PRLog (Press Release)
- Nov. 3, 2011 -
Each and every winter online retailers launch their Christmas returns policy which enables their customers to shop their seasonal ranges or collections and return them after Christmas. This usually overrides their usual policy of 10, 14 or 28 days and is extended after the 25th of December to allow people time to return unwanted gifts or in the clothing industry clothing that doesn’t fit, or is the wrong colour or designer name. Mainline Menswear have launched theirs in November for the past five years and this year is no different. Allowing customers to return gifts for a timed period after Christmas is seen as a great goodwill gesture and really enhances the reputation and trust of a website who basically allow returns from 54 days worth of orders in a 14 day period after Christmas day. This also gives customers who maybe don’t have to work over the Christmas period chance to get to their local post office and get their clothes, footwear and accessories back to the designer websites dispatch warehouse.
Within the finer small print you can basically return any Christmas gifts ordered from the 1st of November 2011 until the 24th of December 2011 for up to 14 days after Christmas giving people until Saturday the 7th of January 2012 to gain a refund or exchange. The item must obviously be in its original packaging, still have all of the correct barcodes, labels and tags attached and must be unworn.
The expert QC team at Mainline Menswear will pick up on any returns breaking these rules, so by sticking to their small print you’ll have absolutely no trouble returning any Christmas gifts. So you can now shop any of the 8,000 strong product range and safely return any errors, so what are you waiting for?
Remember: Mainline Menswear are Trend Setters...Not Followers!!!
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Mainline Menswear is an independent designer menswear company and are authorised stockists of over 100 of the biggest designer brands in the world. Our product range is well over 8000 individual items and will only grow in 2012. Establised for six years.