Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,
Have you seen advertisements for JustFab? Take a look at http://www.justfab.com/index.cfm?action=home.boutique#tab_shoe.
You also might want to take a look at http://www.scambook.com/company/view/146/JustFab.com.
JustFab is kind of a Book of the Month Club for shoes, except most of the shoes aren't worth buying. Join JustFab and they'll charge you 39.95 on the sixth of each month. If you don't buy a pair of shoes with your so-called credit, you get charged anyway.
JustFab also has handbags and jewelry.
I needed some new shoes and decided to try JustFab, not really knowing what I was getting myself into. Besides, I could earn frequent flyer miles by ordering from them.
The shoes are cute and JustFab has not scammed me out of any money -- yet -- because I've picked out a pair of shoes to purchase with my credit. ("Credit" is such a misnomer; it's your money that charged to your credit card.)
My problem? Most of the shoes don't fit well, and they're cheaply made.
Furthermore, most of the JustFab shoes have those ridiculously high heels that cause models to fall on the catwalk. Who can actually walk in a five-inch heel?
So I'm canceling JustFab, and I warn you against joining.
On the plus side, the company includes shipping in the 39.95 price, and returns/exchanges are simple. You don't even have to pay shipping when you send the shoes back, and I think you'll return the shoes.
Trust me: JustFab isn't worth the money, and I can just picture them scamming people who forget to order a pair of shoes and the company receives the 39.95 without sending out a pair of shoes.
So long, JustFab. You do not have the Janie Junebug Seal of Approval.
You get the Seal of Disapproval.
Infinities of love,