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Constant Contact

Waltham, MA

(855) 783-2308

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1601 Trapelo Rd Waltham, MA, 02451
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  • Alyssa Lowe 86 days ago

    I was signed up with a $10 a month promotion and $25 a month nonprofit rate after that. Constant Contact did not honor the promotion and charged me $45 a month.

  • Larry Nelson Sr 295 days ago

    They kindly allow us to use their facilities for our organizations monthly meeting. They do not charge for this and there is no blatant advertising. We have invited them to present at one of our meetings about the service they provide and they provided a great speaker to talk about social media and email campaigns to boost our businesses.

  • Jeff Patrick 402 days ago

    1) You can't cancel your account online. I called to cancel my personal account, and they said I couldn't, because their account cancellation dept was gone for the day. I said I'm a very busy business professional, I'm hard to reach by phone, and don't have time to play phone tag. They didn't care at all. I'm changing our corporate accounts to another email marketing company, and will encourage fellow industry colleagues, many that they are, to do the same. Awful customer service.

  • Helen Lemoine 718 days ago

    This is the best program by far for our nonprofit organization. The rates are affordable, the options are plentiful and the support team is always helpful and available. We have been using Constant Contact successfully for many years for our newsletters and all our communications. I highly recommend Constant Contact to all my professional colleagues.

  • Terry Traub 807 days ago

    I attended a meeting of the Boston Entrepreneurs Network in the Constant Contact meeting room. The building is easy to get to, at the intersection of Route 2 and I-95, on the northwest side. There was plenty of parking in the evening. People entered the main entrance by climbing two flights of steps. There is also a parking garage underneath, and presumably there's a place for handicap entry as well. The lobby is impressive. Open, full of start-up rentals, computer and game kiosks, and snack bars stocked with food, drink coolers, and Flavia coffee machines. The conference room at Constant Contact is spacious and the chairs. The tables, long curved conference desks actually, have wheels and the whole room looks as though it's configurable for different types of events. There is a wireless network available for guests, the password posted prominently along the walls. The one flaw in the room is a giant pillar near the front that makes it difficult to see all the panelists if you sit on the left hand side of the room. A great place for a meeting, and thanks to Constant Contact for generously hosting these sessions.

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