In order to get people to try our service the first time, MaxDelivery will often give out coupon codes allowing you to reap significant savings. These codes are designed to get you to try the service and do not obligate you for anything else with MaxDelivery. Our goal is for you to see for yourself how quick and easy it is for you to get the things you need everyday with MaxDelivery. If you have received a coupon code from MaxDelivery, you can add it to your order at any time during the order process.
On the bottom of the Registration screen, the Shopping Cart screen or the Checkout screen, you will see a space to enter the code. Enter the code there and hit Apply and the coupon will be added to your account. You should see the subtotal on your Shopping Cart update immediately after you enter the code. Registration coupons are good one per household for new customers. Multiple registrations in the same household are not eligible for the registration discounts.
MaxDelivery coupons are not valid for delivery directly to hotels. Due to legal restrictions discounts are cannot be applied to alcoholic products, tobacco products, pre-order items or items from restaurant partners. I entered my coupon code, but do not see the coupon on the order.
Some coupons require you to purchase something for them to be applied and are only valid for MaxDelivery goods. For example, if you have a coupon for a free pint of ice cream, the coupon cannot be applied until you pick your flavor of ice cream and add it to your Shopping Cart.
In addition, registration coupons are good one per household for new customers, Multiple registrations in the same household are not eligible for the registration discounts. MaxDelivery coupons are not only valid for pre-order products and are only valid for products available for immediate delivery. If you are sure that you have the correct product in your cart and you are fully registered and are the first customer in your household, but you do not see the coupon being applied, please contact us at Customer Service and we will attempt to resolve the issue for you. When I went to check out, I saw I had a fee on my account.
Where can I find out what this fee is?
Fees associated with your account can always be viewed in your account section on the site. Simply click on your account link on the top right of the page and select Fees from the drop down list. The fee page should describe the reason for the fee, the date and the amount. I do not agree with the fee assessed to my account. How can I dispute the fee?
If you disagree with the fee assessed to your account, you can dispute it. Once a fee is disputed, we will immediately remove the fee from your account, pending our review. This will allow you to place a new order without the fee being applied. If we find that the fee is invalid, we will remove it permanently and send you our sincere apologies.
We strive to keep the highest level of accuracy on our inventory to prevent these issues and will investigate where our process had broken down.
If our staff believes that the fee is accurate, we will contact you via email with the reasons and will reinstate the fee on your account. Feel free to contact us anytime via email or via the live chat links on the site if you continue to have issues. What if I forgot my password? If you have forgotten your password, you can simply click on the forgot? This page will allow you to enter your email address. We will then send you an email with instructions on how to change your password.
As a security precaution, we will send a confirmation email to your account for any password updates. I eventually found what I love, though the route to starting my business was not exactly straightforward. Along each step of the way, I learned something that could benefit any entrepreneur, and maybe help you reach your goals a little quicker. Here's a quick tour of my journey and highlights of the lessons I learned from each experience.
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College degree, what's next? I graduated from Southern Methodist University with a degree in psychology only because I held the most credits in that department. While I loved the psychology classes, I didn't want to work in that field.
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I didn't do well in school, nor did I really apply myself. Unfortunately, the gap year wasn't in vogue then, because I definitely would have benefited from one. I was jealous of friends and family members who had clear career visions. They knew exactly what they wanted to be or do from day one and plowed straight ahead toward their goals.
Though I have since learned that didn't mean their journeys were any easier than mine. Takeaway: Don't be too hard on yourself. The stress and worry will cloud your judgment and get in the way of listening to your inner self about what is best for you. I moved to New York and got a job at in the jewelry department at Bloomingdale's.
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This felt comfortable because I'd held odd jobs since high school. The jobs I had growing up, while completely unrelated to the business I would eventually start, helped me understand hard work. I baby sat often, worked as a PeeWee golf attendant, was hired as a seasonal employee to wrap presents during the holidays in a liquor store, of all places , and took part-time jobs in college at both a gourmet kitchen shop in Dallas and as a sales associate at a specialty stuffed animal store.
I enjoyed working while in college in Dallas - certainly more than studying! And I was introduced early on to some very basic business practices: sales, month-end inventory, employee shift schedules and the absolute importance of reporting to any job on time. Takeaway: No job is too big or too small. Learn as much as you can, whatever you are doing. One day you will find yourself applying what you learned at past jobs to what you are doing now.
The excitement of publishing I would come home from work daily and pore over the New York Times help-wanted section looking for new opportunities. My dad remembered meeting a man named Paul Christopoulos, who worked at Time Inc. Christopoulos is my maiden name. Paul wasn't related, but he helped me get my foot in the door at Time Inc. I learned early on to ask friends and family for help. Takeaways: Networking is incredibly important because you never know who you'll meet. Share your goals; the people you know might provide introductions that could make all the difference in getting a job, an investment, or an important new customer.
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The contacts you make might end up being important personally or professionally not just for you but also for a family member or friend. In my case, it didn't hurt that I shared a Greek last name with the person who could help me! That turned out to be a blessing. It forced me to examine my career and my future and take the next step. Just desserts Many of my friends were tossing around ideas about starting their own companies.
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