At 09:02 PM 08/14/2001, you wrote:
>>Indeed. I also went to Chank's site to check it out further, including the
>>font club. I found NO information about details of the font club, so I
>>wasn't about to sign up unless I knew what the $99 for the font and the
>>font club actually means. After checking all over the site for about 15
>>minutes and still not finding a page or even a paragraph about the font
>>club (aside from a mention of it when purchasing a font), I wrote a note to
>>the email address provided. I then got a canned response with no promises
>>that anyone would even respond to my inquiry. That experience didn't
>>exactly leave me feeling like it's a very user friendly, inviting site. As
>>a result, it's doubtful that I'd join the font club since I can't get any
>>information about it..... lost the sale, a potential return visitor, not to
>>mention lots of word-of-mouth referrals, and possibly a review of the site
>>or a font or two for one of my regular columns.
>Well hell, if you want to join a font club, we've got one which would
>welcome you - and I think it's adequately explained. You can get the info
>on it at http://www.fontcraft.com/fontclub
>Scriptorium Fonts: http://www.fontcraft.com
>Ragnarok Press: http://www.ragnarokpress.com
>Customer Support: 1-800-797-8973
<big chuckle> Ah, I've been a member of Scriptorium's font club since its
inception or pretty close to it (I just renewed for another two years). I
haven't had any problems finding what I need at your site, Dave. And your
font club is a wonderful way to purchase fonts and something I see as a
win-win situation for everyone. I've been impressed with yours, Dave,
regularly getting the notices to go download the latest, and it has worked
seamlessly ever since I joined long ago. And I've recommended it to others,
too. So I've been a long-time customer of yours. Little did you know, huh?!
Oh -- I've also listed the Scriptorium at WebsiteTips.com's font section
with a graphic of one of Pyle Initials -
http://www.websitetips.com/fonts/index1.html. (You're listed under
Foundries in alphabetical order.) Well, actually, now that I take another
look, I also used your Roughwork font for the collage at the top of that
page and I also used it in a very different collage on the main page of
WebsiteTips.com. I've also received quite a few compliments on those and
people have loved these fonts once they saw them.
That's just a sampling of how I've used some of the fonts from the
Scriptorium. :-) I've also used them in my other web design work.
So, thanks, Dave. I've appreciated your font club and your fonts for quite
a long time. I'm also blown away with all that you do.
Shirley E. Kaiser, M.A.
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