There are several web shopping sites that offer low prices, buy now and pay later options, and no credit checks. This is a guide about sites like ABC Distributing and LTD Commodities.
FYI to the person who was upset about ABC and LTD not delivering to Hawaii. News Flash: they don't deliver to Alaska either. I learned that when I moved to Alaska after placing several orders to them when I lived in Florida. Find a friend in the the U.S. and have them ship your items there or move!
I used to order from both ABC and LTD, however, now they won't send to Hawaii. This is so aggravating, we are their 50th state. We are in the United Stated, but they won't ship because we are not continental. They used to, what made doing this so bad? I shop quite a bit on line, and do run into this, so I take my business where they do include Hawaii. Can you give me someone's catalog/web site where they will send to me in Hawaii, products like these two sites carry. There's a few Christmas items I would love to order from ABC!
Yvonne, do you not have one friend or family member living in the Continental United States that could receive from ABC & reship to you in Hawaii?
Does anyone know any other shopping sites like ltdcommodities.com?
I use Lakeside Collections, they have most of the same items that LTD Commodities has, but you don't have to have a business name/address to order from them. Go to lakesidecollections.com
I've purchased items from this place for years and never had any problems. It started out as ABC Distributing and then was LTD Commodities. I don't have a business but still was able to open an account with them. They mail you your order with a bill and you then pay the bill, but it's due in like 10 days. Lakeside Collection does generally sell the same items though, you just have to pay for them at the time of purchase.
Actually, abc and ltd are separate, I have catalogs from both and have gotten them both for years. I like them and Lakeside Collections. I also get Vermont Country Store because it has lots of items from the past that aren't sold in stores any longer.
I got an email back today from LTD Commodities saying that my account has been blocked. It also said several orders have been placed on my account and it said all remaining orders have been canceled. I kept trying to order because I didn't know why my orders were being canceled. I just don't understand that company. I even tried to place a small order but no luck. I only received a handbag from Ltd and the other stuff was canceled from my order.
Instead of using LTD, go to Lakeside Collections. They have the same stuff, but you don't have to be a business, you don't have to order in groups of three and your stuff is all shipped at the same time for one price, like regular catalogs.
Here is the link: http://www.lakeside.com/catalog.asp?CAT=1
Check it out. You will be pleased and never have to deal with LTD again!!
One as to be a business to order from LTD Commodities. I am a baking company small but; still a company. See if you can set up a small company and I think it'll work. If not try calling them at their Illiinois office?
First it sounds like you got hit with spam. Don't email, call them specifically. If they can't change things, tell them to cancel everything with your name on it, including your catalogues you get. They are coded with your name/etc. Let some time pass and then call, ask to have a new account, due to identify theft of their name being passed around as a bad business to deal with. If they understand their name is connected with spam/slamming, they may pay more attention.
BUT DO NOT RESPOND TO THOSE EMAILS in any manner. Do not click, reply, etc. It confirms your information is a good steal.
If this persists, contact your Att. General Office at your state level. Those letters were phishing and you were the bait.
I totally agree with cutupthecards. I have used Lakeside Collections for a few years now and have never had a problem. I even used them to order Christmas presents and got everything I ordered in time.
Does anybody know of any other shopping sites that are like ABC Distributing or LTD Distributing?
Does anybody know of any other shopping
sites that are like ABC Distributing or LTD Distributing?
I found one web site or catalog like ABC distributing, it is "The Lakeside Collection" at
I like Collections, Etc., everything is $14.99. Cute stuff. collectionsetc.com (07/22/2004)
Fingerhut, Doubleday, and Swisscolony (and subsidiary companies listed at bottom of page) all let
you charge orders till later.(08/04/2004)
not as good as LTD if anyone is interested. (01/07/2005)
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figis.com will let you choose to use their credit, but you do not
have to give any personal information for approval. (04/23/2005)
Terry's Village, but they don't always have the great deals or stuff ABC and LTD have.
If you like books go to eharlequin.com they let you get
the books then pay no personal info needed. I ordered my books 2 days ago and they weren't
supposed to be here for a week, but I got them today. If any one else knows any other place come
on and tell us. Please. (09/15/2005)
Try lillianvernon.com (01/09/2007)
Try grandeportal.com, they are new and they have great stuff
at great prices, fast delivery and somebody always answers the phone in customer service.
Check out Ohio Wholesale. (01/26/2008)
Everyone try: seventhavenue.com or <a
href="http://www.ginnys.com">ginnys.com, even <a
Country door is my favorite. I also have an account with Ltd. They all offer generous in house
credit terms, usually 400.00 credit limit. Don't worry order from one of these and you will
receive others catalogs too. They are all affiliated, I believe. Happy shopping ladies.
Try tenderhearts.com.They have reasonable pricing and
shipping is not that bad. (02/21/2008)
Please go to dtgwow.com and scroll to the bottom and click on
e-catalog. Go to table of contents and find bulk buys. There are some really cool items there.
Good luck. If you register as a shopper-no charge-you will get a $10 gift card. Let me know how
you like it. (11/23/2008)