ASOS is a UK company that sells clothing online. They have customers throughout the world but have large followings primarily in the US, UK, Russia, and many other European countries.

Their website has 21.3 million customers per month, as well as 7.1 million customers from over 160 countries. We also found that in addition to the 850 brands that they carry online, they have carried around 50,000 branded and ASOS.com branded products.

ASOS used to have a feature on their Facebook page that let customers order without having to leave the Facebook site. However, that feature of the Facebook page now leads directly to the ASOS landing page.

Recently, ASOS has been a sponsor of a Formula One racing team, the McLaren Formula One team. Even though this was supposed to be a short-term partnership, the ASOS logo has been seen on the McLaren Formula One car throughout the 2014 season.

The Good

  • Multiple Promotions on Site
  • Cost-effective Shipping Policies

ASOS provides their regular, loyal customers with a number of great benefits including:

Multiple Promotions on Site

If you are looking to save money on sticker price clothing items, the ASOS website provides a welcoming and money-saving shopping experience for you. Not only are there promotions run throughout the site, there are also membership opportunities to provide you with even more value. The ASOS Premier membership costs $29 for a three-month membership. This lets users get free standard UPS shipping, pre-sales notices, as well as their catalog, of which ten copies are issued per year. A helpful feature they include on their site to all customers is their Fashion Finder, which tracks clothing industry trends for you. This allows its customer base to stay on top of trends throughout the world as well as keeping them apprised of new releases. It is a simple and easy way for customers to go online and ultimately design their own outfit. With tons of fashionable products to choose from, it is a huge benefit for shoppers to have access to these discounts and promotions while maintaining products of high value.

Cost-effective Shipping Policies

Being an international clothing retailer, ASOS uses a large network of shipping couriers to deliver orders as quickly and cost effectively as possible. If you choose US Standard Shipping, it is free of charge to you as the buyer if the total costs are over $40. Otherwise, shipping costs $4. Items will be delivered typically within 6 business days if you are located inside the continental United States. There is a small caveat to this policy if your order is over $200, where a small customs clearance charge may apply. If you are need of your order faster, you can choose another option for an extra cost. Even these costs for a faster delivery are competitive with other retailers in the industry. The Help Center is also great, as well as their return policy. Customers outside of the United States, while not being able to exchange an item, can get a refund on a product if they return it in its original condition. Also, we found that the ASOS help center was a great resource for customers who were using the website for the first time.

The Bad

  • Billing and Collection Issues
  • Delivery Issues

ASOS needs improvement in one particular area:
These problems had a wide range of type including advertising/sales issues, billing/collection issues, delivery issues, and problems with the product/service. Many customers have had problems with ASOS implementing their sound and desirable operations, primarily with their shipping, handling, and refund time frames. As these issues have occurred, it is fair to question their transparency with these and other policies listed online when shopping for clothes on their site. As has already been discussed, ASOS has a large international presence and a customer base that truly reaches around the world. These types of issues would be expected to a certain extent with a company who uses so many different shipping couriers in an attempt to save its customers as much as they can on time and money.

The Bottom Line

There are many pros and cons to a shopping experience with ASOS. Their policies are extremely competitive with other top clothing stores, however, their customer service effectiveness seems to be in question. There are potential reasons for this poor rating and implementation of their policies especially for customers in the United States, such as them being largely based in the UK. They do have a lot of great brands and products available to customers, however, if you don’t like your product it is possible you are going to have a hard time returning it and getting your refund in a timely manner. Most customer complaints mention the slow turnaround time. This should be taken into account since some of these items are being shipped from overseas.

Overall, ASOS has an extremely large selection of quality clothing that is very well-priced due to in large part to helpful promotions. By and large, clients really like the fashionable products they have purchased. If you are purchasing your items from ASOS, you should make sure that the product is a fashion that you know you will like and are not planning on returning. Due to the many promotions, great shipping policy, and fashionable clothing options, we ultimately recommend them as an online clothing store.

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    May 5th, 2017

    DO NOT BUY FROM ASOS, after waitng for my order the time it was supposed to take, it was showing delivered on the carrier’s link,however when i contacted ASOS, I was informed the package had been lost, and whenasked for a refund, they refused, and informed a new package will be sent and i would have to send it back to them and wait for a refund. doesn’t make sens. I will never use ASOS again,they dont even have professional people online.

