My shop is smallish, but I've had a few fraudulent attempts, I wonder about everyone else's experiences. First guy... Emailed "My daughter's birthday chocolates", I sent him a quote for a little…Continue
"What a coincidence. I just got the Tulsa email last week. I've really scaled back my mail order, especially for large volumes. (Since I'm trying to be as "sustainable" as possible, given the product, I often encourage people to…"
What a nuisance and waste of your precious time! It's such a shame there are people like that out there. A real pain.
Thanks though for taking the time to let the community know. You were wise to catch them before you lost your product,…"
My shop is smallish, but I've had a few fraudulent attempts, I wonder about everyone else's experiences. First guy... Emailed "My daughter's birthday chocolates", I sent him a quote for a little over $1200 worth of chocolate. All seemed well as we emailed back and forth regarding the details. He claimed to be travelling out of the country, tight schedule etc. I have many customers like that.The wierdness started with payment. Of course. He wanted to send a credit card number and charge…See More
"I also take offense at this new term "re-melter". Many of us are artisans and it is all about beauty and flavor delivery. Frankly, I have yet to find a good "bean to bar" chocolate that was very palatable. No, I have not had…"
This is the group where ChocolateLife members can A) Advertise USED equipment for sale to other ChocolateLife members.B) Let other ChocolateLife members know that they are looking for equipment (new or used).See More
The first good temper was pretty cool, but nothing beats the feeling I had after the first sale. I made hand pressed roses mounted on chocolate heart bases. Sold about $75 wholesale to a local shop, she returned about 1/2 of it 6 weeks later. I didn't care, I was nearly in business!