You must have noticed that I removed one of my recent posts about my Dressale wish-list. That’s because I recently contacted one of my GFC followers who has over 900 followers to ask whether she had received her wish-list. It appeared that she didn’t receive anything and that they are lying. So if you have created any blogposts for them I’m recommending to remove them, cause you wouldn’t want to make free advertisement for them. I’ve already warned some bloggers about this. If you google ‘Dressale wish-list’ you will notice that there are over a hundred Dressale blogposts, so do warn your blogger friends about this. Dressale asks bloggers to invite other bloggers to participate in creating a Dressale wish-list post and offer $5 for every blogger that successfully work with them. I was invited by another blogger and I had 4 bloggers on my list whom I invited, so sorry about this guys.
I’ve read some blogposts about bloggers who had hosted a giveaway for Dressale and it appeared that the winner couldn’t use the voucher. They said to order $200 in items in order to be able to use the voucher, so it’s not really a giveaway.
I’ve also checked some Dressale reviews on the internet and it appears that there are a lot of complaints on the internet about their dresses; complaints like very cheap quality, damaged (ripped, button or zipper broken), stain on the dress or wrong size, color or different dress. There are also complaints that they don’t do refunds or that they didn’t get all their money back after canceling their order and I also read some complaints that they didn’t receive anything at all. I also read some reviews that their support system doesn’t exist. So I think that it’s better to stay far away from this site.
Wishing everyone who celebrates Holi, a very happy Holi in advance!