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  • Tracey Morris Pty Ltd

    Coffs Harbour 2450

    “Cannot do basic alterations. Returns clothing back without saying anything. When admits the quality is not right (shorter than requested, uneven hem that goes up on one side and has ripples so it doesn't sit flat, holes in fabric where she made a mistake), justifies it saying that it's hit and miss and sometimes things don't work!? It was a hem! Surely the customer should be told from the start if she is unsure of her ability to do the alteration. Disgusting service, amateur work.”

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    Julie Brown on 30th Dec 2014

  • Eli's Alterations

    Hampton 3188

    “I have been to five formals, wearing very expensive Sass and Bide dresses to each. Four of these dresses, I got altered from Eli's alterations and she did a fabulous job. You cannot even tell they have been altered, but they now fit perfectly.
    Eli is very lovely, great customer service!”

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    Clare on 4th May 2013

  • Joseph Anthony Bespoke

    Claremont 6010

    “You need to be patient as the turnaround time varies greatly. My first shirt took a couple of weeks my next order almost two months and my suit was about the same.Quality is excellent, staff are great, just check their lead times as it varies. Overall a very happy customer!”

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    James Redden on 22nd Sep 2012

  • Deniz Alterations & Tailoring - Clothing Alterations Melbourne

    Melbourne 3000

    “To me, Deniz Alterations & Tailoring are a godsend. I recently lost a lot of weight and their services made it so I didn't have to buy a completely new wardrobe! Talk about value for money!”

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    Rachel Howard on 9th May 2012

  • Fontana Couture

    Scarborough 6019

    “They are professional.
    We have always got the best jobs done with cheap-reasonable prices.
    We are very happy with their services!
    Still going back to them even though now we have moved to south of the river. ”

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    Janna on 1st May 2012

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