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AVON IS A WASTE OF YOUR DIMES, NICKELS, AND QUARTERS.
Posted by DON'TBEASUCKER!! on 06/12/2010
Avon suppose to be a business for women right!!!!!! will to me their not, because they act like men!!!!! they have that look and negative attitude, will it is not Avon problem. My advise ladies!!! if you are thinking about becoming an Business woman, like I am, just go to college or go back to college and get your certificate or degree in Business Management. Because Avon is not the way out, they will SUCKER you to join their business, and it seems good at first, but miss a payment, and you will see the excitement!!! is just getting started. Avon will send you a friendly reminder letter that your account is past due, and they want your money, after you ran around in circles for their company, selling their products to your CUSTOMERS!!! Do not give Avon the upper hand, to close your account. They will resend you the last reminder letter along with Sunrise Credit Services, Inc. In my opinion Avon is a total SCAM!!!!! and a total WASTE OF ANYBODY TIME and SERVICES!!!!!!
     
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Posted by spiderman2 on 2010-06-12:
I do think most businesses want you to pay your bills. I don't think that is out of the ordinary. You sell the product and collect the money from the customer and then send it on to Avon.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-06-12:
Avon never suckered me into doing anything. I order from them online often.
Posted by oldisgood on 2010-06-12:
sounds to me like someone is a little upset because Avon wants them to pay their bill. Yes, if you sell their product to someone they expect you to pay for it.
Posted by Starlord on 2010-06-12:
This reminds me of the tag line of the auto recovery firm on Operation Repo, "It ain't no joke if you don't pay that note." You agreed to certain financial terms in deciding to sell Avon, and they met their part of the deal. It is not unreasonable to expect you to do the same.
Posted by PepperElf on 2010-06-12:
Indeed. There is nothing "anti-female" about someone asking you to pay your bills.

You signed an agreement, it is not their fault if you find you cannot honor it.

Next time I suggest you try a company that doesn't make you buy the products in order to sell them. Party Lite for example.


However this bears repeating, nowhere does it say that "a company for women" means, "feel free to not pay your bills".

everyone else here, +++++ :-)
Posted by lilydarling on 2010-06-12:
I sold Avon for many years, and NOT ONCE did I get any kind of letter from them demanding payment BECAUSE I ALWAYS PAID MY BILL ON TIME. That's how it works in the real world.
Posted by punxnotdead80 on 2010-06-13:
Since when did it become a feminine trait to not pay bills on time?
Posted by DON'TBEASUCKER!! on 2010-06-13:
But what about if you get layoff from your job? LILYDARLING!!!!! and your customers don't have the money for the product or products, for which you order for them, then YOU as a Avon Representative are RESPONSIBLE!!!! to pay!!!!! for their items for which they ordered. Because they do give you, I'll say 7 days to pay before the next campaign and IF you don't have it nor do you have enough funds in your acct. to cover your payment, Avon is not going show you any care but, giving them money, it just like the show Operation Repo. that's if you ever watched it!!!! the more payments you miss, it can be just about anything in the world the more money you own,Especially, if you can't get no help from your family members and You suppose to be an Avon Independent Representative, and I'm a single parent paying everything by myself and including when I was a Avon Independent Representative, every time when my payment was due regardless the amount and never asked anybody not even my family member to help me pay, because I ALWAYS had it AND I had 2 checking accounts. including savings SWEETHEART!! and never been married so, if you r married u can ask your husband to pay it off for you, because HE CAN NOT say NO to you, so you're OK .since, you mentioned about that you sold for Avon for many years r you still a representative or leadership?
Posted by Sheriffs Uncle on 2010-06-13:
The way I understand it to work is this: You don't give your customers their products unless they pay you. If they don't pay you, you can return the products to Avon for credit. If you decide to give your customers merchandise without being paid, who's fault is that? Avon's?
Posted by COOKIES! on 2010-06-13:
Thanks for the review, I think I may sign up to sell Avon, it sounds like a good business opportunity. I do believe I will take payment for items before delivery though.
Posted by Sheriffs Uncle on 2010-06-13:
Bingo!
Posted by DON'TBEASUCKER!! on 2010-06-13:
Lily darling, I bet you, you won't take that risk to miss your Avon payment, because you already know if you don't pay for for amount of weeks. Avon will send you a letter including your name,address, phone, and district #. And if you don;t have the money or let's say your bank closed your checking account, cause you can't pay your debit card or credit card for the items, because you're in the deepest hole and trying to hold on to your life, Avon Will send you a second notice along with Sunrise Credit Services!!!! and THAT'S HOW SWEETHEART YOUR COOKIES WILL CRUMBLE!!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-06-13:
Legit direct-selling/multilevel marketing organizations like Avon and Amway can be great business opportunities for people willing to run a business, not for those who just think they will suddenly acquire great wealth by signing up. Most of the complaints about these kinds of businesses are from people unwilling or unable to actually attempt to run the business. For those who really attempt to work the systems properly, they can earn as little or as much as they want - but it takes a lot of hard work and a long time to make happen, just as most any business takes. There's nothing magical about it, but, as with every other business, you've got to pay your bills. Period.
Posted by Skye on 2010-06-13:
Avon wants to be paid. Just like you want your customers to pay you, for the products they ordered. You would not like your customers to NOT pay you, therefore causing you the run around. Avon supplied you when you needed it, now they want to be paid. That seems fair.
Posted by Sheriffs Uncle on 2010-06-13:
Not disagreeing with you at all Linus, but I don't like to mention Avon in the same sentence with Amway. I consider Avon much more legit.
Posted by Skye on 2010-06-13:
OMG, Amway. My sister got involved with them, and it was a nightmare.She and her best friend were so young, and thought Amway would be a way to earn a decent living. WRONG. It still haunts her till this day, the mere mention or a commercial about Amway products. As for Avon, great products, and you can order them on line now, just as Dryad does.
Posted by PepperElf on 2010-06-13:
"But what about if you get layoff from your job?"

