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ADAMS - BUY ONE GET ONE HALF PRICE ON EVERYTHING PLUS FREE DELIVERY FOR £10 SPEND

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Just had an email from Adams stating they have the above offer on for a limited period. Discounts are applied automatically when you go to checkout. This is my first post so don't know how to do l…
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Just had an email from Adams stating they have the above offer on for a limited period. Discounts are applied automatically when you go to checkout.

This is my first post so don't know how to do links. Sorry!

I'm sure someone will come along with more knowledge than me soon!
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#1
Just put £30 in my basket and with discounts came to just short of £22!
#2
I thougtht adams had gone bust? our local one closed down last week
#3
souljacker;4066554
I thougtht adams had gone bust? our local one closed down last week


That's what I thought.
#4
the administrators are trying to get rid of the stock to re-coup as much money back as poss!x
#5
So what if they have gone bust? I've just got the next size up in schoolwear for a fraction of the price.
#6
sarahlou1uk
So what if they have gone bust? I've just got the next size up in schoolwear for a fraction of the price.


Yeah it is a shame my mum lost her job isn't it?! Lets hope you are not next!
#7
sarahlou1uk
So what if they have gone bust? I've just got the next size up in schoolwear for a fraction of the price.


The fact they have gone bust would make me thin k twice about buying things online from them, you might not see your money or goods again :thumbsup:
#8
Our local store went overnight aswell which was annoying as I had only had one of their £5 cardholder vouchers through the post a week before!!!
Website says trading as normal but they are no longer accepting duet cards as a method of payment. Got my son 4 pairs of school trousers in the next size up for £12 delivered ao I was pleased with that!
#9
they arnet all going bust. they shut down a few last year and are shutting down more andplugging more moeny into the ones that are staying open.

i am confident buying here.

thanks OP!
#10
As some posters state the company is in administration.

This means that whilst the company can continue to trade. Excuse my cutting and pasting but, this brief explanation sums it up pretty well.

Administration
The role of an administrator is to get the company out of trouble and trading again if possible.

Administrators can be appointed to a company that is unable, or is likely to become unable, to pay its debts. They can be appointed by any of the following:

the courts - on application from a creditor, directors or partners
the holder of a qualifying floating charge over the assets of the business
the company or its directors
An administrator's primary goal is to rescue the company as a going concern. If this isn't possible, the administrator will try to get a better result for the creditors than would be possible if the company was wound up.

If neither of these is possible, the administrator will sell the company's property to make at least a partial payment to one or more secured or preferential creditors, such as employees or the bank.


In this instance the adminstrator is

1. Continuing trading in certain parts of the business.
2. Attempt to sell the business.
3. Close quickly those bits of the business which are losing money and where they can see no immediate signs of recovery. Inevitably this means job losses:|

To be honest I would be much happier trading with a company that is in administration than one which was still trading and run by a bunch of cowboys. Remember the administrator once appointed has control over all aspects of the company. Nothing will move without their say so every (and I mean every) outgoing or request has to be approved by these folk.

Paying with your credit card should give you piece of mind so I don't accept the doubters who think you will lose money by pruchasing goods from this company.

All you have to aware of is that it might not be around if the item is faulty and you need to take it back;-)
#11
Our local store closed up overnight with all stock still within the store.
Think I would be wary of buying anything, although your credit card company should protect you - although can take a while to get your money back if the worst was to happen.
#12
Got this email last night, put a few things in my basket and thought better of it!!! Having just had a Blooming Marvellous experience whereby I paid for £8 to return £100 of ill-fitting clothes for a refund, and them convieniently disappearing over christmas before my refund was issued, there is no way I am going to risk paying Adams money when they will probably disappear too.
#13
pluves1
As some posters state the company is in administration.

This means that whilst the company can continue to trade. Excuse my cutting and pasting but, this brief explanation sums it up pretty well.

Administration
The role of an administrator is to get the company out of trouble and trading again if possible.

Administrators can be appointed to a company that is unable, or is likely to become unable, to pay its debts. They can be appointed by any of the following:

the courts - on application from a creditor, directors or partners
the holder of a qualifying floating charge over the assets of the business
the company or its directors
An administrator's primary goal is to rescue the company as a going concern. If this isn't possible, the administrator will try to get a better result for the creditors than would be possible if the company was wound up.

If neither of these is possible, the administrator will sell the company's property to make at least a partial payment to one or more secured or preferential creditors, such as employees or the bank.


In this instance the adminstrator is

1. Continuing trading in certain parts of the business.
2. Attempt to sell the business.
3. Close quickly those bits of the business which are losing money and where they can see no immediate signs of recovery. Inevitably this means job losses:|

To be honest I would be much happier trading with a company that is in administration than one which was still trading and run by a bunch of cowboys. Remember the administrator once appointed has control over all aspects of the company. Nothing will move without their say so every (and I mean every) outgoing or request has to be approved by these folk.

Paying with your credit card should give you piece of mind so I don't accept the doubters who think you will lose money by pruchasing goods from this company.

All you have to aware of is that it might not be around if the item is faulty and you need to take it back;-)

That's why I only bought what I knew would be right and just spent £12!
#14
Some of the school stuff has now gone down again and is still buy one get one half price.
#15
i ordered on thursday and it arrived today!! i ordered a cute little hoodie and an upsy daisy top all for £10.79 delivered..bargain.
#16
prices are reduced further now!!! i got my order all brilliant!!!
Just reordered 12 polos and 4 pants from schoolwear just over £13 total-well worth it!

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