Barely there Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Hanesbrands Inc. is an American clothing company based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It employs 65,300 people internationally. On September 6, 2006, the company was spun off by the Sara Lee Corporation. Barely There is one of the fastest-growing intimate apparel brands in America and one of the top three panty brands sold at department stores. With its focus on seamless bras, shapewear and daywear, Barely There brand is a whole new definition of comfort.

Barely There intimates was launched in 1995 as an innovative collection of panties -- completely seamless, showing no panty lines and incredibly comfortable. Response to the collection was so phenomenal that Barely There intimates added a new line of fashionable seamless bras in 1999, seamless shapewear in 2000, and the first-ever tagfree bra collection in 2004. The entire Barely There product line is now completely tagfree.

Katie shared her experience, "I ordered and paid for a Barely There sports bra. 2 weeks later I get a notification that they have none in stock and my money will be refunded within 5 working days. They then send me a request to review their product and when I said what happened they erased it instead of addressing it. So they held onto my money for 3 weeks and I never received a product."


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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Hello, I appreciate you taking the time to post here. I would encourage you to speak with me to discuss employee support. We have many programs in place that support our employees like our gym, free yoga, PTO, our 410K program, opportunities to participant in the employee engagement team etc. We are always looking at ways to improve and offer more as employee engagement and support is very dear to me. Hopefully we connect so I can understand this a bit more. Thanks again for posting."

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