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  • Not buying for "spite"

    I want a certain cookwear item which I could have ordered online, but I thught I've give a neighborhood store the business (and save myself the shipping chrge).

    They got it for me from a sister store and when I saw it, I wasn't sure I wanted it. One of the salespeople got angry at me - maybe because of the price of gas - and carried on how they made a special order for me and that I shoudln't ask them for favors.

    IMO that's a deal breaker. I'm still not sure I want it, but if I DO decide to get it, I'm thinking to just go to Macy's.

    What do you think?
    I don't want buns of steel. I want buns of cinnamon !!!

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    Re: Not buying for "spite"

    Were they supposed to carry it and were sold out? Getting stuff from a sister store should be routine... again... not the kind of customer service that's going to bring you back into a store. You might just wanna say home for a few days, Choc. Moose!!
    "What fresh hell is this?" Dorothy Parker

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    • #3
      Re: Not buying for "spite"

      Wow, you are having a lot of trouble with customer service. Again, go to Macy's, don't put up with crap like that. Getting items from a sister store is a routine thing for businesses. I don't understand what their problem is. I wouldn't deal with them anymore.

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      • #4
        Re: Not buying for "spite"

        I say move to where people are nicer and grateful for your patronage. NE Oklahoma is nice
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