Oh you're right... laid off means you don't have to pay bills.


Nope. If you're laid off then you job hunt. You put in apps until you can't see straight. Even for jobs you don't really want.


that's what i did. the only job i turned down was one that turned out to be "contract" work that wanted me to buy a specific phone and didn't actually guarantee me any hours.


But never did I assume that "a company for women" means "you don't have to be responsible"
Posted by FlShopper on 2010-06-14:
I sold Avon for a long time, made a decent amount of money, always paid on time and never had a letter sent to me. As others mention, if a customer couldn't pay, then their order was returned to Avon. When I saw that my customer base was going to be decreasing significantly, I closed up shop and "retired" in good standing.
Posted by Ghost of former member on 2010-06-22:
Being asked to pay your bills is anti-female? That's a new one to me!
Posted by clutzycook on 2010-06-22:
Great comment idontthinkso! Couldn't have said it any better myself!
Posted by Iloveavon on 2010-09-18:
Oh My! How refreshing to see that there are still a few people on Planet Earth, who know the meaning of integrity. Thank you. Just a few examples of this are reflected by:
oldisgood, Starlord and other listed below.
PepperElf : Indeed. There is nothing "anti-female" about someone asking you to pay your bills.
lilydarling:NOT ONCE did I get any kind of letter from them demanding payment "BECAUSE I ALWAYS PAID MY BILL ON TIME". That's how it works in the real world.
Thank you to all of you REAL people. You have restored my faith in humanity! :)
Posted by jinia_jinia3 on 2011-06-24:
There's nothing that makes women easier to work with than men.No difference.I don't understand the sexism here.Paying bills is the grown up thing to do and it's not a gender issue.
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The Most Comfortable Shoes I Have Ever Worn!
Posted by Mary123 on 02/01/2007
I just purchased a pair of suede loafers (women's) from Avon, and they are dreamy! This is the first time that I have ever ordered shoes without trying them on first, so I took a risk, and won! They are true to size, and super comfy. I want to order another pair to wear as slippers! Another great thing is that their products are returnable if for any reason I do not like what I purchase from Avon. You have to try their loafers, they are the best! And only $19.99.
     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2007-02-01:
I am a very big fan of Avon cosmetics. I never bought any of their apparel. I haven't bought their jewelry in years, because, when I did, all I recieved was junk.

It's nice to hear about the comfy shoes!

