The Australian Woolworth’s website says a $150 “tshirt and bra” can be bought for just $50, a savings of $150.
But a closer look shows it’s a lot more than that.
The price tag is misleading and misleading consumers.
The website claims it will be able to ship the item to the country of your choice and then pick it up on arrival in Australia.
This isn’t true, the website says.
It only can ship to countries where Woolworth stores its Australian stock, which include the US, Canada, New Zealand and Europe.
“You will receive a tracking number so you can track your order once it arrives.
It will arrive to your door in two to four days, depending on where you live,” the Woolworth website states.
“If you do not live in Australia, you can pick it-up from our global network of stores and delivery centres around the world.”
It’s not just about saving money.
The Woolworth site says the item can also be “made in the USA” or “made locally” for a “lower price”.
It states: “We’re able to manufacture it at our factory in Australia with no restrictions whatsoever.
This means we are able to offer a lower price than the retailers.”
The Woolrich website says it will “deliver your order in one to two business days” and “can be picked up in just a few days”.
However, the item cannot be sent by post.
If you are overseas, the Woolrich site warns you that “it can take up to six weeks to get your order to your doorstep”.
The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) says “an item must not be made in a country where it is not allowed” and it is also not permitted to ship goods by post, or to send goods by air.
The ACL also says that an item must be made from Australian materials and that it must be “properly labeled”.
It also says an item is not “made to the standards of the Australian Standard” and that “manufacturing equipment” used in a garment is “subject to Australian laws”.
“There are a lot of hoops that we have to jump through to get to a product being sent to our country,” said Woolworth spokeswoman Sarah McPherson.
“There’s always a chance something could be mislabeled or it could be damaged or misused, and the items we are making are made to the highest standards of Australian manufacturing standards.”
Woolworth is now warning consumers not to be fooled.
The company is working with the Australian Customs and Border Protection agency and the Australian Border Force to resolve the situation.
“Woolworths has apologised for the misleading information it provided,” a statement from Woolensys said.
“It is our intention to ensure that this is addressed with the relevant authorities, and we are also working with our customer service team to ensure this is rectified.”
What’s in a Woolworth shirt and a bra?
Woolworth says a “shirt and a cardigan” is a shirt with a “cardigan collar”, which is “designed to hold up to the elements”.
It’s also made from wool, and it “must be made to Australian standards”.
The Woolensy website says: “Cardigans are made with wool, so they have a higher quality and higher durability than the shirt.
They also have an inherent look, feel and feel that make them more stylish and modern.”
A “bra” is “made with 100% merino wool, is made of 100% polyester, and is water resistant”.
It “must have a minimum of three-inch straps, and must have a padded waistband.”
The Australian Capital Territory is the most common country of origin for Woolworth products.
The state has some of the highest minimum wage in the country.
It also has a low rate of alcohol consumption and an average crime rate of 4.4 per cent.
“We don’t sell alcohol, and Woolworth can’t sell us alcohol, so it’s very difficult for us to sell them products made from alcohol,” Woolworth spokesman McPhersson said.
Woolworth said it would not comment on specific customers.