WOOLWORTHS – POOR CLOTHING QUALITY!! (3 returns in 2 months)
Late December 2011 I bought two pairs of slacks as a part of my uniform for work, they cost R350.00 per pair. I immediately had to re-sew the hems. A week later a button fell off. A month later I had to return the one pair I had worn about 7 times as all the material had started to fray and was completely see-through, plus the seams had come undone. I returned both pairs of pants and was reimbursed.
I took that money and bought a top as I couldnt find pants suitable for work as all the winter stock has been placed on the floors, despite the fact that we are experiencing searing heat in most parts of S.A. I wore the top twice, and the knit started unravelling. The sales lady who reimbursed me for this item R 180.00 put her finger right through the garment. So if I hadnt already learnt I took that money and bought two sleevless tops to be worn with my uniform. This purchase was made yesterday 26 Feb 2012. I have the one top on today.
The garment hasnt even gone into the wash yet, the lace bit at the bottom of the garment has come away from the main part of the top completely. It is rather embarrasing to be walking around work like this. It is ironic that I spent about three months motivating to my work place that they are better off adding Woolworths to their list of preferred suppliers so that we could purchase uniforms from your company rather then buying items form DBN companies. Our business is not heavy duty; mostly office based, requiring staff to be comfortable as well as look professional. My recent experience with Woolworths very poor qualitfy clothing proves otherwise.
The inconvenience of having to make a double trips for each item bought especially if you live out of town is absolutely unacceptable! I remember a time when one bought an item from Woolworths knowing that you were paying a little more but were assured of keeping the garment for years. I have items that are 15 years old and still look brilliant!
I can assure you my company will not be dealing with Woolworths in the future. I personally will not put foot in your store to buy clothing again. Oh and on that note, it is attrocious that you allow women to try on undergarments (panties) in your store and then sell them to unsuspecting clients!! This is aparently against policy for all other stores. Pick n Pay wont even let you exchange a costume top!
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