We received this amazing letter resulting from a technical review of our largest Mercury-based social network site, iSchoolBand.com:
"I have been closely evaluating the iSchoolBand.com software ever since I first became aware of it over a year ago. The software that iSchoolBand has developed is truly remarkable and revolutionary."
We've just added a gift registry feature to the website of Denver retro-chic retailer Mod Livin. Jill asked us if we could build one and gave us three whole days to get it done! We built and rolled out the feature in time for a bridal shower event they were hosting at the store!
Congratulations to Mark Hayes who welcomes in 2010 with a new website! Mark has been with us for years now and after we sat down to discuss his needs we decided to give his site a facelift with an emphasis on driving people to the parts of the site that matter the most to him.
His new site is the visual handiwork of our Stephanie Witherspoon and it puts the emphasis on Mark's online store. Rather than being a composer who has a store tacked on to his website his site now ensures that all visitors will know that they can purchase his cds and music.
Visit http://www.markhayes.com for more!
WebKit wishes all of its clients and vendors a happy new year! Let's make 2010 the best one yet.
We have some exciting stuff in the works for the new year. Our Mercury Framework continues to enrichen and mature. We are looking forward to building quality social networks and e-commerce applications for you.
Here's to an improved economy! Here's to the advent of amazing new technology! Here's to you and your families! Thank you for being a part of our lives!
In the past few days we have received four calls from people who have been billed $79.95 asking for refunds. These charges show up as being from "WebKit" and they are supposedly tied to the phone number of 877-822-4426.
That number doesn't go to a legitimate company so banks and credit card companies are doing searches online, finding our company also with the name of "WebKit" and are calling us to try to get refunds. The problem is that they are taking a stab in the dark, hoping that we are the right company, but we are not. We did not issue any of these charges nor did we collect any of your money.
We do not know who the offending company is but we would love to find out because dealing with these calls is costing us both time and money. If you are a bank and are hoping to get your client's money back we wish you the best of luck and urge you to follow the money trail as opposed to simply hoping that we are the guilty party. If you feel we can assist in tracking down the perpetrators then please call us. If you are calling to simply try to get a refund we are the wrong company.
We wish you and your clients success in finding a resolution.