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AVOID BACKER CAMP. Yeap. Thats my advice. Learn why.

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by eMinnow » Fri Mar 31, 2017 10:26 pm

The crowdfunding world is ful of sharks - buyer beware!
When it comes to marketing, you have to choose carefully, just like buying a car ;)
David Tye
eMinnow the worlds first robotic fishing lure! now LIVE on Kickstarter:
http://bit.ly/2pwBTO8
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by rorabaughdesigns » Sun Apr 02, 2017 3:38 pm

In all honesty, I have used Backer Camp several times for various Kickstarter projects. They are very responsive and helpful. I wouldn't say they are deceptive, just the opposite. Like most crowdfunding promoters they have become very helpful. Their staff is very good at what they do and I commend them for growing as they have.

I recommend them and that is from experience working with them on my campaigns. Like any company, they are not mind readers. If you tell them what you expect, they will deliver.
Cheers!

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by lowkey » Mon Apr 03, 2017 3:05 pm

hello guys. i am lowkey, and i approve rorabaughdesigns comment on this matter.

i have evidence to support the his statement, and indeed, backer camp can be trusted...on certain niche.

i am sorry but i am eating now, i will explain these later. thanks!
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