From Everything.Sucks

Evite is a social-planning website for creating, sending, and managing online invitations. Evite was launched in 1998. The website is a free, advertisement-supported service. Evite was co-founded by Al Lieb and Selina Tobaccowala. It was acquired in 2001 by conglomerate IAC/InterActiveCorp. In 2010, Liberty Media acquired ownership of Evite from IAC.

Mary was very disappointed and shared her experience on, "Evite software sends out invitations; many of our invitations did not go out to our guests. We received no response from the company with solutions for resolving the problems. The cost is very high for this level of incompetency."


JR says "Really expensive, limited and basically feels like a con! You cant add an English phone number or send by text as it only accepts american phone numbers (they may say it does but you cant get past the phone field with an English number)! You actually buy a redemption to code which you can only use against 1 invite at a time so you cant interchange your invites. When it comes on a smart phone the invite is distorted and doesn't have all the details or chops bit off! $29.99 for 40 invites is a waste of money! I haven't even got to the experience of it being blocked or going into junk email yet! Wish i hadn't started with it.Advice - use someone else."
Nancy Benefield says "I could not see the names of people responding on my evite. I wrote the company on 10/2/10 and got a response on 11/2/10!! The party was 10/16!! The 2nd problem is the beta and basic evite are not working together. I had an evite on beta I never received. Only reason I found it was the beta site popped up while I was working on my sons birthday evite."
Harris Targovnik says "They may have been the ground breaker in the area of digital invitations but their best days are behind them. We recently used them for two events and frankly the issues were enough for me to explore other services. At least 20% of the invites wind up in Spam and how their web portal is not White listed with all of the email services is beyond me. Then 25% of the RSVPs never posted and at least 10% of the people got their reminders for the event(s) the night of the event (in a few cases after the event happened)."

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