I think I'll go shop Avon right now..
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-02-01:
Just to let everyone know, not all of the shoes Avon sells come in half sizes.
Posted by Caliope on 2007-02-01:
That is one thing that is true-Avon has an excellent return policy; as I have bought things that I was not satisfied with and returned them with no hassle.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-12-17:
You can return them at no cost but it does cost your rep $6.90, plus packing materials. I just had to return a pair because the sole fell off.
Posted by Danial on 2013-11-05:
I have had delivery problems, and I have a sales
leader who is no help at all. My mother died and
all that was said sorry for your loss now pay up.
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Not Getting Any Contact
Posted by Fell_w on 03/18/2014
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA -- I have been trying to get in contact with Sandy [snip] an Avon representative. I try to call all I get is her voice mails on her phone. I was going to place an order with her a few times. She never responded to my calls. She called one time my phone ranged only once I did not have time to respond. She left a voice mail on my phone to contact her back. When I called back I could not get no response from her. All she said was that her orders was going in that night and if I wanted to place an order to contact her. I tried but did not get no response from her. She send me emails but they are no use to me.
     
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Posted by Cwazychicken on 2014-03-18:
You dont always need to have a rep to order avon. Go online to avon.com and they will find you a rep, order directly online and you will get your items from them. It takes the hassle from reps like this.
Posted by Shayen on 2014-03-20:
Yep, there are way too many Avon reps out there to chase after this one.
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Spent More Money Than Got Out
Posted by Scoppinger1692 on 01/07/2014
I never got paid for what I sold, everything was expensive.
You'll need a full time job to work with Avon.
Will never work for a company like Avon, because they don't communicate well with the people selling their products. Also no one is buying Avon anymore.
     
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Posted by Cwazychicken on 2014-01-07:
Unless you have tons of friends and they want to join you and they sell too, you won't get much commission. While i like avon's products, i would never sell their stuff.
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Beware of Selling Avon Products
Posted by Kymzkarma101 on 07/04/2013
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA -- I recently signed up to become an Avon representative What a mistake. The up-line (recruiter) came to my home & signed me up intentionally or unwittingly (which I doubt) omitting pertinent info which would have saved me time, money and headaches. I strongly suggest anyone contemplating becoming an Avon representative thoroughly research the company online and get all of the info you can, including complaints of current and previous reps.

From my experience and from what I have researched, the only way to achieve adequate compensation for your time and effort as a rep, is to invest money and take losses for at least a year or two. Most people who sign on as reps are trying to make extra money on the side or need supplemental income to live on. This is not the avenue to reach those goals unless you have a good amount of extra cash to work with, and even then you will probably take a loss.

One other way to make money is to be a recruiter (up-line) or a team leader, or a position above these. Of course, there may be one mandatory qualification: a lack of moral integrity. I have thoroughly researched this company and the internet for blogs and complaints. 90% of the feedback I have seen is negative regarding a position solely as a representative. There are charges for placing your orders ($5.00 for each order), and fees for brochures and bags and samples, which will most likely suck up any profit you may have coming to you. You make 40% on your first campaign (if you haven't managed to secure a good customer base by your first campaign (2 wks or less after signing on), your profits will probably be quite low and spent on fees/charges). I ended up OWING Avon after placing my first order. On my 2nd and FINAL order (fortunately, I realized soon enough that I was getting scammed), I made enough to break even. BUT, they wanted me to pay 60% of that up front before releasing my order this time.

In this common situation, unless you are able to convince your customers to pay you up front, you have to come up with the money yourself to pay for your order before they release it. If you are late paying, you are fined. I qualified for a $100 credit line upon signing, which was taken from me after my first campaign, without explanation, even though I paid my first campaign on time, placed my new order on time, and had no returns or anything like that. I called the service line to inquire about this and they said they couldn't lift the hold from their end and to call the DM. The DM's phone line was busy ALL DAY. I am not alone in my opinion that this company obviously makes it very difficult for you to succeed financially in the business as a rep, and rely on the naivety of new reps and the immorality of the recruiters to make profits for their corporation. In my research, I also noticed a lot of new reps/prior reps complaining of being scammed by "customers" (not to mention being scammed by the company as well), who sent them emails to place orders, and then paid with stolen credit cards. The reps were responsible for repaying Avon for these misfortunes, and of course the late fees, etc. I had one of these scammers try to hit me, but I outsmarted them.

