Received the product in about 5 days. It arrived in yesterday's mail.
I haven't even had a chance to try it when I get a phone call this morning, purportedly from the marketing outfit that brokered the deal. Now they want to send me a 'free' cubic zirconia necklace just for being a valued customer. Uh huh. ALSO included in the package will be another piece of jewelry priced at 60 bucks or so that I can keep and pay for or return.
Now get this, every month there will be another piece of freaking jewelry sent out for approval or return. AND -- here's the fun part --- they will use the Credit Card number given them for the glue.
As God is my witness, had I known my CC was going to be placed in this outfit's hands, I would have gladly stuck with duct tape for piecing stuff together. BUYERS BEWARE!
Reason of review: After-purchase hustle.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.
I didn't like: Being telemarketed after the fact for a jewelry scheme.