Evite Down For The Count

from the see-what-happens-when-you-get-rid-of-your-marketing-people? dept

So, Evite gets rid of all its marketing and business development people a couple of weeks ago, and suddenly the site isn’t working any more. Shouldn’t the engineers be able to keep the site running without any interference from annoying business folks?

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Pat says:

Re: De-vite

Logging in is not the only problem with Evite.
I planed my wife’s surprise birthday party for months using Evite. I made sure that our home email account was deleted from the myEvite menu —so as to not have some respond back to the account which my wife read.

Even after deleting my home account, responses this past week came to my home account almost ruining the surprise.

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