It’s the same story with other popular online stores that have tried to be all things to all people, but it’s not always the case.
For instance, the clothing site Forever 21 has had a few controversies in recent months for its online sales, and one recent incident led to the store being forced to issue a recall of some of its products.
It was also recently forced to shut down after the company discovered a possible security vulnerability in its software.
Now, one of those incidents has resulted in the demise of another online store that’s been around for a while: Sunglass Shop.
While the company has had some issues in the past, the latest came recently with the launch of a new website that is aimed at younger shoppers.
While the website was supposed to be a replacement for the older site that was previously available, the company’s sales team noticed a number of issues with the website, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The site had the word “Sunglass” written on its front page, and the word had been spelled incorrectly.
So the company removed the word from its website, and launched a new one that was more accurate and grammatically correct.
The site has been available for a few weeks now, but the company says it has been experiencing “system issues,” and is planning to roll out the new site to the rest of the sites that are using the website.
But the company told the Journal that it plans to offer refunds to those who were inconvenienced, and has also contacted the company that made the site.
The new website is a lot more sophisticated than the old one, and features a much larger, more colorful font and the ability to customize its site’s layout.
The website is also now more comprehensive with a search bar that allows users to search for a product by its name, color, and model.
However, many people were disappointed by the redesign, saying that the brand seemed to be “muddy” and not “up to snuff.”
According to the Journal, the changes were made to help the brand stand out from other online retailers, and because of that, the brand lost more than $1 million.