100 Special Request Circa Compact Web Refills
Given to me by a tech-smart daughter. A great weapon to keep your passwords at hand while totally secure. Think it is the best solution to the problem. Levenger should bring it back and promote it. There is no perfect solution to password availability / protection problem, but this is a solid approach.
June 7, 2013
Something Eminently Useful
I use these pages at home to keep track of my personal accounts on websites and I use them at work to for the same thing: websites, usenames, passwords, account numbers, and contact information for our vendors. One book everyone in our department can access. It's tossed around quite a bit, which brings me to my one criticism. The pages are of decent stock, but they are thinner than I would like. Writing from one side bleeds to the other - especially with a fountain pen. I wish they were a bit heavier.
February 15, 2013
Nice, but a bit too small
This is just what I was looking for except....these are too short in width. Website ULRs are often too long and I have to wrap them around to the next line. Same with user names which are often e-mail addresses. Please, Please, Please add another inch. Make this a junior -sized item.
No need for perforations, I just cut them apart.
Thicker paper would help with longevity and also to reduce bleedthrough to the back which has made the notes section useless.
Also, I would like a black or grayscale line about 1/8th inch thick to separate each of the entries. (I have the circa address book and I use markers to put a line across the tops to help separate the entries.)
I also use these anytime I have a member number, like credit cards, insurance numbers, etc.
August 23, 2012
Web info sheets
I am so glad that you brought back the Web Site Info sheets but I wish that the sheets were perforated. That way we would have the choice if we wanted to keep the three sheets together or divide the cards. Please consider bringing back the perforations.
May 8, 2012
Filling the void!
As usual, Levenger came up with a product that's needed by everyone. I'm so glad the refills are back -- who knew we'd need so many pages for Web passwords? But indeed, every Web site is different re: its requirements for usernames and passwords, so your "usual" ones don't work everywhere. It looks like I might need larger discs, too, to hold all my pages! Thanks again, Levenger!
November 16, 2011
computer password info
I am really happy that Levenger brought back this product. However, the original ones that I purchased had perforations between sections which helped me keep the cards in alphabetical order. The ones that are offered now do not have the perforations. I wish that Levenger would reinstate the original perforations on the web info materials.
October 15, 2011
My husband bought this for me because I kept loosing my web addresses, this is thee most helpful and keeps everything compact and organized. Cannot say how helpful it. I'm getting one for him
September 19, 2011
Must have product
This is the BEST product I have ever used. I use it daily to access my on-line accounts and favorite sites. I don't like to use the same passwords, etc. for each site; therefore, memorizing various passwords is impossible. Everything is handy and at my fingertips. No more forgetting user names and passwords. A MUST HAVE! Thank you for such an amazing organizer....it's small but mighty!
September 19, 2011
Like others I was disappointed when told this item had been discontinued. Imagine my joy to find out you have reinstated it. this item is a life saver especially for those websites that I visit infrequently. I'm ordering 2 sets
September 6, 2011
A few years ago I was non-plused to find that these refills had been discontinued. When I couldn't find the refills on line in the catalog, I called and was told there would be no more. I couldn't believe that such a useful tool had been eliminated from your product line. I had to resort to making a long, disorganized list of sites and URLs. Awful! I can now organize fastidiously once again. Thanks for hearing us.
July 27, 2011