The phenomenon seems to me to be taking on a certain scale and even if everything is relative, I take the trouble to talk about it here: King Jouet is currently canceling orders en masse from customers who took advantage of the last promotion to order LEGO sets.
The post comments announcing last Sunday's promotion are edifying, I add the many emails received over the past few hours which all mention an outright cancellation of an order without any explanation or apologies from the merchant who seems to have big communication and stock management problems.
I never hesitate to relay a good plan here at a toy merchant, but the turn of events convinced me to permanently remove the King Jouet sign from the list of merchants that I regularly recommend on the blog. I will therefore no longer publish the offers of this merchant who obviously has trouble getting organized during the most important period of the year for his sector of activity ....
I sent an email to their customer service which has so far gone unheeded. I'm not expecting any particular reaction from the merchant, but if someone who works there comes on the blog, they can obviously come forward to give us some explanation about this wave of order cancellations.
I don't work for LEGO®, I am not corrupted by LEGO®, I buy my LEGO® myself and what I am given, I offer it to the readers of the site.
For the rest, the owners of the respective brands mentioned on the site remain the owners and it is very well like that, blablabla ....
The fact that LEGO thrills by sending sets for reviews and other tests obviously does not influence my opinion on these products.
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