Avon may even be responsible for setting these credit card scams up themselves. Who knows with this company. Their lack of moral integrity and dishonesty is appalling. Capitalism is out of control.
     
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Posted by azRider on 2013-07-04:
Yeah is a scam like amway or hebalife. they are all pyramid schemes. no one makes money except the people at the top of the pyramid. everyone else pays to keep them up. stay away, want to make honest money? work at night in some store like target or walmart.
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Avon- Won't cancel an order if you made a mistake, They ship it immediately.....So be careful when ordering and double check every
Posted by Cwazychicken on 01/03/2013
Ok today I decided to treat myself to some things with avon.com. Its easy to order, and I figured I deserved a treat for myself. Well, I recently moved and forgot to change the zip on my account. I remembered to put my correct address, just not the same zip code. Yes, my fault completely. But how avon handled it, I thought was a little odd. They will not let you cancel an order if you made a mistake because immediately after they get your order, its apparently too late to do anything. They will not refund you for a good week or 2 til the item is returned to them (it must be shipped first, so do NOT order by Paypal, I made that mistake and now have to wait. If you order by credit card you can at least dispute it). Also they told me if I did dispute it with Paypal, I could NEVER order avon again because it would be fraud. Really? If I dispute it to cancel it it would be fraud? All because of 1 mistake? To know a company would do that, for me wanting to get my money back if I didn't get the product, is a little out there. So I found the way they handle their billing is horrible. At least with Amazon, I can cancel an order if I make a mistake, because not everyone is perfect. But avon won't even give you time to change it. Within 15 minutes they said they didn't have the order. When it was 30 minutes they said it was ready to ship. And with Paypal, they bill you instantly so, they have gotten my money. So be very careful. Because of my mistake its gonna take at least another week to get to me, luckily the second representative was a little nicer to me and was willing to call me when it reships. I realize my errors but how a business handles their products is a reason why I shop. I don't think ill be ordering from avon for awhile....at least not the website.
     
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Posted by Anna Molly on 2013-01-03:
Although I haven't ordered from avon.com in a few years, I've never experienced any problems..in fact, sometimes they included extra goodies with my order. I never had to cancel, so this is interesting information.
Posted by At Your Service on 2013-01-03:
My concern would be even trying to dispute a charge when one knows the mistake was their own. Especially if there was a solution in place.

Why couldn't you have just places a duplicate order with the correct zip and allow the process to handle itself?
Posted by jktshff1 on 2013-01-03:
Good info Cwazy thanks
Posted by MRM on 2013-01-03:
That is cwazy indeed!
Posted by Cwazychicken on 2013-01-04:
Well they said if i dispute the charge, i will never be able to order again EVER as thats fraud???...And they are gonna hold my 48 dollars for 2-4 weeks until they get the item back, which sucks even worse. I hate when companies do that. I know several sites that give you a good few hours to cancel and reorder if you make a mistake. I hope i get my order, but i doubt i will ever order from avon again..they are just so picky.
Posted by Cwazychicken on 2013-01-04:
Also a duplicate order, i can not afford. I only had 48 dollars to spend on myself and well, now its gonna be on hold. I guess the bright side is when im broke in a few weeks, ill get my money back. I will go to paypal and dispute it and they can ban me for life. I am very unhappy and plan to warn as many people as i can about the way they do business and to be very cafeful when ordering from them. I think i will take my business to another good make up company.
Posted by Cwazychicken on 2013-01-04:
So i guess ill wait til its returned and they can reship it to the right address. Next time i will know...But its sad how fast companies ship out a product like this, without letting people change something if they must. I guess amazon must be the only place that lets people cancel an order or change an order before it ships.
Posted by Cwazychicken on 2013-01-19:
i did end up getting the product thankfully, and all the items were in tact. So luckily my 1 little mistake didnt const much but just be careful when ordering to anyone, is what i suggest.
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Nothing but a scam
Posted by Ms.cipriani on 08/23/2011
Products are good to use but wheres the money I'm making? I've been running around like a headless chicken for these people & I'm fed up with it. since I've started selling I've made NO MONEY WHAT SO EVER. wheres the business? in their hands. they charge all these unnecessary fee's. I pay on time I order on time & I'm getting charged late fees like theres no tomorrow. I'm so done with them. all you avon defenders are nothing but a bunch of scammers too that recruit people to fall into these games. its wrong & unprofessional.
     
