I bought a really nice shirt on eBAY, BNWT, but it arrived with a hole in the back. I contacted the seller who was very nice and offered me a refund or discount if I want to keep the shirt. The seller said that the hole was due to sensors that stores put onto the garment leaving holes when they are removed. The seller said sometimes they are bigger than others. I am not mad at the seller however I need to know how to handle this. Should I get a refund? Should I take it to a tailor and see if he can fix it? Can he fix it? I would probably have to have him shorten the sleeves anyway, and therefore if I did that can the material cut in order to do that be used to fix the sensor hole? Also, I do not have alot of money and I live in Canada. I cannot afford to shop at places like Harry Rosen or Holts which never offer clothing at prices that are affordable to me. That is to say, buying nice clothing at discount prices from the U.S. is my only means of acquiring good clothing; I can't just go to a store to buy it. Therefore, I need to know if sensor holes in garments are inevitable with that lifestyle, or if they are not so common as I might think and therefore I should have zero tolerance for them? Thanks for all the answers to these questions.