Beware of SquarePeg Web Design – Square Peg Web Design Are Crooks!
Recently, it was brought to our attention that a web development firm called www.squarepegweb.com – which seems to be a subsidiary of www.e4mediagroup.com was showcasing our company www.exceldiamonds.com, in their portfolio section, promoting us as “one of their clients”.
We are not clients of theirs and actually never even heard of them until this screenshot below was sent to our attention:
Naturally, we immediately contacted Square Peg Web Design and were told that they outsource to an Indian company who actually creates much of their work and who they claimed was responsible for fraudulently claiming that they had created our website.
We talked to Square Peg and they immediately took the site off their portfolio. They further apologized for not doing their due diligence in order to ascertain and validate whether our website (and perhaps others?) was actually designed by this “Indian Designer”.
Was this an honest mistake on the part of www.squarepegdesign.com?
We’d like to think so.
Sadly, it seems that Square Peg Web already has a reputation for shady practices.
In fact, upon further review of their website, they make a big to do over here about the importance of hiring a web designer who will actually do the work in-house and not outsource it…yet…..Square Peg Web Design is not only guilty of outsourcing themselves…what’s even worse is that they didn’t even design their own website!
Instead, they purchased a boiler plate solution from another company!! Click here.
…Just boggles the mind….
Read more, here.
The cutest little toddler flushed Mommys rings down the toilet.
Methinks Mom ‘ought to be more careful before she leaves her jewelry sitting pretty on the edge of the bathroom sink, with the door ajar and a curious toddler roaming the house and ‘doing his thing’!
Watch the clip and see what happened!
His will provided $40,000 for an elaborate funeral.
As the last guests departed the affair, his wife Sharon turned to her oldest and dearest friend. ‘Well, I’m sure
Jim would be pleased,’ she said.
‘I’m sure you’re right,’ replied Brenda, who lowered her voice and leaned in close.
‘How much did this really cost?’
‘All of it,’ said Sharon. ‘Forty thousand.’
‘No!’ Brenda exclaimed. ‘I mean, it was very nice, but $40,000?’
Sharon answered, ‘The funeral was $6,500. I donated $500 to church. The whiskey, wine and snacks were another $500. The rest went for the Memorial Stone.’
Brenda computed quickly. ‘$32,500 for a Memorial Stone?
How big is it?’
Spring is finally here and everything is coming into full bloom!
Spring time means more engagements!
More engagements means more sales of fabulous diamond engagement rings!!
From us to you, we wish you all the best!
This authentic, unedited and actual photo of three birds in flight during a beautiful sunrise, is GOD’s way of saying “have a nice day”!
Let me wish all of you a very nice weekend!
After a completely hectic and draining day at the office, I need to pause for a humorous interlude!
Search Engine Roundtable covers Google’s celebration of 50 years since the inception of the Lego company with this funky Google logo of the day!
Of course Google’s obsession with Lego is well documented.
Heck, half of GooglePlex is covered in Lego and Lego related themes.
They seem to live vicariously through Lego!
These two Google founders are absolute geniuses………who never grew up!
So who gets to laugh all the way to the bank?!
I once got tagged with a question regarding the magazines I read.
I read many magazines for the purposes of keeping up to speed with the news, happenings and developments in the diamond industry.
Here is a collage of some of the magazines that come across my desk.
To all our friends and readers, we wish you a very Happy New Year full of health and Happiness for you and yours!
The DiamondVues Team.
Looks inviting, no?
Think it might encourage sales?
To all our friends who are celebrating Hanuka, we wish you a happy and enjoyable Holiday!