CheerfulSoles Reviews

4.88 Rating 658 Reviews
98 %
of reviewers recommend CheerfulSoles
Merchant Metrics
Shipping & Delivery
Delivery Methods
Courier, Postal Service
Average Delivery Time
Within 5 Days
On-time Delivery
Accurate And Undamaged Orders
Customer Service
Communication Channels
Email, Telephone
Queries Resolved In
Under An Hour
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There was a problem when ordering from the website so I had to do it over the phone. Then, I had problems getting the parcel: I wasn't provided a tracking number and the courier service did not have my phone number.
Posted 1 year ago
Hello. Thank you for leaving a review for us. I am not sure in this instance what we could have done differently. We sent your shoes to the address in Greece that you supplied and the parcel was addressed correctly. We send all international parcels via Royal Mail International tracked service. We don't pass on our customers personal information to 3rd parties. We are however pleased to know that you got them in the end. Kind Regards, Jo Gill
Posted 1 year ago
Shoes purchased are less comfortable than expected with zero suppleness hard edges rubbing on ankle bone. The description given of a shoe with "...the soft foam midsole and the flexible dynamic footbed which together cushion your feet you walk" is absolutely incorrect for the shoes delivered to me.
Posted 1 year ago
I am sorry to hear that you are not happy with the shoes you ordered Mr Alberry. We have never had feedback like this for the Joya Innsbruck shoes you ordered. If they are not right for you then you can return them to us and we will issue a full refund for the cost of the shoes in accordance with our delivery and returns policy, which you can view here - Kind Regards Jo Gill Cheerful Soles
Posted 1 year ago
In 1793 the original French definition of the metre was slightly off one ten-millionth the north pole-to-equator distance -- but at shoe-scales the ruler does not lie! '45' Caesars from Turkey are noticeably longer, both internally and externally, than original '45' Obamas made in Korea. And the soiled 'Joya', off-centre, leather back, heel-top tab would have been apparent to the dispatching packer. Consumer law assures buyers that discounted products are as good as full-priced ones, unless the seller clearly describes any differences or deficiencies. I find it really weird that Joya should choose, as its sole UK distributor, a company based in a remote Yorkshire hill-town, which never answers its telephones, over a firm within a significant population centre, with guaranteed walk-in customers. At full cost, Joyas are, in my opinion, over-priced. Half-price with minor flaws are acceptable, if notified, and I may keep the Caesars after cleaning the leather tab and re-checking the fit. Ladies' Joyas are mostly attractive but I find the men's multicoloured shoes stylishly incongrous, being drawn more to the one-colour styles. Capri sandals fall apart after 4 years but Obamas last very well. Joya should use a style-testing panel before tooling for production. I suspect some of the odder men's dark-light colour combinations sell very few.
Posted 2 years ago
Hello I'm sorry that you were disappointed with our service and the quality of the Joya Shoes you received. We do check shoes prior to dispatching them, however from time to time mistakes happen. I can see from our records that as soon as you notified us about this, you were sent a free returns label with assurance that you could send them back to us for a full refund. We are indeed based in the fabulous Yorkshire Dales and Joya is one of the brands we sell online. We are among a growing number of Joya retailers, there are many other retailers who sell Joya Shoes both online and in shops throughout the UK. You can find your nearest high street retailer here. Once again I apologise if you feel that the service you received was not satisfactory. Regards, Jo - Cheerful Soles
Posted 2 years ago
CheerfulSoles is rated 4.88 based on 658 reviews