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Worst Appliance Store Ever.
I don't wear a button up shirt or a tie because my job requires me using my hands and getting a little dirty. Since they close so early I did not have time to get changed. The female sales person was rude to me, like she didn't want me to be in her store. I brushed it off and decided to at least look around at what they had but there wasn't anything to look at.
Their stock is very limited, the sales personal are rude. I'm gonna go back to Sears.
Recent Visit. Decided to check out the appliances this store had to offer due to commercials I had seen on television. As soon as I entered the store I was greeted and offered help. I said I was just looking at this time and the salesperson continued to pursue a conversation that suggested that I did not know how to decide on how to choose products in their store. When I again stated that I was just l looking to see what they had to offer, the salesperson essentially followed me into each of the aisles as I tried to read the product information slips. The salesperson subsequently approached me again and suggested that I might not be able to make a choice on my own. By this point I was starting to get aggravated by the fact that the salesperson was not giving me any space or time to view the products I had gone there to evaluate. Again I stated that I was just looking. Finally, she left, but within a minute another salesperson approached me and started using the same technique of suggesting that I needed her help. At this point, I had had it with this experience, so I left thinking that this was one of the worst experiences I have had in a retail store in many years. I don't expect to return to this store anytime soon. It's their loss because I am in the market for three major appliances.
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