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Good website for sending e-cards from w/o worry of spyware

Can anyone recommend a good website to use to send holiday e-cards through without having to worry about the website adding spyware and such to my computer?


Big Steve
Biloxi, Mississippi
11/27/07

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So far I never had problems with.....

Hallmark FREE ecards:

http://www.hallmark.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/category1|10001|10051|147551|147551|ecards|unEcardandMore|E-Cards%20&%20Photo%20Cards?lid=unEcardandMore


Or...

JacquieLawson

http://www.jacquielawson.com/

but is NOT free:

Of course, an e-card service of this kind cannot be operated free of charge and to cover the enormous costs of servers and suchlike. Jacquie's entire collection of e-cards is available for a modest yearly membership fee. A one-year subscription allows you to send as many greetings as you like. This reflects a deliberate policy of trying to keep prices low in order to allow as many people as possible to enjoy Jacquie's beautifully prepared online greeting cards.

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Re: So far I never had problems with.....

Thanks for the info.


Big Steve
Biloxi, Mississippi
11/28/07

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Jacquie Lawson cards

are wonderful. It only costs $10.00 a year. Everyone is animated with music. I've been using this for about 3 years now. Really beautiful...Maggie

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Hallmark

Hallmark has the best quality cards. I use them all the time.

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Re: Hallmark

Thank you very much.


Big Steve
Biloxi, Mississippi
12/01/07

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Birthday Alarm

I have been using Birthday Alarm. They offer several different categories besides birthdays. I like the fact that they email me reminders before someone's birthday. It is not free. I can't remember how much it is but it is reasonable. Haven't had any trouble with spyware with this site.

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Re: Birthday Alarm

Thank you very much.


Big Steve
Biloxi, Mississippi
12/01/07

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Good Web site for sending e-cards

Steve,
If you have Yahoo! email (it's free), you're all set. Yahoo! uses American Greetings, and it's only $13.99/year. I got the first 30 days free. There are 100s from which to choose - some postcards but most are animated. None are outrageously disgusting, perhaps a slight leaning in an untoward direction. I can assure you, many are guaranteed to evoke a good belly laugh. And, there are the sweet, gentle, thoughtful cards. If Yahoo! isn't a trustworthy site, I don't know what else would be.

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Re: Good Web site for sending e-cards.

Thank you hikergirl for the post. I have Yahoo free email so I'll have to check it out. I like winter snow scenes with animation; something like Thomas Kincaide's scenes; the "Painter of Light" but I am more concerned about my computer being hit with a potential security threat than I am in finding the right site to send some nice holiday e-cards out.


Big Steve
Biloxi, Mississippi
12/03/07

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Amazon.com

Amazon.com has free e-cards you can use. I've never had any problems.

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Ojolie.com is a good Jacquie Lawson alternative ecard site

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