While it’s nice that people are satisfied with their purchases and I’m happy for them, there’s really no reason why others should take their opinions seriously. There were people who liked the Yugo car, too.
Itailor’s refusal to sell fabric swatches is a red flag, as is their refusal to provide any information whatsoever on the cloth they use for shirting, such as weight, thread count, or even source. When questioned about this they unhelpfully referred me back to the poor quality photos on their website:
“For additional information and a high resolution image of any specific fabric, we kindly request you to please refer to our 3D Designer (click on the 'zoom' icon on the fabric picture you have selected, for a higher resolution).”
If this was quality cloth don’t you think they’d be advertising the fact?
Even more worrisome is the description of their suit fabrics as “wool blend” with no indication of the actual composition. I’m betting mostly synthetic with just enough wool to make the claim true (if irrelevant).
I don’t think there’s much mystery about the recent spate of 1-post posters promoting iTailor. The company encourages people to promote them and offer various incentives, e.g.,
“Tell Your Friends about us!
(Get 50% Discount!)
Review Our Products and Get Discounts!
Send pictures of yourselves with our products to email@example.com
(Get 10% Discount!)”
So caveat emptor, don’t you think?