Report: #1486852

Complaint Review: dearsnowdrop.com - Internet

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  • Reported By: Ann — Austin United States
  • dearsnowdrop.com Internet United States

dearsnowdrop.com sent wrong size pants with see through material Internet

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I was sent pants that I ordered, they are so tiny, not near the size i ordered.  Also the material is completely see through. I sent an email and they sent a reply pretty much saying they were sorry i felt this way but they take pride in their products.  The return policy is, "no returns",  I should have known better.

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AUTHOR: Ann - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, October 25, 2019

 I received a reply from the company and they told me I need to send them a picture of me wearing the (see through) pants to prove that they are too small.

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