Marks & Spencer is a UK retailer, founded in Leeds 1884. The company is headquarted in the City of Westminster, London with an estimated 700+ stores throughout the UK and 360+ stores in more than 40 other countries. At an M&S store you can find an assortment of women’s, men’s and kids clothing and accessories, home products, food and much more. If you haven’t already visited a Marks & Spencer’s store why not visit them online at MarksandSpencer.com where you can see a full list of the products and services on offer including the store locator to find a store near you.
What is Your M & S Views?
It’s the feedback survey designed by the company to allow them to gain an insight to what makes their customers happy, if you have recently made a purchase at a Marks & Spencer store and would like to express your opinions then this is perfect for you. Marks & Spencer are a company whom listens to it’s customers so rest assured your voice will be heard.
For taking a few minutes to complete the survey, you can enter the prize draw for your chance to win £250.
Before you begin the survey you will need a PC or mobile device connected to the Internet and a valid receipt from your most recent purchase.
- Visit the official Marks & Spencer survey website at www.yourmandsviews.com
- Locate your receipt and enter the unique code, date you visited and the time.
- Continue to answer all required questions as honest as possible.
- Enter the prize draw for your chance to win £250!
Current average ratings.
I received a £5 voucher in the post on Wednesday 26th July, please can you tell me why it had to be redeemed by Saturday 29th July, why is there a date at all, if I had been on holiday I could not have used it. If you are going to entice to use our card please make sure it is a genuine offer with no restrictions. Also although you were advertising up to 50% saving on selected items, the rails with sale clothes on were very limited and okay if you were 8/10 or 20/24.
I use to be dressed head to foot in Marks and Spencer clothes. Everything I wore was from Marks and Spencer. Everything in my wardrobe was from Marks and Spencer. Now I don’t even go in the store. And the reason why – the quality. Yes, the clothes look lovely on the hangers but after wearing them half a dozen or so times or after a few washes, they lose that pristine look. I want clothes to last, not have to be replaced.
I believe you lost this quality once manufacture of your clothes was moved abroad. And old fashioned as it may seem, I was proud to shop where the clothes were totally British made.
And lastly – I don’t want to be a ‘Twiggy’ clone. I want simple, classic clothes that are both smart but casual, to which I can add to, to make my own personal style. Your clothes seem to date very quickly.
Perhaps, if this problem was addressed, people might start shopping more in Marks and Spencer and your profits just might start to go up again.