With Sevenoaks closing down loads of stores. Is it safe to buy off their website direct?
Also how are their delivery service?
What do you mean by "loads of stores"? Sevenoaks & Audio T merger have resulted in a few stores closing if they're covering the same area, like Bolton & Lancaster:
They're financially strong.
Sevenoaks are well respected retailers & it's perfectly safe to buy from them, either in store or online. I got my stuff from Sevenoaks.
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Brilliant! Thats all Ineeeded to know
Yep I heard that a few stores had closed, so I was confused if they were in problems or not!
IME one of the better high street retailers too.
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Sevenoaks & Audio T merger have resulted in a few stores closing if they're covering the same area, like Bolton & Lancaster:
Blimey - thats some area!
edit, sorry just realised, you mean they have two stores in EACH area (not one in Bolton and one in Lancaster )
Yes, you should be fine to buy from Sevenoaks. They're a reputable retailer and carry a wide range of stock. The store closures are part of a restructuring programme following the merger with Audio T.
Andy Clough is Brand Editor of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision and whathifi.com
Aren't Sevenoaks stores independently owned franchises?
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