I was pretty excited when I found out about Naja. It seemed like a company whose ethics I could really approve of (a rarity in the world of lingerie). I decided I wanted to buy one of their bras as a bachelorette party gift for my best friend.
Fortunately, I glanced over their Facebook page before ordering and noticed multiple complaints about slow shipping times and lack of company response to requests for info. So I sent the company an email asking about shipping times. I also asked about multiple pricing discrepancies on their website. (Which should have been a warning sign, but I was trying to give them the benefit of the doubt.)
I got no response -- NONE -- despite the fact that I was a potential customer. And at least one of their customer service reps/social media managers was online, because of... guess what? They deleted all the posts from the person on Facebook who was complaining that they were unresponsive. That's right. They didn't publicly respond. Instead, they deleted the evidence. And they never responded to my email at all. Even though it was time-sensitive. I ended up having to go with a different company instead.
Reading the complaints here, it seems this is a pattern. And I have trouble believing in the ethics of any company which treats its customers so poorly. (After all, if this is how they treat the people who PAY them, I have to wonder how altruistic they really are to the people who they employ.)
Bottom line: Pretty as some of Naja's stuff is, they've lost me as a potential customer. Not a company I ever want to deal with again.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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