@lookip Look up at the top of the page, where it says “Account” and there should be a listing of your orders, and their status. If you just ordered things today, they’ll probably say something like “processing” for the status.
Hope that helped (I’m not a staff person, just a person who buys stuff, like yourself).
@BeccaC69 I don’t think you can. I’ve already purchased multiple things (since April), and even if I’m buying from the same sale, it still makes them separate shipments. There’s no “cart” to put things in.
If you haven’t already, and you’re buying multiple things, it’s best to sign up for the $2 membership. You can always cancel it later.
@therealjrn I know that’s what the info says, but the OP may not understand that, and in addition, may not be able to return to read a response if it falls outside the magic window.
I actually think it’s a dumb restriction, myself. There has to be some other way to vette people making posts on the lower traffic MorningSave forums than enforcing that $2 every month surcharge. I bought stuff in April. I bought stuff again now. I’m a fairly high-end shopper, and 98% of what’s offered here holds no interest for me.
I’d be supplying answers more often if there wasn’t a tax on it. I’m not willing to be a “member” just to post, though. I didn’t get VMP on purpose when it was at the last chance, even though I understood it would carry over to the other forums. If I don’t want a two dollar tax, I’m pretty sure a five dollar tax is right out. It’s not the amount, mind you. I just don wanna.
While I’m thinking about it, @snapster may have interest in what I just said. Or not. You never know.
@snapster To be truthful, I don’t believe that you should expect that (a community feeling from your suite of Checkout.Org members). I note that the people most likely (outside of yourself or staff) to show up and help out are folks who’ve actually been around on your Meh site (and far as I can tell, originated over on Woot).
I like helping out now and then (especially when I’m avoiding the less desirable bits of tasks in my day), but am unwilling to pay to do it.
As long as I’ve got your attention, I do admit that I’m not your typical shopper, and I don’t think you could survive as a business catering to my narrow niche. I’m officially done buying purses (at least for now), but do look forward to the next interesting item. I still think that you need to come up with a way that permits people who’ve recently shopped, or are long time members, or something besides $$ in order to post.
@Shrdlu short on time but wanted to share agreement with finding that organically, this audience is not expecting / needing / utilizing a forum much. Along with greater scale (other sites and more members here), we may influence participantion in he future by giving them more reason/reward for doing so.