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post #16 of 23
I am a returning customer and have been waiting for quite a while. E-mailing is a waste of time. They rarely seem to be answered. It can be incredibly frustrating. Strangely I was talking to Ricky back on 22 October when he told me he was making my shirt. I still have not received it. Honestly, I think it would be worth his time to hire a secretary and increase the cost of the shirts by $2-3 each to cover off the salary.
post #17 of 23
Just placed my first order with Jantzen yesterday (Stripe 93). Anyway, I called Ricky to confirm that he'd received it. It took three tries to get through (no answer, then engaged) but when I did he said they're "very very very busy." [Edit] Ricky DID say he would try to e-mail when he started making my shirt. Oh that would be a nice Christmas present to self... Does anyone know when they're closed for the New Year? I'm hoping to get the shirt SOMETIME in the next 6-8 weeks, so I can tweak it and order more, thereby making Ricky "very very very very very busy."
post #18 of 23
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Has anyone spoken to Ricky lately?  I placed an order in August and I haven't received it yet.  He won't respond to my emails either.
I just reviewed my credit card statement and saw that Ricky charged my card on 11/26.
post #19 of 23
A sign of good things to come.. If I'm not mistaken Ricky charges as he ships. I usually get them a few days after I see the charge appear on my account online update. I might try to call him in the AM and see how things are going....nice guy.
post #20 of 23
I just went on to Jantzen's web site after reading all of these posts. I am very excited to order a shirt at that price, with the choices of styles and selection of fabrics offered, and the quality everyone raves about. Anyway, I am wondering what people have to say about Jantzen's medium fit vs. their form fit. I'm not sure which way to go.
post #21 of 23
take accurate measurements and go with form fit
post #22 of 23
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I just reviewed my credit card statement and saw that Ricky charged my card on 11/26.
I placed an order on 27 May for a shirt which Ricky told me on 22 June he'd be shipping the next day. He charged my card for the shirt on 2 July. As of early September the shirt still hadn't arrived, so (having gotten no response from him to emails that I'd sent in July and August) I went to my CC company and had it charged back. I finally heard from him on 4 November, when he called and claimed to have sent the shirt in July. He said the post office must have lost it, and asked me to resubmit my order. I declined.
post #23 of 23
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I just went on to Jantzen's web site after reading all of these posts.  I am very excited to order a shirt at that price, with the choices of styles and selection of fabrics offered, and the quality everyone raves about.  Anyway, I am wondering what people have to say about Jantzen's medium fit vs. their form fit.  I'm not sure which way to go.
I've read here that Medium fit is the way to go. I ordered medium for my first shirt, thinking that any mistakes would be easier to cover up that way.
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