They are reputable in the Chinese way of E commerce. That is, you statistically will have more successful transactions of low value items than high value. This comes about by the fact that there is effectively no warranty available, despite their claims, I have had cause to test their DOA warranty on four occasions in 470 orders. That's not to say around 1% failure, it's more that the low value of most of the other failures made claiming worthless. Of the four higher value items (over $100) I had no success in claiming warranty at all. In fact, the best I could do was pay for repairs locally, at less than the replacement cost but only on one of the four. The worst part about the warranty issue is the process. You send emails, wait days for responses, then get asked for photo's with shipping labels, damage etc, then you need to create video's and make a you tube link for them to assess, and all for nothing. The line of communication then goes dead after weeks of protracted waiting. Another thing regarding reputation, is the review system, Bsically, they filter out all bad reviews, of the 470 I provided, only the five star commendations ever got published, so they hide their junk products from the unwary buyer, which is pretty sneaky.There are certainly better resellers out there, I suspect Banggood, having quickly exploded into a mega corporation, with their size and market share domination, has made them even less concerned about the individual, as was my experience and I no longer buy from them, after the increasing number of problems crossed the line of 'bearable'.
Jack Pack upvoted Avery Tompkins' answer to Does Anthropologie do anything to give back to the community? — 4 weeks ago
Yes. Anthropologie is very active, dedicated and committed to giving back. https://www.anthropologie.com/help/communityHosting frequent events is common way that Anthropologie enlivens and interacts with the local community. These store events are popular in North America: https://www.anthropologie.com/help/store-eventsAnd include anything from styling parties, warm-weather workshops, pop-up markets, fashion shows, registry parties and yoga classes. The notifications for these events are typically sent or announced through e-mail as given when signing up to Anthropologie’s AnthroPerks program. Through a different initiative, Philanthropie, Anthropologie hosts charitable events by partnering with likeminded nonprofits also interested in promoting the spirit of art.
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