Anyone know 'The Pop Top Shop'?

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  1. cultureatus

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    Hi Folks,


    Thanks for looking!
     
  2. cultureatus

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    Anyone?
     
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    just from a glance at their stock and prices, they think very highly of themselves dont they?
     
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    Looks like it came straight from the late 90's school of web design.
     
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    The Good:
    Good selection (can't really speak to the pricing).

    The Bad:
    The "Home" page with Mr. Pop Top is flat-out annoying.
    Odd/amateur-ish web design doesn't engender trust, therefore doesn't make me want to share my credit card number.
    "Categories" appear to be in frustratingly random order.
    Allowing someone to put a Sold Out item into their cart is a bad Customer experience.
    Small "more" arrows on right rail modules are not immediately apparent. Why not link directly from the module name, i.e. having the word "Reviews" be the link rather than an easily missed, unlabeled arrow?
    The framed area has a footer and then there is a floating footer, make it easy to miss the "Home", "ONLINE STORE", etc. choices in the floating footer.
    "Contact Us" in footer generates e-mail but "Contact Us" in "Information" generates web form?

    Hope that helps.
     
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    The Pop Top Shop

    This is a $20 figure at best.

    The Pop Top Shop

    This is a bootleg.

    Also, $1200 for a carded set of Constructicons sounds awfully high to me. I honestly can't say this place is bad since a lot of varied and older toylines are included, ones I don't know about, but passing off this garbage as the first Xena figure or asking a laughable $8 for a dirt-common Happy Meal toy isn't exactly endearing.
     

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