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Reviewed By Deb on December 22, 2013

I have been a small business owner for a number of years. I tried to join the webinar which is required for orientation, which was not successful. I have very limited time so waiting almost 15 minutes for the webinar to come up was a waste of my valuable time.

Unless you have lots of time on your hands to hope that your webinar works, don't bother.

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January 11, 2014

The webinar worked for me, and it wasn't very long...about a 45 minute review of how your boutique works.

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rip off

Reviewed By patricia blanton on December 2, 2013, texas

My daughter spends countless time on the computer,spreading the word through every media possible. She adds new jewelry, and does everything required to make money on this venture. We support her,but she's been doing this for nearly 2 yrs.,and to this date.she's made .23 cents. I think Kitsylane is a pyramid scheme. That's my review.

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Jaqui
December 06, 2013

There is no pyramid to Kitsy Lane. You don't make money with boutique owners under you, You have to sell the products yourself. Generally, if you sell a product you make 20%. If a person under you sells a product you generally make 6%. There is only one level under any boutique owner. It is like normal management in a commission based retail store. My suggestion: Don't focus on getting other boutique owners. They usually quit. IT's a waste of time. Focus on selling. Emails bring the most success. Social media is time consuming and since everyone is advertising this way, it gets less attention.

January 11, 2014

Spent the $100 and buy a business kit then do some home shows like Pampered Chef or Partylite does. You can even host your own home show and have it take off from there. You can't just open a boutique and wait for the sales to come to you...like any business you have to market yourself and put your products out there and sell, sell, sell.

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An opportunity to work from home and earn a commission...

Reviewed By Marlene  on November 16, 2013, Lithonia, Ga

I have searched the web to find work at home opportunities and found none including webinars and customer support without a start-up cost.
My storefront design was easy to setup and I'm following "My To Do List" manage boutique to set-up Facebook/Twitter accounts; invite friends, etc. I believe through social media and networking folks will at least visit the boutique; even if they do not purchase something right away.

I am thankful to Kitsy Lane for the opportunity to have a free website, , free domain, free hosting, pick weekly flash sale products, constant updated inventory and chance to earn a commission.

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anna chowsukhum
November 23, 2013

i started this and i want it to be deleted, i have never made any money off this, and i can't even get in touch with anyone to tell them to delete my account, i want nothing to do with this

May 05, 2014

Have you tried contacting them: For general questions and comments, you can chat with us live on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 3-5PM ET at kitsylane.com. You can also email us at concierge@kitsylane.com.

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Good Company

Reviewed By Kim on November 15, 2013, Clearwater,Fl

I am not sure if the reviewers actually have boutiques or what...I have a boutique with 350 registered customers. I make about $400 to $500 monthly with my boitique. The jewelry is good quality - comparable to fashion jewelry at a department store such as Dillards or Macys. I have a full time job and I am in school so I don't have much time to put in on the boutique. I work at promoting on twitter, facebook and pinterest. I've had no shipping issues or complaints from my customers. I am now doing trunk shows as well. Its a great opportunity for zero financial investment...

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Sheika Belle
December 20, 2013

Do you just purchase the items before they are released, then take them to places to sell during your trunk show?

January 13, 2014

Do you get people to actually view your product? It seems to me that when people click on the link to go to shop at the website, Kitsy Lane tries to have more people sign up for the business. I know the shop button is at the bottom. I just think that if it is free people would rather open their own boutique instead. I don't really know. I just opened one up. I can't view the webinars. What is your secret?

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Great Opportunity

Reviewed By TC on November 10, 2013, Birmingham, AL

I have been with Kitsy Lane a few months now, and I must say that I am impressed. It may start out a little slow but in order for this to be a success you HAVE to promote your store! You get out what you put in.

I love it! They are always available to help me and respond to my e-mails when needed.

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