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    April 29th, 2017 Valley Stream, NY

    Terrible costumer service. I contacted to costumer service to fix apartment number on next day. They emailed me that they already made the changes. After a few day my package was send back because of incorrect apartment number.
    I contacted again and they told me packege will deliver back to them and I’ll get my refund in 10 days. I want to revive my package not refund. And while I was chatting with costumer service 4 different people answered me on Facebook chat. No other option was giving to me besides refund. No phone number that I can call and talk with somebody.

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    April 26th, 2017

    It’s a sad state of affairs when a crooked courier (DPD) are believed over a loyal customer and the company are unwilling to request signatures that could solve the issues. Absolutely appalling level of customer service and unable to actually speak to someone. Order at your peril.

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    April 24th, 2017

    To make it short: JUST STAY AWAY FROM THIS SITE

    Often there is no problems with asos, however if you have a problem with a order, like you didn’t receive the item you ordered or you received a empty package then they say because of a bussiness desicion they just ban your account and say they can’t help you anymore.

    Just a big scam site after all and they don’t take responsibility for their mistakes if they think that they can’t earn any money from you anymore.
    In that case they advise you to contact your bank or card holder to solve the issue for you, however if you paid by bank transfer or something like that you can’t do such thing ofcourse.
    Then your only choise is to go to court because they will just send you standard messages every time you contact them or they just ignore you.

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    April 3rd, 2017

    When I made this order, I got an email saying I would have received it TWO WEEKS AGO, AND I STILL DON’T HAVE IT, I have written a number of emails enquiring and complaining about this and they have NOT been helpful, they didn’t even answer some of them. TERRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE, YOU DO NOT GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR.

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    March 27th, 2017

    Frustrated having watched my wife navigate what has turned into a reficulous ordeal.

    Owning a business where customer service counts, and after now reading COUNTLESS reviews stating similar frustrated customer experiences, I don’t understand how they are still in business.

    Hopefully these reviews catch your eye before spending your money with ASOS. Word to the wise, DON’T!!!

    They are BRUTAL!

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    March 24th, 2017

    Today i found asos And was interested in trying the webshop because of a 20% shopping spree. After spending over an hour creating my wishlist i checken out At 11:45. I entered the code And it worked. But i forgot something So i went back Added it and tried again. At this time THE code stoped working. It was about 11:50. So i contacted customer support. After a 45 min chat they told me there is nothing that they could do because THE discount ended At 12:00. I told them i was checking out before that And also that At 00:18 they were still advertising with the messages. But still no service what So ever. I was willing To buy 8 products. But i left THE shop with nothing And over 2 Hours of my time wasted. I have screenshots of THE times advertised. Horrible service

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    March 19th, 2017 Edited

    I placed on order with this company on 3/2/17. At the time the had a discount with unidays offering 20% off instead of the usual 10%. I place my order and the discount somehow did not calculate properly so I contact their customer service immediately through chat. I was told it wasn’t a problem and I would be refunded 16.90. I was fine with that. About an hour goes by I get an email stating the refund was processed and I would see it in 5-10 days. Time goes by about a week I contact customer service again stating I have yet to receive the refund I am then told oh we don’t offer refunds you received the correct discount. I then showed proof of the original conversation and the email stating I was entitled to 16.90. And this was done after dealing with several reps because every time I would respond a different rep seemed to get my emails that alone made me angry. So one of the reps tells me my refund was sent to my credit card manually. So a red flag goes up I paid with PayPal how can you bypass PayPal and refund it to my card I did not have one on file with them! I asked the rep that very question and was told it can be done and to wait the full 10 days. So on 3/15/17 I contacted customer service again because I still have no refund and once again I have to deal with several reps before getting a concrete answer. I am then told by one of the rudest reps there it hasn’t been 10 days only 9. Now I know I can count and I insist it has been sinnce this started in 3/1. He in turn says they are counting from 3/2 and the 10th day is 3/16. He also requested I send my bank statement me for that time period to show I did not get the refund which I thought was odd but I complied. Once I sent proof I was then emailed again oh you have to wait til after 3/16 and if it still isn’t there to contact them again. At this point I’m pissed all this over 16.90 but I was determined to follow this through it has now become about the principle. I then open a transaction error cause with PayPal explaining what’s going on just seeking further assistance in this matter. So I go ahead and wait til 3/17/17 and contact asos customer service again. Before doing so I attempted to log into my account and I get an error message you account has been blocked of course I am now confused. Why would I account be blocked??? I contact customer service through chat and the rep tells me I see it’s blocked but I have to have another rep contact you. I asked well can you at least tell my why the account it blocked? The rep says no. I then contact customer service through email on the same email thread I had been using asking about the refund and the account block. I get and email back stating they are looking into it and that I dont need to send anymore emails. So fast forward to today 3/19/17. I get an email saying the account was closed because I opened the case with PayPal stating fraud and PayPal determined it was fraud and the company took a financial loss because of this. Any orders I place in the future will automatically be canceled with no notice, WTF??? Now I’m livid I check PayPal and the have not determined fraud and have not made a final decision. I was not given a refund for the 16.90 and instead of asos figuring out what was going on they just decided to block me from future purchase. I have never been so disgusted with a company in my life. All this over 16.90. So recap I still don’t have the refund, my asos account is blocked and I am no long allowed to make purchases. Horrific, terrible and most unprofessional company every I would recommend no one ever shop with them again if they can be this petty over 16.90 imagine what they would do over a higher dollar amount.

