has helped each other out, whether they be the trade or the public. There is no excuse whatsoever to abuse someone who is simply asking for help. Any future abuse like the disgusting language that was used will simply end you up with a lifetime ban. Jay I'm sorry about the language used, and I hope you don't see it as a reflection of the forum as a whole.
  9. What key blanks are you looking at getting coined for you to stock? It would be worth looking at the Colorama keyblank range from UAP, which allows all the keys to be easily (and cheaply) personalised using inserts which are laser engraved and then clipped on to the blank.
  10. Marine grade 316 stainless steel will be the only metal capable of lasting that long in the sea without rusting or corroding. Brass, zamak, zinc etc. all corrode extremely quickly with the sea salt. I'm not familiar with mettalex, but if it's made from plastic then maybe a good option to use too. Brass hardware lasts around 6 months at the coast before it starts to corrode and rust - you can only imagine how much quicker it would corrode if it was in the actual sea!
  11. Hi,

    Can i be added to the trade area please. The links to join do not work.

     

    James

  12. Any chance I could be allowed Trade access please?

  13. CitySafe

    Howdy

    Welcome to the forum
  14. The site on there is a microsite of the main 'welovetrophies' website, so the source code will be practically the same and will relate all to the main welovetrophies site. All the microsites will be hosted on the same server as the main website. What I'm guessing is that Glenway have the facility to allow customers to have their own branded website on the same platform, where the customer will be able to change slideshow banners, website colours, logos and contact details. I'm guessing that the product prices, images and descriptions are all set by Glenway, and when they update in on their main website, it will automatically update it to the same as their site, so that all their customers who use their microsite have the same prices etc. The question that you should be asking is if any random person from the street can contact them and have their own microsite set up to start selling trophies, or is it only existing customers that can have it set up.
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