Richard Rivera, the lead salesperson for icommercedev, tried to get me to buy a package for icommercedev's team to manage the day-to-day operations around a week *after* failing to come through to manage the first order.
I was guaranteed 7 days of day-to-day management per month, as well as 6 months of Facebook marketing, Instagram marketing, and a few other forms of marketing. Icommercedev, however, no longer exists, and it seems that the marketing I was guaranteed will not be delivered.
"Mike Young," the director of operations, might actually be a pseudonym for Randy Johnson, of Stratix, LLC, another failed e-commerce company. It's quite possible that he'll come up with another pseudonym for his next business venture.
I paid $3.5k upfront for what was supposed to be a turnkey e-commerce store, with day-to-day management + sales, and I received a half-completed project and minimal responses from a company that seems to have dissolved without even informing its clients of its dissolution.
This is, perhaps, one of the least professional companies I have ever encountered.