    3/21/17 Update. So my refund saga continues since my last post I was contacted and told they would do an investigation. That was 3/17/17. So today I finally get another email saying they sent a refund to a card that is not active anymore I don’t even know what card it is. The problem here is I paid through PayPal with an active card. So they decided to not use the original payment method and just choose a card they saw on my account. No one contacted me to verify this was ok or which card to use. This right here just shows how terrible their customer service is. And then on top of that told me my account will not be reopened until I close the case with PayPal. Are they serious???? So to sum up I still don’t have the refund, I don’t know what card they sent it to and my account is still not opened. I warn everyone beware of shopping with this company!

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    March 5th, 2017 Plainfield, VT

    I spent two days trying to order a dress for an event. The website would not accept my landline or cell # and would not allow me to bypass it. Thus not allowing me to place my order. The dress was sold out on anthropologie and the only other vendor was asos, otherwise, I would not have wasted the time that I did. ‘Chatted’ with a customer service agent for almost an hour then their website crashed and he asked me to call back in 1 hour. ‘Chatted’ the next day with another agent who, after 45 minutes said she had to send it to IT and they will contact me. Still no word..still no dress. I would agree that this company’s legitimacy is questionable.

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    February 8th, 2017 Tallahassee, FL

    I ordered several (3) pairs of jeans that they advertised as in-stock on the website. They arrived much later than the email notification specified, and then when they did come, two were the wrong style, but correct brand, and the third was not even the right brand. I sent them back and was told that one of the 3 was actually not in stock, and they would send the correct style for the other two. They then sent the EXACT SAME incorrect jeans a second time. I’ve now alerted them to this fact, and it’s been more than two weeks and they still cannot even tell me if “the warehouse” has the correct jeans that they are still advertising as in stock (the ones that I’ve paid for). They will respond to online chat and Twitter DM’s, but everyone says the same thing: we’re waiting to hear back from the warehouse. No action, not helpful. There is zero excuse for a company this size having such poor inventory management and customer service. I will NEVER buy from them again.

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    February 7th, 2017

    I will never order anything from ASOS again. They refused to refund my full amount until I threatened to take legal action.

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    January 27th, 2017

    My first Asos shopping experience was a disaster. Parcel was lost by local courier company, after first delivery atempt. It has been a week now that I don’t get clear response neither from couriers, neither from Asos if and when I will be refunded. Very unprofesional and very poor choise of partners Asos! If I knew standart delivery means getting so much nerves, I would have paid those extra euros for secure delivery. Never more Asos!

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    January 17th, 2017 Tampa, FL

    ASOS customer for past 5 years. They were good until recently, I guess they grew too big to care for customers anymore. My last two orders were lost in transit, I send multiple emails requesting replacement, to which the response was – “We investigate the accident” “please check if the address was correct” “We are sorry, we can’t replace the items” After two weeks of daily emails I just disputed the charges with my bank.

