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No .I tried on a size 14 and it was too tight( the sizing was tiny) I`m a size 12-14)I was then informed a dress a size 16 would be available by Friday of that week.OK so 3 weeks later it arrived.I was informed by another assistant that if I did not want it would she like me to tell the owner.
I was then rung by the owner and told even thougfh it was late I had to have it.Albeit I did not sign for it.
I paid no deposit.
It is not damaged.
Counterclaim that I should not be pursued throuh the courts for a dress that is too small.Plus this was back in March!
I have used you before last year.I cannot get my e.mail accepted as it keeps telling me that my e.mail belongs to someone else.
Do you mean I just ignore the claim?
"no consideration for this contract"
One final thing.
The reason I did not take the dress ordered was that it still did not fit.My witness to this was Maria Stewart, the lady working that day who helped me try it on.
She conferred and agreed it did not fit.Thus she informed the shp owner Mrs Russell-Smith.Who would not accept our descision on the dress.Thus I now have a County Court Claim for a dress that i ordered but that did not fit.
Is this worth mentioning that i have a witness .The assistant has consequently left working for the shop.
She was at that time.She is no longer.