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"a shop that sells things more cheaply because it sells them directly from the company that made them"

 

http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/factory-shop

 

Does a shop have any accountability for making a claim to be a factory shop,when it might not be?

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I'm sorry, I haven't a clue what you are meaning. Could you flesh it out?


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I was in a shop a while ago that claimed to be a 'Factory Shop'. However, it was extremely expensive, when by definition a factory shop should be cheaper than normal. This is misleading and I wondered if there was any accountability?

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It really depends on the goods sold in the shop. High end factory shops sell very expensive goods and vice versa, The Original Factory Shop sells cheaper goods.

 

I suppose it's all in the eye of the beholder.

 

All shops need to make a profit whereas online shops will be able to sell the same thing far cheaper as they have fewer overheads.

 

As for accountabilty, I doubt it.


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I was in a shop a while ago that claimed to be a 'Factory Shop'. However, it was extremely expensive, when by definition a factory shop should be cheaper than normal. This is misleading and I wondered if there was any accountability?

 

Were the goods actually more expensive than normal? Or just not as discounted as you would have thought?

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Its hard to say if more expensive than normal but certainly very expensive.

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no definition to abide to

its simply a trading name.


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all shops are effectively factory shops as you dont buy your goods from the factory as a consumer.

It is a meaningless phrase.

 

 

 

If I ran a factory making shoes I may well have a factory outlet associated to my factory because that way I make a bigger profit on the goods I sell directly.

 

 

I wont sell them much cheaper or the shoe shops would never buy my goods as they know they couldnt sell them in competition to my prices and I would lose most of my business.

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Thanks interesting and as I'd expect really. It is misleading but its actually meaningless.

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