A User of Smilebox
March 11, 2019
Not only does it fail to do what it promised, with no templates available at all, but then, after nothing appears, they try to get you to sign up with them AGAIN (after forcing you to agree to turn over a whole bunch of private information), after which they will (according to another promise) want you to pay them money. Terrible business model, terrible execution, and terrible manipulation. I hope to god they didn't get any of my private data during the 15 minutes it took me to navigate their false promises and discover I'd been hoodwinked. Take my advice: avoid!