Folksy Ltd

Has anyone tried coriandr


(Paintings4 U) #1

Just joined coriander and was wondering what people thought of it.


(Eileens Craft Studio) #2

I’d not heard about it but I’ve just read their conditions of usage and it says you can’t list an item on there and have it listed elsewhere.

So if you are listing an item on Coriandr you’ll not be able to list it on folksy in case someone finds it via Folksy and buys it. They see that as fee avoidance.

I’m going to have a further look around.


(Eileens Craft Studio) #3

Oh I’ve found a few bits of information seems the forums are very slow and there’s not much on the side of promoting like we have on Folksy.

They say it’s for UK sellers but I see 2 shops one’s based in Poland and one based in the USA another from France.

It appears their blog isn’t kept up either

I’ve been looking and it doesn’t look like much is sold on there at all.


(Claire Davis) #4

I’d not heard of it til now to be honest with you. I don’t like the idea of having to have items exclusively with one place, seems a bit too much like putting all your eggs in one basket!


(Liz Lothian ) #5

Am I the only one who thought you meant the herb? Liz


(Joanne Joyce) #6

Last time I heard about coriandr was approx. 4 years ago so I am guessing that can’t be good :confused:


(Helen Smith) #7

I’m surprised to hear that coriandr is still around tbh!


(Louise Foot) #8

nope. I was right there with you :slight_smile: was all ready for a natter about it being my favourite herb too


(Louise Foot) #9

whoops - that was a reply to Jo


(Paintings4 U) #10

Thanks for all of your replies