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Do you think that people like to buy online without seeing the products up close and personal. Would you buy a car, or even a major kitchen appliance without seeing and touching it?
Losing these stores does affect local economy
I wouldn't buy a car or washer and dryer online. However, I don't need to feel a shirt, slacks, tie, vase, cameras or gifts. Sizes, materials, and complete descriptions are posted and most have a no-hassle return policy. Furthermore, I don't have to
You must not be married.
I don't know what that comment insinuates, but I do all of the gift and grocery shopping in my household, along with all of my own personal shopping. Exactly what is your point? I'm confused.
I agree with Dennis, most of my purchases are done online for exactly those reasons,,, convenience. Customer services in brick in mortar stores seem to be at an all time low.
Many people can't decide merely by looking at a product, especially clothes. Most women that I know, or knew spent hours trying on clothes at the stores.
I would find it strange that women would change from that preference.
One size dn fit all. lol
In fairness to your answer, yes, my wife does do all of her own clothes shopping in a brick and mortar store.
Thanks, in any case, I will miss the brick and mortar. Over the years, we, at least in CA have had the malls become our de facto Town. If they disappear, I guess we will have to wait until they create virtual holographic towns, and malls.
Sounds good, maybe the execs at these retailers should read your hub. I am being serious here.