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I'm really worried about ...............

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8y, 3d agoPosted 8 years, 3 days ago
................DFS!

Haven't seen one of their Sales advertised on TV for at least 3 weeks, not sure I can cope! Please reasure me there will be 50% off everything soon!
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8y, 3d agoPosted 8 years, 3 days ago
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I have reasons to believe they are another company that will be going bankrupt. :(

Also Marks & Spencers were going to go bust, but they have teamed up with Pound Stretcher. They have renamed themselves to Stretch-Marks.

(It's a joke, don't take it serious, please.)
#2
I hope you are not going to buy from these. I am worried you will lose your money.

Check with your credit card company if they will cover you if you buy from them, as odering can take 12 weeks.

I just hope you are taking the ****.
#3
Dyspraxic
I have reasons to believe they are another company that will be going bankrupt. :(

Also Marks & Spencers were going to go bust, but they have teamed up with Pound Stretcher. They have renamed themselves to Stretch-Marks.

(It's a joke, don't take it serious, please.)


:w00t: Made me laugh for a Sunday morning...nice one!
#4
Dyspraxic;3685857
I have reasons to believe they are another company that will be going bankrupt. :( Also Marks & Spencers were going to go bust, but they have teamed up with Pound Stretcher. They have renamed themselves to Stretch-Marks. (It's a joke, don't take it serious, please.)


:w00t::w00t:

:-D:):-D

I like it
#5
Dyspraxic
I have reasons to believe they are another company that will be going bankrupt. :(

Also Marks & Spencers were going to go bust, but they have teamed up with Pound Stretcher. They have renamed themselves to Stretch-Marks.

(It's a joke, don't take it serious, please.)


:-D Very funny!
#6
blackpeppa
I hope you are not going to buy from these. I am worried you will lose your money.

Check with your credit card company if they will cover you if you buy from them, as odering can take 12 weeks.

I just hope you are taking the ****.


Don't worry, it was a flippant remark. Woud rather construct a sofa out of doggy doo!
#7
Trickyjabs;3685922
Don't worry, it was a flippant remark. Woud rather construct a sofa out of doggy doo!

ME TOO OURS WAS KNACKERD BEFORE THE BUY NOW PAY LATER FINNISHED
#8
Dyspraxic
I have reasons to believe they are another company that will be going bankrupt. :(

Also Marks & Spencers were going to go bust, but they have teamed up with Pound Stretcher. They have renamed themselves to Stretch-Marks.

(It's a joke, don't take it serious, please.)


:o:lol::lol:
#9
Don't get me started on DFS - I don't hate much, but I always flick channels when their stupid ads come on. They claim that they only have three sales a year - "wool over the eyes" comes to mind. If they have sales every week, then does that not really mean that nothing is truly half price? BTW. I never buy balsa wood furniture :)

http://i35.tinypic.com/eqz51z.gif
#10
Dyspraxic
I have reasons to believe they are another company that will be going bankrupt. :(

Also Marks & Spencers were going to go bust, but they have teamed up with Pound Stretcher. They have renamed themselves to Stretch-Marks.

(It's a joke, don't take it serious, please.)


Nice one !?
#11
Their adverts got banned

"An advertisement for the furniture retailer DFS has been banned for making its sofas look too big.

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) received 21 complaints from viewers about the advert.

DFS admitted to using green screen technology to superimpose actors into domestic settings to imitate a music video of Rockstar by Nickleback.

It said it had not tried to make the sofas look bigger and that people tend to visit a store before buying a sofa.

In a statement, it added that many customers' main concern was whether a sofa would fit in their house or flat and so showing the sofas bigger than they really were would have been a deterrent to sales.

The ASA asked for evidence of the size of the sofas in the adverts, but DFS was unable to provide any because the promotional period had finished and that there were none left in stock.

It concluded that although DFS had not intended to exaggerate the size of its sofas, "some of the sofas did appear large in relation to the actors".

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