Australian mummy blogger Constance Hall commented on her & # 39; struggling business & # 39; and launched an urgent flash sale on her clothing sales – after she had written a report about her money problems earlier this week.
The 36-year-old from Perth, Western Australia, caused a & # 39; frenzy & # 39; of media attention when she said she & # 39; went bankrupt overnight & & # 39; overnight & cried over her finances.
& # 39; Yes, the company has gone to great lengths and to be completely honest, because I have made my products too cheap, this goes back to my need for everyone to & # 39; to be loved. It seemed sustainable and it wasn't in the long run, & she said.
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Australian mummy blogger Constance Hall has commented on her & # 39; struggling business & # 39; and launched an urgent flash sale on her clothing sales – after she had written a report about her money problems earlier this week
She wondered if she should fold the business or sell their house and start renting. Hal said she had a revelation on Wednesday morning.
& # 39; I asked my business partner how much I owe today. We crashed some numbers and I realized that I can fix this. I recovered from more than this, & she said.
& # 39; I need something huge. So the "I am not yet fake" sale comes together. And it starts in 45 minutes. It is a double sale with double value. & # 39;
In order to get an inflow of money quickly, Hall decided to take a 20 percent discount on the selling price of all its shares and to throw & # 39; in a free book & # 39; written by her for each order
To quickly get an influx of money, Hall has decided to purchase 20 percent of the retail price of all its shares and for each order & # 39; written in a free book & # 39 ;, written by her.
& # 39; The value in this sale is huge. The clothing is already cheap, the customers are all repeat customers, & she said.
& # 39; And I know you what? Queens are not defeated in bed. They stand up. They determine their lives. I am resilient, I have built this out of nothing and it will not go down without a fight. & # 39;
Say they have & # 39; a number in the main & # 39; has that she must reach to her & # 39; a ** e and the business & # 39; hall, urged people to visit her website today.
& # 39; So if you don't need anything new or can pay for anything, just share the sale to make it known, it's only 24 hours, Queen the Label will never be available again at these prices & # 39 ;, she said . .
Constance Hall (photo) spoke frankly about her financial problems after a fan claimed that she could not pay the monthly subscription fee of the Mummy blogger of $ 7.50.
Earlier, Hall spoke frankly about her financial problems after a fan claimed she could not pay the monthly subscription fees of the mummy blogger on Facebook.
The blogger said a fan invited her to tell her that she was & # 39; bullied and excluded & # 39; felt that she could not pay the & # 39; extra content & # 39; costs of Hall.
Hall claimed the would-be member said: & # 39; it's not fair & # 39; that she would miss content due to subscription fees and claimed that the money had gone to Hall & # 39; s head.
Hall said she didn't have to justify herself, but wanted to share her reaction and & # 39; pretty honest & # 39; wanted to be because her & # 39; ethics are constantly being challenged & # 39 ;.
The blogger said that while people never question entrepreneurs like Sam Wood, Mia Freedman and Michelle Bridges, she is struggling and about to go bankrupt.
& # 39; You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about with regard to my finances, I make my donations, I try to support my family and I lie awake in bed because I cannot pay my electricity bill, & # 39; Hall wrote.
Hall (photo) said that her children went without and she told them that they are better people
She claimed that she had applied for a new loan to pay more bills and could not even pay for therapy to help her cope with her financial distress.
Hall claimed that people were constantly relying on her to come up with crazy new ideas to make more money and put food on the table and her husband works for free.
& # 39; My children have gone without a fuss and I have told them that they will become better people … It is not, it is because we have nothing at the moment, & # 39; she said.
Hall even claimed that her financial problems are so bad that she is even on & # 39; bankruptcy & # 39; has googled in the hope that it will offer her a solution.
The mummy blogger said when she was originally approached by Facebook to add compensation for additional content, she thought it was a great idea.
But with added content, more work comes, and according to Hall, this has doubled the cost of its administration costs – in addition to paying experts for their interviews.
Hall (right) said people are constantly relying on her to come up with a crazy new idea to make more money and put food on the table, and her husband (left) works for free
According to Hall's Facebook page, the $ 7.49 price gives subscribers access to an exclusive group called Queen the Village, where & # 39; like-minded women can share intimate details about love and loss without being judged & # 39 ;.
Subscribers also receive a supporters badge, a 15 percent discount at Like A Queen Shop and Queen the Label, additional images behind the scenes and interactive questions and answers.
Hall wrote: & # 39; Done as if I don't know what it's like to be broken and to say that the money went to my head is so extremely untrue. & # 39;
The long post received thousands of responses on social media, with many loyal supporters going from Hall to Facebook to defend her.
& # 39; I am so sorry that you will still experience this bull seriously, the $ 7.50 per month is not expensive, & # 39; wrote a person.
& # 39; All you've ever done is to empower women for the good of the good. To hear that you have been called a bully is absolutely outrageous, & another person said.
A third person added: & # 39; & # 39; I find it disgusting that people feel the need to give you a hard time to start something great and just get (not enough) paid for it. & # 39;
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