Freemans Catalogue Contact Number

Freemans Catalogue Contact Number

08435 042 070

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Contact Freemans between:
8am – 11pm
7 days a week

www.freemans.com


Contact Freemans

Contact Freemans Catalogue on 08435 042 070. If you wish to place an order or have a query or issue with your order or account.

This service is available 7 days a week 8am to 11pm.

Freemans offers you the latest looks at affordable prices. With fashion for her, him and the kids, as well as an extensive homes collection. Freemans are your one-stop style shop. With exclusive designs, you can stay one step ahead of the high street and your friends. And, even better, there’s no worrying about affording it all.

Freemans flexible payment terms means you can choose to pay no interest or free up your cash and pay less from month to month. Perfect when you are budgeting for those special occasions like holidays and Christmas.

Freemans is an online catalogue where you can easily purchase a wide variety of products to include

  • Womens wear
  • Mens wear
  • Childrens wear
  • Foot wear
  • Sports and Leisure goods
  • Electrical goods
  • House and garden
  • Christmas Gifts
  • Gifts
  • Exclusive discounts and Offers

The website is very user friendly and for account orders, can also be accompanied by a seasonal paper catalogue. They offer the latest in fashion at competitive prices and also have a large homes collection.

Contact Freemans on 08435 042 070 to find out more.

Your Order

Call Freemans customer services on 08435 042 070 to place an order. This service is available 7 days a week 8am to 11pm. Freemans offer free standard delivery and aim to deliver within two working days throughout most of the UK.

There is also the option for a next day delivery where you can also choose an AM or PM timeslot. Next day delivery is available on any orders placed before 8pm Monday to Saturday (excluding bank holidays).

New customers who open a credit account can get 25% off their first order.

Use the Freemans contact number on 08435 042 070 to find out more.

Customer Returns

If for any reason you are not happy with your product then you can return many items for free via your local post office or by phoning a courier.  Products must be returned in the original packaging where possible. Also within 14 days of receipt.

Contact Freemans customer services on 08435 042 070 to organise a courier collection.

Ordering Online

Orders can be placed online, www.freemans.com.  If you don’t already have an account then one can be set up freely and easily and can be placed online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  You can also use catalog codes that can help you place your orders more quickly.

You can also place orders by phone and Freemans phone lines are open 8am – 11pm, 7 days a week.

Freemans Account

If you have a Freemans account number, then you are able to create a Freemans account. By creating a Freemans account, you are able to order online, track your orders and make payments.  If you already have a Freemans account then you can login to it at the Freemans login page or via the Freemans mobile app. For further information relating to Freemans accounts or if you have any questions, then contact Freemans customer services using the contact number provided. You may need to call the Freemans support number for support with:

  • How to create a Freemans account
  • Login to Freemans account
  • Managing your account with Freemans
  • Edit your Freeman account details
  • Forgotten your Freemans password
  • Reset your password
  • How to delete your Freemans account

Payments

If you do not have a personal Freemans account then you can only pay via credit or debit card. The payment will be taken at the time of the purchase. For customers with a personal Freemans account, there are many more payment methods available:

  • Online
  • App
  • Quickserv
  • Direct Debit
  • Internet Banking
  • Cheque
  • Bank Giro

If you have any questions in regards to Freemans payments, then contact Freemans using the support number provided. You may need to call Freemans for any of the following reasons:

  • Payment methods you can use
  • Your Freemans payment is being declined
  • How long do payments take to go through?
  • Missed payments
  • Unexpected payments on your Freemans account
  • How to change your payment method

History

The company was founded as Freemans & Co in 1905 by four partners, A.C. Rampton, W.E. Jones, S.C. Rampton and H.A. Freeman and began life with only twelve staff out of a terraced house based in Clapham, just outside London. They specialized in selling clothing items and they distributed their catalogue each month throughout the United Kingdom. The initial catalogues were made up of black and white illustrations that reflected the available products.

Of the product range the ‘made to measure’ suits were a success, offering a cheap tailored The company used agency representatives in local areas as a form of credit control and to manage sales, with most goods being sold on credit. Women however were restricted by law as they could not negotiate credit arrangements and required a husband’s signature to purchase goods. Therefore the majority of agents were men.

A year later, newly named Freemans of London moved to larger premises. In 1914 the company was forced to direct its efforts towards the war effort and ceasing expansion focuses on buying blankets and selling them to the Government and the armed forces.

The 1920’s saw the introduction of colour photography in the Freemans catalogues and the company continued to expand, with 200 people being employed by 1922.

Freemans grew to dominate the mail order landscape in the 1930s, being the largest mail order company in the UK with over 30,000 agents.

By 1937 Freemans had expanded their product line to include important labour saving household service items such as vacuum cleaners and washing machines. Now in new offices they also became a privately held company.

Location

Being situated so close to London had unfortunate consequences during the Second World War as the Clapham offices were bombed killing 23 members of staff and destroying all company records. However the company continued to trade, now limited to a much smaller range of products due to the scarcity of suppliers and more essential use of raw materials. In fact the catalogue featured only clothing items, but these could now be purchased using the newly introduced coupon rate system. By the end of the war as rationing had taken full effect, clothing coupons were the only way to pay for clothes.

Despite the staff count reducing to less than 300 by 1945, the 1950s was a period of boom for the mail order industry. New levels of disposable income as part of a ‘post-war’ boom led to increased levels of consumerism and this was reflected in the success Freemans enjoyed.

By 1950 the post-war boom had left many people with more money than they knew what to do with. Freemans capitalized on this fact and revamped their catalogue. Coming out with a fully colorized 1000 page catalogue. It was distributed by mail and featured a much wider range of products. The credit proposition was also giving Freemans a USP that wasn’t available on the High Street.

Public

In 1963 Freemans PLC was floated on the stock market as it became a public limited company and installed its very first computer, being the first mail order company to do so. This was just one example of how Freemans built a name as the most pioneering mail order company in the UK, followed by the introduction of telephone ordering and digital catalogues.

Once again Freemans looked at an innovative way to progress their business as they introduced a telephone ordering service for its agents. This was further developed five years later as a telephone system was introduced to deal with both customer and agent queries.

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