4. EXCLUSIVE USE OF FLIFFR
4.1 For clients acquired through EagleDial, Provider agrees to exclusively use EagleDial and the Platform for live services. When providing live services, Provider agrees to solely use EagleDial. Provider may not use EagleDial with the objective of recruiting new clients for physical or telephone meetings.
Who/What is 'FLIFFR'?
Why do I need to use your services exclusively? :|
Are there any plans to 'whitelabel' or offer a method of integration aside from requiring buyer to visit your site?
The company I work for charges a 6% "service fee" to run credit cards for me and that's at the high end of reasonable. Though they also will cancel your contract if you use something like square but I think that's mostly for the customers' benefit so they don't have to worry about dodgy charges and not because they really want the 6%.
All in all they usually get a lot more than 20% of my gross income (unless I have a really good day) but they provide almost everything I need to do my job.
You're business has to be centered around charging for calls in order for EagleDial to make sense. But for those use cases we believe we provide a lot of value.
edit: I'd be happy to hear more about what you do, and how we can improve EagleDial. Please send me an email on email@example.com if you're interested in talking more.
I dont see what kind of "premium numbers" are available. Why would someone pay to talk to me?
would the caller have to register and provide CC number?
Is this call-back model which was used few years back on some website where some voice companies would offer call-back option from website (I think it used java that time) and it would cost per minute.
I haven’t tried circumventing the client-side restrictions on which characters are allowed at all, but the content shown at pages like https://eagledial.com/robots.txt makes me wonder. I don’t imagine it lets me put just anything into the page, so it’s probably not an attack vector (e.g. being able to register .well-known/acme-challenge things and get a TLS certificate for the domain, or convincing Google that you own the site via a site verification page at /google*.html), but something to think about and be careful of.
All of your “Follow Us” links have an empty href.
m.example.com looks like a mobile URL for main site
Also, clicking 'next step' doesn't seem to work for me. Good luck!
Edit: Next step works now