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Carley Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
My hubs had to pay a deposit to order his Tag watch with Goldsmiths, i guess it stops timewasting. Like someone wanting to try on a watch then ordering it online to save money.
#2
if goldsmiths have the watch in stock u can try it on, but if they have to order it in from the supplier then they want a deposit to be sure u aint wasting their time
#3
Carley
But a different goldsmiths store just told me on the phone they will get it in stock in under 2 weeks for me and i don't have to pay any deposit! i don't understand how 3 goldsmiths stores can have different policies, surely there is a standard company procedure they must follow?

Most other jewellers have a selection of watches in stock, ready for the buyer to browse, select and purchase on the day.



Bad staff training maybe :? i know the one we went to there was one lady who didn't have a clue :roll: Or maybe they were just lazy and couldn't be bothered :p
banned#4
Why use goldsmiths?
#5
JonnyTwoToes
Why use goldsmiths?


because he said this!

I have to buy it from Goldsmiths as i got Tesco vouchers to use
suspended#6
JonnyTwoToes
Why use goldsmiths?


(and before anyone says shop somewhere else... I have to buy it from Goldsmiths as i got Tesco vouchers to use)

:santa:
banned#7
Sorry - didn't read that.
banned#8
Are you going to buy the watch anyway? If so, whats the issue with the deposit?

I'd want a deposit if I was Goldsmiths
banned#9
Carley
my sense of humour sorry :oops: (joking that they will soon be in receivership)
it's not so much the issue of the deposit, it's the waiting time i'm confused with.

it's my first purchase with them and so far i'm not very impressed.


but your're using Tesco vouchers .......beggars can't be choosers:p
banned#10
just checked on clubcard small print pdf for goldsmiths and you cannot use vouchers at any outlet stores, so you have no choice but to drive 50 miles!
banned#11
Carley
thanks :thumbsup: (i'll be taking the train)


good luck
#12
Carley
thanks :thumbsup: (i'll be taking the train)


i hope this watch is worth it :w00t:
banned#13
leilahfun
i hope this watch is worth it :w00t:


shes married to ohh ohh seven :-D
#14
Carley
RRP £620 and technically free with clubcard vouchers (just got to pay for train!)
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Not too bad a deal then! Might be worth just phoning your local Goldsmiths to see if they are singing from the same hymn sheet today.
#15
goldmax
shes married to ohh ohh seven :-D



:? :thinking:
banned#16
Carley
my sense of humour sorry :oops: (joking that they will soon be in receivership)
it's not so much the issue of the deposit, it's the waiting time i'm confused with.

it's my first purchase with them and so far i'm not very impressed.


different stores will carry different stock - not that hard to understand
banned#17
Carley
Two stores just 30 miles apart, one could[SIZE="5"] possibly [/SIZE]get it this week, the other one in 6 weeks time????
(neither store has stock)


and the fact that they are 30 miles apart carries no bearing whatsoever

sounds like they are spinning you a line to get ypur deposit and sale by saying they will get you it in 2 weeks

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