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Guest Post: By Talia Vadeva
I review companies in every sector of every industry, in every city, town, and state of every country (ok, maybe that last part was an exaggeration; but really, I have some serious experience as a reviewer). So, it takes a real whopper of a promotional business to catch my eye , ear, nose or mouth as something unique to write about, because I’ve seen it all. What am I talking about? FreeShipping.com, and all the great stuff you get when you sign up with them of course! I’m not here to tell you about a free shipping rip off or FreeShipping.com scams because that’s not what they’re about.And it’s not like I’m ignoring something or neglecting to tell my readers, who wait with bated breadth, something that is going to make them think less of the company. It’s that I really can’t find anything bad to say.
Clarus Marketing Group, FreeShipping.com’s parent company most likely has a lot to do with the positivity you might be hearing from me (understatement of the century). Being the worldly and super-current product reviewer that I am, I’ve heard their name swirl around in certain circles before. The thing that I remember most about them is that they are somewhat of a respected giant in the promotional world. They’ve got partnerships with thousands of online vendors – which are the stores they’re able to offer their free shipping rebates through when you sign-up for a membership.
But what really took the cake is that Clarus isn’t only offering a really remarkable way to save money on shipping charges that would otherwise break the bank. Certainly, that is a large part of it. What I find more stunning is that on top of that is that FreeShipping.com complaints get resolved quickly and customers feel satisfied. How do I know this? Well, Clarus Marketing has a Better Business Bureau rating of A+. The significance of such a rating is important; because it is almost entirely determined by the infrastructure a company has put in place to handle customer feedback. Clarus doesn’t just take comments from their members; they take issues, concerns, or even negativity very seriously and incorporate these things into a dynamic, foreword-thinking model for the care of both their clientele and their product.
What this means for you, dear reader, is that when you sign-up for a membership with FreeShipping.com there is actually something tangible you can look at to separate the company from the rest and give you assurance that you’re getting the best shipping deal on the Web.