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Classic Cedar Shoe Tree for $14.39 with styleforum Discount

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Cedarville Store, Oct 31, 2009.

  1. Cedarville Store

    Cedarville Store Well-Known Member

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    Cedarville Store is now offering the Classic Cedar Shoe Tree at the discounted price of $14.39, when you use the styleforum coupon code (10% OFF).

    The Classic combines a full cedar hook heel with a practical split toe. The automatic spreader adjustment means a perfect fit in every shoe. These are "seconds" with small blemishes.

    A popular shoe tree for golf shoes

    Classic split-toe shoe trees work great for a wide range of sizes, including many hard to fit widths.

    MADE IN USA

    http://www.cedarvillestore.com/p-138...shoe-tree.aspx

    Search for Cedarville Store to get the other coupon codes for Style Forum members.

    Regards,
    Customer Care
    www.CedarvilleStore.com
     
  2. BareSolid

    BareSolid Well-Known Member

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    I like how you discriminate against non Americans. Perhaps we should consider this the next time we send our boys to die in one of your wars in the Middle East.
     
  3. aj_del

    aj_del Well-Known Member

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    Whats the reason / logic for non entertaining international customers ?
     
  4. Cedarville Store

    Cedarville Store Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    We shipped international orders for several years and recently discontinued that service because of the costs and problems with international orders in general.
    ~Cost of shipping is very expensive, many complained about it and we had no control.
    ~The weight of our products make it very expensive for shipping.
    ~Too many orders did not make it to final destination and we had to re-ship at a large loss and the time it took to resolve made some customers unhappy.

    Best regards,
    Customer Care
    www.CedarvilleStore.com
     
  5. BareSolid

    BareSolid Well-Known Member

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    You think that there are not companies based overseas that ship abroad? Surely you could just charge the delivery cost as it is, calculate it afterwards and maybe even cream a bit off for yourselves. That's what every other trader in the world does.
     
  6. magogian12345

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    magogian12345 Well-Known Member

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    BS,

    Stop badgering them. Or at least try making a non-idiotic response. They already explained why international orders don't work well for their products.
     
  8. BareSolid

    BareSolid Well-Known Member

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    BS,

    Stop badgering them. Or at least try making a non-idiotic response. They already explained why international orders don't work well for their products.


    Not really. If they are going to make numerous topics all over the forum jeering us jonny foreigners about how we can't order their products, then why not. Surely that explanation would work for any business? I even clicked on one of their ads and trapsed through their web-site, to great waste of my personal time.
     
  9. magogian12345

    magogian12345 Well-Known Member

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    Not really. If they are going to make numerous topics all over the forum jeering us jonny foreigners about how we can't order their products, then why not. Surely that explanation would work for any business? I even clicked on one of their ads and trapsed through their web-site, to great waste of my personal time.

    That's exactly it . . .

    Would you buy a $15 shoetree if the shipping was $20-25 on top of the price? I doubt it.
     
  10. BareSolid

    BareSolid Well-Known Member

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    That's exactly it . . .

    Would you buy a $15 shoetree if the shipping was $20-25 on top of the price? I doubt it.


    I'd buy five.
     
  11. Cedarville Store

    Cedarville Store Well-Known Member

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    I'd buy five.

    Estimating 2.5lbs per pair, that would be US$63.50 just for shipping via USPS International Priority Mail. If you would like to proceed with an order, please send a PM and include your size and email. We will forward a Pay Pal invoice to your email address.

    We will consider offering the international shipping option again. Thank you.

    Regards,
    Customer Care
    www.CedarvilleStore.com
     
  12. magogian12345

    magogian12345 Well-Known Member

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    I'd buy five.

    Step up.
     
  13. Drydis Greis

    Drydis Greis Well-Known Member

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    Step up.

    I'm interested to see if he man's up.
     
  14. wrenhunter

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    I like how you discriminate against non Americans. Perhaps we should consider this the next time we send our boys to die in one of your wars in the Middle East.
    This is beyond retarded. Here is an equivalent response:

    Why should US companies deal with the Brits after that nonsense with the Stamp Tax?
     
  15. fredfred

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    I think these guys over charge for shipping (which is why I don't order from them). BUT I will back them up here. Shipping to other countries greatly increases the chances of lost packages. It is totally not worth it to ship to other countries.
     
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  17. BareSolid

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    Estimating 2.5lbs per pair, that would be US$63.50 just for shipping via USPS International Priority Mail. If you would like to proceed with an order, please send a PM and include your size and email. We will forward a Pay Pal invoice to your email address.

    We will consider offering the international shipping option again. Thank you.

    Regards,
    Customer Care
    www.CedarvilleStore.com


    Who says we need priority? Just stick a penny black on it, I could really do with them next December.
     
  18. magogian12345

    magogian12345 Well-Known Member

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    Who says we need priority? Just stick a penny black on it, I could really do with them next December.

    Of course, you aren't going to follow through. If not this excuse, then some other.
     
  19. BareSolid

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    Of course, you aren't going to follow through. If not this excuse, then some other.

    The reason I am not going to 'follow through', big boy, is that the price quoted is extortionate and other dealers will do it cheaper.
     

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