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Posted by Old Timer on 2011-08-23:
As a rule the only people that make any money at all in any MLM biz are the ones that got in early. Unless you have a large downline selling under you it's hard to make anything with most network marketing companies, Avon included.
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2011-08-23:
There used to be good money in selling Avon...but as the years gone by, it pretty much IS a scam. They make their money, but the people doing all the work for them get nothing. I quit buying Avon years ago because all they sell now are overpriced products that you can by in any store. They used to be good when they sold the decanters, now all they have is makeup, clothes and movies. It's not the same Avon Grandma used to sell!
Posted by Skye on 2011-08-23:
I think there are so many people that are watching their money these days, Avon is on the low list of priorities.

Avon is good for someone who works in a large company, that has lots of people that you can sell Avon to.

Sorry you were not able to achieve the financial freedom the Avon commercials advertise.
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Selling Avon
Posted by GrannyGwen on 09/22/2009
I am interested in selling Avon in the very near future. My job is moving to Atlanta, and I would like to proceed with a home based business. Has anyone out there had any prior experience with selling Avon, or knows of someone who did. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2009-09-22:
The one thing I can tell you about Avon, Amway and the other big, reputable direct selling/multilevel marketing companies is that you have to really work to make them pay off for you. There are no overnight successes. I don't care how they've presented it to you, if you want to make good money at it - and you definitely can - you have to be firmly committed to it and spend a lot of time to make it happen, just as you would with any other business. If you think you can sneak in, work a few hours a week, and somehow rake in the money, you will completely fail and be back here complaining about them. Good luck!
Posted by dadadynameemee on 2009-11-02:
I've been selling Avon since March 2008. I've made Honor Society, Unit Leader, & have won trips. Yes, you do have to work it. It's just like going to work for someone else, but Avon does sell it self. Treat your customers the way you want to be treated & they will be very loyal to you.
Posted by iloveLOVE on 2009-12-13:
i can offer a little bit of advice. i am an avon rep..ive been doing it for about 3 months. not so experienced but i understand the business for the most part. i am about to close my account for personal reasons but i have made a little over $1,000 in total sales..so i think it is good for extra money. the only thing is like any self employed business..you do have to pay some out of pocket. you have to pay for brochures, and any other business tools you may need..and any fees avon charges you, and they can be pretty bad about that. i think you just have to be smart about your business. be organized. alot of ppl are dissatisfied with avon, and i have to admit i have been at times as well. you have to be a salesperson..but yet at sometimes it can just sell itself. i think older ppl are good loyal customers. they usually like the jewelry. church is a really good place to get customers, or at work. and you would be suprised, with some ppl they actually place an order every campaign. others dont. but you have to be about your money. i collected my money ahead of time to make sure everyone made their payments. the only thing is you should not pay avon until you get your order and invoice to see exactly how much you owe them, and also to see if any of the items ordered were unavailable because it does happen a good bit. and so you have to refund the money. i have used alot of the products as well. alot of the products are really good. i like the makeup products. although i should warn you there have been many complaints about the skin care causing a red, itchy rash sort of like a sunburn and i have had it myself too. it cleared up with hydrocortisone cream but others have had worse problems. i recommend doing the research before you really decide whether you want to sell avon or not and be careful about the skincare if you decide to. of course everyones skin is different, so anyone could react. but i do think it is a good idea if you decide to sell to wear the products, such as the makeup. for example if you try a new lipstick, and you are speaking with a customer about avon..you can simply say by the way, this lipstick im wearing is made by avon. and it is an easy way to get an order on the spot if you have the product to show, or to try. i think you can be successful with selling avon you just have to be commited to it..be patient..dont get frustrated over small things. there are alot of frustrating things about avon sometimes. i think everyone has a different experience, so try it if you want. you might just be very succesful in it.
Posted by PepperElf on 2009-12-13:
i'd also recommend checking out a few other brands to sell as well

in my opinion ... if you have to fork over money to start up, or if you have to buy supplies.. don't bother.

