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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
If you don’t find the answer to your question here, please e-mail us.

Question: What is Ribbnz?

is a simple, free web site built for one purpose: to build and share wish lists with your friends and family.

Question: What do you mean by "Safe"?

We’ve implemented controls to protect your wish list and personal information.  Sharing your list means you need to grant others permission to see it.  No one can see your information without your explicitly granting permission to do so.

Likewise, we protect your personal information (what little of it we collect) through encryption and proven security techniques.

Question: Is Ribbnz Free?

Yes.  Now and always.

Question: How do you make money, then?

I have a day job building custom web sites for small and medium-sized businesses.

In the interest of full disclosure, I do have affiliate accounts with Amazon and iTunes, so if you buy an item on one of those sites from this site, I’ll get a tiny fraction of the transaction.  To date, this has netted me literally dozens of dollars, but it does help pay for bandwidth.

Question: What do you do with my information?

Nothing.  I’m not a spammer (I hate spam as much as you do).  Your information is yours and yours alone.  And frankly, I have better things to do with my time than to try and decrypt your list.  My guess is that there are some CDs, clothes, and video games on it.  Or, if you’re my Dad, some socks.  Really.  No joke.

Question: I notice you don’t use SSL (the padlock thingy)? Is my info safe?

 Yes.  SSL would be necessary if I were collecting credit card or sensitive info, but I’m not.  I collect only the minimal amount of information necessary to build, protect, and share your list.

Question: I found a bug. How do I let you know?

First of all, thank you.  

The easiest way to let me know about a problem on the site is the bug reporting tool:

Report a Bug

Question: Do you provide tech support?

You get what you pay for.  So, no, not really.

However, if you have a problem, I would certainly like to know about it.  The best way to let me know about a problem is to report a bug or contact me by email.

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