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123Greetings Overview

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New York, NY
51 to 200 employees
Unknown
Company - Private
Information Technology
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Unknown
Sending an electronic greeting is easier than counting to three. 123Greetings.com seems to think so, anyway. With an offering of more than 20,000 free e-mail cards, the company's greetings run the gamut, offering a variety of religious cards (for Buddhist ... Read more

123Greetings Reviews

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    Current Freelancer - Studio Artist in Norwich, CT
    Current Freelancer - Studio Artist in Norwich, CT
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    I have been working at 123Greetings (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    You create e-cards in your own timeline. There is no real pressure. The more quality creations you upload, the more you make. The "Team Leader" is extremely kind and easy to work with.

    Cons

    There is no transparency. You must take their word for how many "sends" you achieved, and they only provide a daily total to the top 10 artists. The website is antiquated and nobody seems interested in updating it.

    Advice to Management

    Please update the website and provide ongoing totals of sends that update daily for ALL!

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123Greetings Interviews

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    Application

    I applied in-person. I interviewed at 123Greetings.

    Interview

    2 phone interviews, one in person interview. I have no other place to input this, so I'll put it here... I had a decent couple of rounds with the sister company, 123Stores.com - I was given a verbal offer 2 weeks ago and I was told that an offer letter was coming very soon, I was pushed off another week, last week and this week the CEO's "cell phone" was cut off, out of service. No way to reach the owner of the company who is in India - I've never had such an awful experience - I turned other offers and other interviews down because I was given a firm commitment that an offer was made and we were just finalizing the benefits and offer letter. I am out of work so 2 weeks putting a job search on hold with the expectation that I was all set is tremendously disappointing. Of course it's possible the business plans changed, but I didn't even get a courtesy call to let me know that.... I would stay away from this company - extremely shady and unprofessional.

    Interview Questions

    • Owner asked me if i was single and how old I was.   1 Answer
    • Questions about recruitment strategy/retention strategy   Answer Question
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