there's some good companies out there that DON'T charge you for a startup kit
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Be wary if you're buying for children
Posted by Luvingu1027 on 09/15/2009
My twin girls have had their ears pierced since they were 4 months. They're now 2 1/2. I bought them the Disney Mickey Mouse Stud Earrings assuming they were safe for children. On the 3rd day I was drying my daughter's hair after a bath and noticed that her ear was red. I removed the earring and a chunk of her earlobe came off with the earring!!! I was never so horrified. I'm not sure if you can see the pictures but I thought I'd share.

I asked my Avon representative to take the 2 boxes back. She declined. I'll be asking Avon for my refund.

Crystal rhinestone in goldtone
Pierced - 0.8cm (0.31") long.
     
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Posted by andbran on 2009-09-15:
i dont think earrings from avon are suitable for children.when my niece had hers peirced at 6 months her mother was advised to use real gold. i love to wear avon jewelry but i do take them out before i shower. the rep should have taken them back. i would contact their head office
Posted by karleebarlee on 2009-09-15:
you probably shouldn't ever assume that anything is safe for children. maybe they are allergic to nickel?
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-09-15:
I'm surprised they you weren't given a refund immediately. Those big direct selling companies, like Avon, Amway, etc. have good return policies. At least I thought they did. (I know Amway does.)
Posted by Diabolical on 2009-09-17:
Maybe it's just me, but when I have children, I'm waiting until they're old enough to consent to an ear piercing! Maybe they don't want to be like everyone else. If they want one, they'll ask.

And btw, I'm 20 and can't wear anything but titanium or acrylic in any of my piercings, ear or facial. It likely had nothing to do with Avon. Your children probably have a sensitivity to one of the alloys used.
Posted by Diabolical on 2009-09-17:
Oops, I missed this - "goldtone".

It's nickel coated in a gold color. Nickel is cheap and I know very few people who can wear it.
Posted by PepperElf on 2009-09-17:
At all ages earrings will hurt and the area will get red after a piercing

you are suppose to repeatedly sanitize the area to prevent infection.


it doesn't matter if you think the earrings are "safe for children" this is a requirement for all new earrings regardless of age.

sanitize the area, and take the earrings out at least every other day (if not daily) and put neosporin on the post to help prevent infection
Posted by Diabolical on 2009-09-17:
PepperElf, I have to disagree.

Infected/inflamed piercings should be handled GENTLY and left in. The more you mess with them, the worse it will be.
Neosporin is one of the worst things you can use because it keeps the piercing too moist. It won't heal/re-heal properly. Dial soap and warm water are perfectly acceptable. If you take out an infected piercing, there's a chance of abscessing. See a doctor before removing their earrings.
Posted by PepperElf on 2009-09-17:
well you're suppose to do that before they get infected or inflamed...

but i somehow suspect the OP did nothing at all to keep the area clean... just assumed 'safe for kids' meant it could never get infected
Posted by Diabolical on 2009-09-17:
Yes, I agree with you. I'm biting my tongue to keep my personal opinions on these kid's ears out of the picture!!
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-10-02:
OP. I am going to try to say this nicely. You bought el cheapo earrings for your girls. They apparently are allergic. You would have gotten the same reaction out of dollar store earrings if your children have an allergy to metals.

My eldest has to wear gold only. My youngest can wear anything. Just a note though. Even gold can irritate if the nickel alloy content is too high.
Posted by jktshff1 on 2009-10-02:
First thing I learned MANY years ago 'bout the Mrs. Don't buy plated, fake etc jewelry. Save up and buy the real thing.
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After Two Years Of Bad Service, Finally I Got A Avon Representative With Grace!
Posted by Gwenny09 on 06/02/2009
For the last two years, I have gotten BAD service from Avon. About 6 months ago my sister gave me the name of her E-rep. She is amazing!! She looks out for the customer. She gives me a call every month or so if she has a deal that beats the campaigns. She orders it and ships it to me. I am now shopping back with Avon through her only.

You really need to try her, I don't know if I can put her name on here, but I will definitely tell you if you want to know.
     
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