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Honest disclosure

Honest disclosure

At the core of our business lies a beating heart of transparency. For us it's a guiding principle. We believe that you deserve to know exactly what you're getting before you make a purchase decision. We'd like that level of transparency too, when we’re shopping online or in the real world.

We’d never do anything that we wouldn’t want on ourselves. So, we’re here to provide that clarity which will assist you in making an informed and confident decision.

And if that means we're parting ways here, so be it. We believe in doing right by our customers above all else. Your trust means the world to us, and we're dedicated to ensuring that your experience with us is nothing short of exceptional in every step of the way, before sales and after.

Limitations in our resume template products

  • The Pages and Google Doc files could be slightly different from Word in terms of gradient colors, or how deep the shadow feels. Cross platform compatibility with 100% technical accuracy is never possible. There could be very minor variations in Pages and Google Doc, too subtle to be noticed by untrained eyes, someone who isn’t from design discipline. But the mockups are 100% actual representation of the template files from MS Word.
  • You need to be aware of Google Doc’s inherent limitations, particularly if you’re sending your resume to job boards, instead of directly to email addresses. Google Doc resumes don’t allow character spacing. For example, “W O R K   E X P E R I E N C E” there is no character spacing here, it is achieved with the space button on your keyboard. But this too looks the same "WORK EXPERIENCE", but the effect is achieved with character spacing. If you copy these two all-cap texts into a notepad, you will see what’s happening underneath. It’s important because, the first one will be treated as a spelling mistake by the ATS.

We understand, this might cause you to get upset, so we are informing you beforehand, before your purchase decision. We hereby, asking you to strip the character spacing effect from google doc, if you’re planning to send your job application to a job board. On Word and Pages however, everything is hunky dory!

  • The printed version resume won’t look as good as it does on screen. Your screen has millions of luminous pixels while them papers is broke as a penny on the pixel department. Also, budget printers get pretty cranky, if you scream at them to print on the bleed area (borderless printing), they will simply flat out reject your request. To be fairly honest, the hiring decision happens on the screen, taking printed resumes at interviews is only a formality.
  • Changing margins on the resume template will raise an absolute abomination. The entire document will now appear to be possessed and you might as well be ready to perform an exorcism. So, you’re fairly warned. You’ll have to spend long hours trying to untangle the mess that you’ve created as you dared the step into the wild ride of creativity.
  • If you don’t use the minimum recommended version of Word Processor. The resume templates won’t work. If you’re trying to use these templates on applications other than what is mentioned as a prerequisite for the product usage, it simply won’t work. Using OpenOffice, or cloud version of Word aka Microsoft 365 or using Pages on iPhone will not work.



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