Wednesday, June 8, 2011

GlitterSniffer Cosmetics Artfire: Back to Basics

I posted last week about GlitterSniffer Bath and its status being changed from Pro to Basic on Artfire.

Per Artfire FAQ the billing for Pro accounts is handled via direct debit:

How am I billed for my Pro membership?

Pro members on ArtFire pay a low monthly subscription via credit card. When you sign up for a Pro account or upgrade a Basic account to Pro you’ll begin a monthly subscription that bills on the same day of the month that you signed up. So, if you signed up on the 4th of the month, your account will be debited on the 4th of every month. If your card expires or is declined, we will contact you to assist you in setting up another card or updating your credit card information. You can request to cancel your Pro membership at any time; requests are processed on a members next scheduled billing date.
As of today GlitterSniffer Cosmetics no longer maintains a Pro Artfire account.

There has been no formal closure announcement from GlitterSniffer Cosmetics, and Lela Warren's Facebook profile still lists her as Owner and President of GlitterSniffer Cosmetics.

This despite the current lack of a payment processor, the ongoing FDA investigation, the closure of both the GlitterSniffer Cosmetics Facebook Fan Page and Private Group, the failure to renew the domain, and the Artfire shop being all but abandoned for at least two months.

I think at this point it is safe to say that GlitterSniffer Cosmetics is at the very least on an indefinite hiatus, and quite possibly closed forever. What this means for the customers still awaiting refunds or the ongoing FDA investigation remains to be seen.

I have a few more posts to publish in the next couple of days before moving to a posting schedule of FDA investigation information and random followup only. At that point posts will be sporadic and only should the need arise. The blog and the Facebook page will continue to remain so as to serve as a chronicle of the past business practices of GlitterSniffer Cosmetics and to ensure that people have all available information to make a safe, informed decision.

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