Poor service

Many months ago I ordered a game cloth from Tiny Wargames. I used their services because my previous supplier of game cloths, Deep Cut Studio was apparently unable to supply a cloth as large as I would need.

Several months later I received the cloth, without the overprinted hexagon grid that I had ordered. Somewhat surprisingly the cloth had been shipped from the same address from which I had received cloths: Deep Cut Studio.

I enquired about the lack of an overprinted grid and was asked to send the cloth back. This cost over £50, and I am still waiting for a refund of postage.

The next I heard was an e-mail: “Why did you send it to Vilnius when we are in Kent?”

I replied that sending it back to the only address I had seemed to be the reasonable option. I had no idea that Tiny Wargames were based in Kent.

Since then, I have had no communication from Tiny Wargames.

So, they now owe me about £300 for a returned gaming cloth and the return postage.


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General Whiskers

Wargaming butterfly (mainly solo), unpainted model figure amasser, and Historical Re-enactor of the black powder era.

One thought on “Poor service”

  1. If you save up your needs you can get your game cloths printed by digital fabric printers. You can create and image yourself or buy one online. Good to partner up with someone. My games table is 2.4 metres long so partnered up with a friend and bought over 20 metres of image printed cloth. We printed terrain in the borders. Table cloths were 1.2m wide, but bolts of cloth usually 150 or 160.

    Just a thought.

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