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Toby K.

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Experience: Clothing & Fashion, Shopping, Baby & Kids

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7 Reviews by Toby

Due to the biased opinion above, this review should be deleted. Review should be deleted. DELETE THE ONE STAR REVIEW AND GET SOMEONE WHO ISNT A STAUNCH REPUBLICAN TO REVIEW THE GROUP,
2 years ago I went to Burlington near me and did a lot of looking around. I saw a mix of poor to better quality throughout. To me it's like a kohls or a Target, but there are some nicer brand name items. Example: I needed winter boots and did find and purchase a pair of baretraps that I still wear. I think if you can find a store you can visit, that's your best bet
I bought 2 tops online from Nordstrom Rack. Nordstrom itself has beautiful clothing and shoes, I never thought the rack would be any less, maybe older merchandise. I was warned that the tops might bleed and to wash in cold which I did on delicate. Dont know what went on the washer but they seemed ok when I removed them. Then I noticed a white bra worn with the light gray top, was now gray all over and I chalked it up to the art studio where I volunteer. I thought I must have been sweating a lot which was possible in a hot kiln room. Yesterday I hand washed the same gray top in cold water, rinsing it thru my hands and the water turned dark gray. The second rinse was much the same color so I air dried it and noticed this morning, white patches in the thin gray material, where there had been color. The brand purchased is Susina. Tried to find out who mfg. Is with no luck and no luck with country of origin either. I've also noticed that Sitejabber is on top of the rack and it's the first time I've ever seen the number of poor reviews close to matching the OK reviews. I'm going to try to return this and get my money back. Wish me luck
I bought a Radley London trifold wallet from zulily on sept. 21. A plum leather wallet with a triangle on front and entire back in gold. I noticed that the gold was slowly dismissing off the back of the wallet and kept trying to think what I might have done to cause that but could not. I didn't drop it and it wasn't in a purse or tote to be scratched by anything because I don't carry either. When I come home from shopping, my wallet goes immediately in a padded drawer. Last week I was headed to the store and stuck a post-it note with a short list on the back of the wallet. All the gold is now adhered Across the sticky top of the post it note. I sent a picture along with a request to return payment which they agreed to this one time only, their email says, and, next time I must return within 30 days. My granddaughter always had good luck buying prom dresses from zulily but it appears that not everything they sell is up to snuff and I learned from reviews that they also carry a lot of foreign items from our favorite country, yep China! So they responded quickly to both emails and the picture, and you may have a good experience there or you may not.
Sept. Of 2019 began looking for a new rug at a doable price. Had bought from erugs.com before, but their prices were a little too high this time around so I checked out rubgs.com which had a lovely selection and price, at least the picture was gorgeous. I checked the rug out on 3 different sites and the picture was the same, thick gorgeous 2-1/2" high pile infinity shag, but no reviews on any of the sites. I assumed it was a newer item from Turkey and after checking out hundreds of area rugs over 5 sites, went back to rugs.com with every confidence that I'd done my homework. This website had beautiful rugs and many, many 4 & 5 star reviews. The rug I got weighed no more than 25 lbs., I'm a 76 yr old female and I carried it down 9 steps to my apt., opened it up and honestly did not know what I was looking at. Looked nothing like the picture, was laying down in every direction and looked like straggly, sparse witches hair. I knelt down and could see each individual fiber, where it was looped and the entire carpet backing. When I stepped on it, it was like walking on the floor because there wasn't enough carpet to give it any cushion. Maybe the machine ran out of carpet or maybe they are all like this I don't know. What I do know is this: cust. Serv. Is easy, they responded to my email in 3 minutes, explained that it's hard to know If there is anything wrong with an item, whether it's a chair or a rug, as everything comes wrapped direct from the supplier, apologized In earnest, immediately emailed printable return labels and directions how to wrap for shipping and offered me fedex for $5.00 and returned payment the day they rec'd the rug and emailed me that info. They did say this rug was a new item which explains why there were no reviews. I'm just saying, what we all know, you can't count on the pictures. Was it just a bad apple?

In fairness to rugs.com, they have good standing as an etailer, and outstanding customer service. I might Give them a 2nd chance if I saw something wonderful. Has anyone else dealt with this company?
I called to see what it was all about in the spring and could not get a word in edgewise. The agents are taught to ignore what you want and hard sell you. Actually they strong arm you. They repeat the same things over and over again and talk loud and fast and if you ask a question, it's the same thing all over again along with a lot of rude comments and if you want to ask a family member, they tell you you won't be able to get the same deal. They start out with high monthly fees and 3 times I explained I couldn't afford what they wanted, so they put me on hold and acted like they were getting the OK to lower the fee and they're like Bulldogs, they don't let go and they don't let you breathe. They insinuated I must be stupid to pass up a deal like they were offering if I had to ask my son in law. I realized after approx. 20 min. On the phone that this was really bad, that I wasn't giving them any financial info and that I wanted off the call. I finally hung up! To be honest the whole thing was a little scary. When I went to the BBB in St. Louis MO and placed a complaint, I learned that contrary to what they told me, they have no BBB accreditation and over several hundred complaints from people who bought into this scam company. People who couldn't get the service paid for and ended up having to pay for it themselves, people who couldn't get their cars back, ending up stranded and were approached by repair people who told them that carshield called them and tried to talk them into using used parts. When the repair people refused, carshield cancelled the persons policy and the car owners were stuck for the money and the car. This is a dangerous bogus company, and yet they are still in business, still advertising via TV, agency's are aware and we can't shut them down either. If you speak to these folks, get off the phone as soon as possible and don't give them any information. If you have had a run in and have given them information, call the bank immediately because whether you have a policy or not, I learned from a number of reviews, they will begin taking your money until you realize it for as long as they can until you close your card. Carshield knows about my reviews of them and I will continue to review them every chance I get.
• Updated review
I promised pictures if I ever received my pkg. Well today I did, take a look at what I ordered in pic 1 and what was sent. I'm taking it to goodwill.
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• Previous review
On behalf of myself and everyone else this company has rear-ended, I have filed a formal complaint with the federal trade commission against them. I never order from a company unless thoroughly researched and I got sucked into the beautiful clothing in a pop up. Worse, when I googled about the company this morning after noticing the Chinese letters with my order number, and realized I had stepped into a scammers delight, I knew I would never see my money again, I happened to luck into a site that posted all the reviews and they were bad! No way to talk to anyone, no response to how to return an item, items going to other states and when they were received, we're not at all like the items posted on the site. Can hardly wait for mine if I ever get it. They use the cheapest thinnest cloth, plastic and rubber to make absolute crap. I was concerned and called the bank to see if there had been any activity, to find out this Chinese outfit had made 4 attempts to enter my account now that they have all the info. Annie cloth is a scam, do not give them your information and don't open their email. If I receive my item, I will take pic of it and of what I thought I was getting and send it. I hope this info helps someone else.
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