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No better alternative, in terms of price to quality, for pants.

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Because I have never had a problem...returns and exchanges handled extremely efficiently.  

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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

why do people buy from these shops that are non-responsive over and over again?

Speaking for myself, this was the first time I shopped there. The response to the order was very fast. I had seen the store come up in item reviews a few times. I hadn't read any of these comments before. I wouldn't mind if the response was a bit slow, but for me, it has been NO reply at all.

Eurospek, or someone else, could you please let me know the return address?
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Originally Posted by Tjaardbreeuwer View Post

Speaking for myself, this was the first time I shopped there. The response to the order was very fast. I had seen the store come up in item reviews a few times. I hadn't read any of these comments before. I wouldn't mind if the response was a bit slow, but for me, it has been NO reply at all.

Eurospek, or someone else, could you please let me know the return address?

A quick search of this thread provided the answer:

Jamison Stoltz
517 West 144th Street, #19
New York, NY 10031
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Received my 10th and 11th pair of trousers from HY today and couldn't be happier with them. Brown flannel for fall, 120s and tan/brown fresco fabric. Can't wait to have them tailored.

I really really like HY's fall flannel 120s trousers. They're all kinds of greatness!
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Originally Posted by unclesam099 View Post

A quick search of this thread provided the answer:

Jamison Stoltz
517 West 144th Street, #19
New York, NY 10031

Thank you very much. I appreciate the help.
I did do a search both on the internet and on this site specifically, but did not get any results. I also read through every post from page 274 onwards, I saw the question posed several times, but never saw an answer.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

No better alternative, in terms of price to quality, for pants.
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Originally Posted by Tjaardbreeuwer View Post

Thank you very much. I appreciate the help.
I did do a search both on the internet and on this site specifically, but did not get any results. I also read through every post from page 274 onwards, I saw the question posed several times, but never saw an answer.

You can try to send it there, but in about a month it will be sent back to you as unclaimed. At least that's what happened to me. Still trying to get a response about it.
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Yes I am afraid I am having exactly the same problem: I ordered some pants in 32" which arrived very quickly indeed and even had a nice "thanks for your order" card with it. The pants are a touch too small. . .  and can't be let out enough by my alterations tailor because the seam allowances are not large enough. So I follow the directions on the website to exchange the pants for 34" and get no reply whatsoever. I've emailed via the website and replied to the original order email a dozen times requesting a return address, to no avail.

 

So I'm down about $180. 

 

But I do have some beautiful blue flannel pants that I can't wear. Anyone interested in making me an offer?

 

1x Super 100s Winter Flannel - Navy 32"

http://www.howardyount.com/collections/pants/products/super-100s-winter-flannel-navy

 

David


Edited by davidrsloss - 5/25/14 at 3:38pm
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Has anyone ever simply done a charge back or paypal dispute?
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Originally Posted by davidrsloss View Post

So I follow the directions on the website to exchange the pants for 34" and get no reply whatsoever. I've emailed via the website and replied to the original order email a dozen times requesting a return address, to no avail.

So I'm down about $180. 


The lack of communication is deeply frustrating and it would be great if Jamison (of Howard Yount) would be more communicative.

However, notwithstanding that, the vast majority of people in this thread who have returned things have simply returned them to the address mentioned a few posts back and Jamison has refunded their money or sent out a replacement without any issues.

So, yes, whilst it would be much, much better if Jamison responded to e-mails, you're pretty safe just sending them back to the return address with a note asking for a replacement or, if not available, a refund.
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This seems like an obvious business opportunity...

Anyone want to partner up with me on my online trouser shop? (I'm joking of course, mostly. Being in Canada would make such a proposition inefficient I'm sure, not to mention those "day jobs".)

But really, you young Americans out there - take this business model, make one small change, and maybe increase prices by 5-10%. I have to think you'd be successful, or at least, respected within the industry.

Until then, I guess I'll keep gambling at the HY Casino - heck, there's nowhere else to go.
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^ I don't think HY's lack of responsiveness justifies your behavior here.

You're asking for business partners in someone's else's paid affiliate thread? Really? confused.gif
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I've done several returns/exchanges with Jamison and never once had an issue.
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

^ I don't think HY's lack of responsiveness justifies your behavior here.

You're asking for business partners in someone's else's paid affiliate thread? Really? confused.gif

 

You do realize that affiliate threads are the sweetest deal going, because members feel too cowed to "pollute" them, rather than treat them like the open forum they should be (thereby improving business practices), so they turn into an automated form of brand boosterism that requires absolutely no maintenace on the part of the vendor. Pretty much every thread is rah-rah-sis-boom-bah for 100s of pages. You can't buy that.

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