Dolliver wrote: »
Not used them myself nor would I, all sounds a bit suss to me.
1. the prices are way to low to be quality bedding. If its too good to be true then it probably is!
2. why are they removing the labels? which begs the question are they genuine products!
Ruth_shane wrote: »
How do I know that the feathers and down used is not plucked from live birds? This seems to be common practice and I don't think I could sleep easy under that cruelty. Only two well known brands ensure that products used are by products of food preparation (i.e. Animals already slaughtered). Are you the third?
Fatdad62 wrote: »
the duvet was very thin and did not even seem to be 10.0 Tog (albeit I am not a duvet expert,A 10.00 tog duvet will be very thin, thats a spring/autumn tog perfect for a bedroom with heating on.
I sent the duvet back two weeks before Xmas using the envelope provided and Boston are now claiming 'the item never arrived' back with them which is suspicious to me considering I had queried what they had sent me in the first place. Their response is that I should have obtained proof of postage even though the item was being sent freepost and perhaps they are correct.Absolutely correct, how else can you prove you posted it unless you obtained proof of posting which should be obtained when returning any item
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