Raising prices to gain more inventory while still owing loyal customers money seems like a bad choice. It appears, from the outside, that the very first thing that needs to be squared away
is getting the customers that have already paid their cards or credit back to buy something that is actually IN STOCK at a fair rate. In my humble
At any rate, I was lucky enough to not have spent money during this downfall. I used to spread the website on all of the local facebook groups and within groups of friends.
I was always a fan, even after that brutal loss
of all of the saved decks the website suffered a few years back.
I hope to see you pull out of this hole and get the website back up and running. Your loyal customers will stick around and hopefully spread the good word when and IF things turn around.
Just think of them first because without them, you may as well
cut your loses.
I'll hang around the forums and hope for the turn around. Keep ya head up and like a few others said, let us know if there is anything we can do to help.