WebRev Marketing

WebRev Marketing Brian Burt Promised something great – given a half functional website Chicago, Illinois – I was presented with a big fancy package for my small gift shops website to be redesigned, and for $4,000 I was given a basic WordPress site that is half functional. All they did was upload photos onto the site for me. I was told the site would take 30-60 days, I didn’t see anything for 90 days, and they took a 50% deposit up front. I continue to run into issues, and when I try to contact them, I don’t get a response.

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