Service Reviews Archive


The Zombie Run 2015: Another Awful Experience

If you do not recall, last year I was supposed to participate in The Zombie Run.  This, however, did not happen, and I went through an awful customer service experience with this run, and their parent company, Human Movement Management, which you can read all about HERE. The Zombie Run issues no


Service Review: Ipsy Box

Disclaimer: I subscribed to the ipsy box on my own, and we don’t have any affiliate links in the review. The only thing I’ll get if you subscribe from here is “ipsy points” which is a program to earn free product that’s open for anyone who subscribes. It’s time for another subscription box review!


Product Review: Green Bean Delivery

Growing up we had a milk box on our back porch. We would get delicious things like chocolate milk and popsicles delivered, and probably more but they didn’t stick in my memory because they definitely weren’t as tasty. As I got older, the delivery stopped and the tin box became a hiding


The Zombie Run: Customer Service At It’s Worst

For the past three weeks, I have been looking very forward to running in and reviewing The Zombie Run.  Unfortunately, the company putting this event on, Human Movement Management, made a premature decision to cancel the event that was supposed to take place Saturday, August 23rd at White River Paintball in Anderson,


Product Review: Loot Crate

Disclaimer: Loot Crate provided the July box to Pure Geekery for review.  Lets face it- we geeks love fun stuff. Being able to enjoy fun, ridiculous, sometimes not even useful  stuff that just makes us smile is one of the perks of being a geek. Personally, I’m a big fan of trendy


Product Review: Citybox

Editor’s note: Citybox provided PureGeekery with a box of goodies to review at no cost. Part of what I love about attending local geek conventions is discovering awesome new things in the area. As much as we all complain that Indy is boring, there’s really a lot to do around here if


Service Review: Vinyl Me, Please

Shortly after I posted about my foray into the world of vinyl, I was referred to a service called Vinyl Me, Please. Vinyl Me, Please is a “surprise a month” service for record collectors. You pay $23 ($27 after shipping, at least to Indianapolis) and they send you a record. In addition


Service Review: TeeSpring

Claire and I have been working on finding ways to start getting Pure Geekery to at least pay for itself. We’re running ads, have opened an Amazon store, and a Spreadshirt shop. But our first try was to use a service called TeeSpring to fundraise for our upcoming Fandom Fest trip. Why


Service Review: CPR Cell Phone Repair Review – Carmel

Disclaimer: I after I broke my iPhone I went to CPR to get it fixed. I didn’t mention writing a review, or get any kind of discount. I just looked them up when I drove by one day. As much as I loved my Android phone as a pocket computer, the lack