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    January 12th, 2017

    A shockingly bad ASOS movie- Cue lost package, robotic, untrustworthy, strange service

    Situation: Sitting in a hotel out of town when I see package has been delivered to my building and I signed for it. Arrive at home days later to see note saying package is in the bin outside of my building, but don’t find package.

    Rising Action: Explain to Asos customer service that I was out of town, my signature was forged, neighbours didn’t sign for package, received DPD note saying that package was in the bin outside, and I could’t find the package. Asos customer service say they will thoroughly investigate in 48 hours. I patiently wait for someone to contact me asking for evidence that I was away, and my signature was forged by driver, and my package was left in a bin.

    Climax: Asos get back to me about 2 weeks later saying that the drivers GPS shows that the package was delivered and I signed for it. Shocked and outraged, I explain that no one contacted me to ask for the hotel invoice or images of my actual signature that show that I was out of town and my signature was forged. Even stranger, why did the driver leave a note saying that my package was in the bin if I signed for it?

    Falling action: Skynet takes over asos customer service, they disregard the actual evidence, and respond to all my questions by saying “We are unable to process this further, the investigation was thorough, the case is closed”

    Catastrophe: DPD says asos is responsible and I should raise a claim with them. Bank says they can’t refund me because I paid by debit card. Asos “skynet” says their investigation was “thorough” and the case is closed. My bank account is a few hundred pounds lighter.

    Conclusion: At asos, the customer comes last, skynet has taken over asos’s customer service, once a case is closed it has completely vanished from all existence, and Never shop with ASOS !!

    P.S. Chat transcripts available.

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    January 7th, 2017

    ASOS is great if everything is going ok. However, if something goes wrong then prepare to fall into a deep pit of the darkest despair. They can only be contacted by email, Facebook or live chat. The only people that can deal with complaints are the call handlers meaning that they just tell you what they can’t do, there’s no way of getting anything but the most basic problems resolved and worse of all, no one takes ownership of a query. I’ve spoken to countless people over several weeks, none of whom read the whole thread before responding and meaning that someone will ask a question, you reply instantly, then need to wait another 48hours (at least) for SOMEONE ELSE to pick it up and ask something totally unrelated as they have not bothered seeing what went before. Their Facebook page is full of people complaining as it’s the only way to get a response and it sounds like a lot of them have it a lot worse than me, but I can assure you it will be the last time I ever use the site.

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    January 2nd, 2017

    I placed an order on 29/10/2016 for an item and selected next day delivery. The item was not delivered to my home, neither was it left with a neighbour or in a safe place. It was signed for by someone I do not know. I contacted asos immediately on 30/10/2016 and was told they would look into this with the courier. I have contacted asos multiple times since and receive the same generic email stating they are still chasing up things with the courier, even NINE WEEKS LATER.
    I was a loyal asos customer who would place orders at least fortnightly and have received appalling and disgraceful customer service. I informed them that I will now be seeking legal advice and received the same generic email, yet again.
    Do not order from this company, or you risk paying for an item you will never receive.

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    December 23rd, 2016

    Not a US based company. TOTALLY MISLEADING. NO WAY TO CONTACT.
    DO NOT USE ASOS!! TELL EVERYONE YOU KNOW. HOPEFULLY TRUMP WILL PUT END TO THIS TYPE OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE SCAM>

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    December 23rd, 2016

    They never come in contact with you after sending lots of questions to them. Waste of time obviously.

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    December 22nd, 2016

    This company ripped me off! I bought a pair of boots for about £220 which arrived damaged. They had to be returned and I was refunded and given a voucher off my next purchase! I then purchased again using the voucher but was charged delivery which was supposed to be free as I was spending over £100. I called customer service and the adviser agreed I should be refunded the delivery cost, but I was told the manager would not allow this too happen. So my voucher ended up covering my delivery cost which was supposed to be free. I was clearly ripped off and this company is not too be trusted!

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    December 16th, 2016

    Asos is by the WORST website to order from. I placed an order on November 29th and was supposed to arrive December 8th, it is now December 16th and my order has not arrived. The tracking is ridiculous and not dependable. The customer service never respond and evidently do not care about whether or not you obtain your order. This is my 1st and last time ordering from this website. DO NOT order from this site you’ll waste your time and money!!

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