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Is Elite Heels still viable?


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Their website http://www.elite-heels.com is still working well, but nobody replies to my inquiries to their known email addresses elite@4ox.com and info@elite-heels.com

Gina hasn’t logged in here since 2014, she hasn’t posted to her FB page since January 2020, and her own domain http://www.queen-of-heels.de is for sale.

Has anyone ordered and received something from them very recently?

Edit: Oh never mind, they seem to not be viable since 2012.

 

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I need to update this:  Gerhard has been replying to emails sent to info@elite-heels.com, but I can't edit my original post.

Order placed, and looking forward to trying them on!

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On 5/19/2021 at 6:38 PM, alphax said:

I need to update this:  Gerhard has been replying to emails sent to info@elite-heels.com, but I can't edit my original post.

Order placed, and looking forward to trying them on!

Almost 5 month have passed, do you have them by now? 🤔

❤️ my wife in heels (and without ...)

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I have time to wait for a cruise ship with a copter, or hop aboard a freighter.  Or join a scientific expedition.  Who knows.  Never say never. Never.

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2 hours ago, Chorlini said:

We're so fortunate to have it give us all this nice warm weather. 😁

They are finding there is 2-3 less weeks of winter in Maine and that is causing the tick population to explode. Is there similar things happening in the Netherlands?

 

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8 hours ago, Cali said:

They are finding there is 2-3 less weeks of winter in Maine and that is causing the tick population to explode. Is there similar things happening in the Netherlands?

 

I'm not sure, I haven't heard anything about exploding tick populations. But we've had one of the wettest summers and the mosquito population has gone through the roof. As opposed to the previous two summers which had heatwaves and a sort of drought.

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