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Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:ShutterStock is one of the largest online sources for buying royalty-free stock images. ShutterStock offers over 23 million photos, vectors, illustrations and videos to choose from and adds over 50,000 more weekly. ShutterStock sells their images by subscription or pay as you go. Shutter... more
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Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:ShutterStock is an American based business that was founded in 2003 by Jon Oringer. ShutterStock's head office is located in New York City and their online store is available in 150 countries and in ten languages.   ShutterStock contact information: Address: 60 Broad Street... more
Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:Customer reviews for ShutterStock were about 80% positive and 20% negative. Positive customer reviews commented on: Huge selection Good price High quality images Negative customer reviews commented on: Poor customer service One customer complained that their ShutterStock account was h... more
Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:ShutterStock is not accredited with the Better Business Bureau; however they do have a BBB rating of "A". Their BBB file was opened on December 09, 2004. Over the last three years, there has been two complaints filed against ShutterStock with the Better Business Bureau; all the complaints have been clo... more
Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:ShutterStock website popularity: ShutterStock has a worldwide Alexa traffic rating of 327 out of 30 million websites. ShutterStock has an American Alexa traffic rating of 404 ShutterStock has a Google pagerank of seven out of ten. The ShutterStock site receives 736,705 ar... more
Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:ShutterStock social media presence: ShutterStock can be followed on Facebook; they have 97,385 likes on Facebook and have 1996 people talking about them. ShutterStock usually updates their Facebook page daily. ShutterStock can be followed on Twitter; they have 93,767 followers on Twi... more
Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:ShutterStock is TRUSTe certified and uses an industry standard SSL certificate to encrypt their customers’ private information to help keep it safe from identity theft. Google Safe Browsing lists the ShutterStock site as "not suspicious" and states that no malicious software or suspicious co... more
Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:ShutterStock sells their images by subscription or pay as you go. Compared to their leading online competitor, ShutterStock is slightly more expensive.   Pay As You Go - 1 Image ShutterStock: $19 Leading competitor: $18 Subscription ShutterStock Subscription - get 25 i... more
Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:ShutterStock shipping rates and policies: The images and videos purchased from ShutterStock are downloaded by the customer to his or her computer, so there is no shipping charges as nothing is sent to the customer through the mail. All photos on ShutterStock are watermarked to prevent theft, when... more
Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:ShutterStock accepts most major credit cards; they accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Maestro, JCB, Diners Club and Discover Card. ShutterStock also accept checks and wire transfers for subscriptions. ShutterStock does not offer any alternative online payment options like PayPal, Google Ch... more
Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
Patricia Cartwright provided an answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock:ShutterStock return/refund policy: As customers can view the actual images on the ShutterStock site and all image size information is available with the photo.  ShutterStock does not offer refunds. Customers are encouraged to read over all the image information carefully before making a final dec... more
Last answer by Knoji 52 months ago +0 votes:
You can find the answer to this question in this review of ShutterStock written by Patricia Cartwright - an excerpt is posted below:ShutterStock is one of the largest online sources for buying royalty-free stock images. ShutterStock offers over 23 million photos, vectors, illustrations and videos to choose from and adds over 50,000 more weekly. ShutterStock sells their images b... more
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Shutterstock is one of the largest online sources for buying royalty-free stock images. ShutterStock offers over 23 million photos, vectors, illustrations and videos to choose from and adds over 50,000 more weekly. ShutterStock sells their images by subscription or pay as you go. ShutterStock is not only an excellent place to buy images, its an excellent place for photographers and artists to sell images.  ShutterStock has numerous categories to help customers find the ... more

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