I posted about the Amazon.com Pashmina deal earlier today and have since learned from a reader that this deal may not be what is advertised.
One reviewer said that the scarves they received were made of acrylic, not pashmina and silk as it clearly states on the page. (There is even a photo of the tag showing 80% cashmere, 20% silk–see above).
I apologize if this deal does not turn out to be as advertised, but I trusted that the information supplied by Amazon was true and accurate. This is still a fairly good price for a scarf, if you are interested.
Unfortunately Amazon is not responsible for false advertising by sellers on their website. However, a complaint can be launched and Amazon may or may not do something about it. They can only guarantee products they are selling. Its unfortunate, but from some of the comments left regarding the scarves and the company, its not surprising. I always read the comments and feedback when something seems to go to be true. These are “Made in China” so likely not what they are advertising at all.
Thanks Lesley. I will just have to chalk it up as a lesson learned. 🙁
This deal is kind of liget. The deal shows a price to and from but you have to look closely to what colors are priced.
I think it’s a pretty good deal if you know that you are not getting a real pashmina. I wish that people would represent what they are really selling instead of advertising falsely.