THE VILLAGES, FLORIDA -- The home we bought 3 years ago was furnished totally with Ashley Furniture. One of the drawers on the dresser did not close correctly. We tried to get a new slide for the drawer and was told they do not make repair parts for this series of furniture any longer. If we wanted to try to fix it, we could go to an Ashley Furniture store and look for something compatible and call back to see if they had that part in stock.
The furniture was 3 years old, not 23. I was not trying to get anything exotic to fix - a drawer slide. So, once the furniture is no longer being made you cannot get repair parts for it. And you have to shop from store to store to try to fix it yourself. My husband and I called 3 times and spoke to the same woman every time. Do they only have one person in customer service? We tried emailing and never got any response. There is no service in customer service from Ashley Furniture.
GLEN COVE, NEW YORK -- My husband and I purchased a firm Stearns and Foster Mattress from Ashley Furniture at the Glen Cove location in NY. Three months later, I am sinking into my mattress. They sent out a "tech" to take a look at the mattress and I saw the report he wrote. The mattress was sinking. Now, Ashley claims he reported nothing wrong with the mattress and everything is fine. They refuse to replace my mattress. I paid over $1000 for this item and I am completely dissatisfied. They are refusing to take any action.
Please be advised never buy anything from Ashley. Their customer service is **. They are only kind to you when you're purchasing items and the moment they sell the item to you, they are nasty and do not want to help you! Do not buy from them! They are frauds!
JONESBORO, ARKANSAS -- We recently purchased a tempur-pedic mattress from Ashley Furniture in Jonesboro after looking at several stores around town. We thought we picked out a mattress that was more expensive but worth the extra $ for comfort and longevity as we had our previous mattress for more than 15 years. They told us a memory foam mattress takes a few days to get adjusted to as it is a little different than an inner springs mattress but once we adjusted we would love it. Well, in our fatigue of looking at many stores we neglected to ask about their return policy on the mattress if it didn't work out.
After sleeping on the mattress for 2 weeks and still not adjusting I was ready to exchange and get a different mattress. The store does not really have a return policy on mattress (I don't think) but we contacted our sales person and he had the store manager to contact us.
Brad the store manager was very gracious and allowed us to exchange the mattress (in the middle of the craziness of the store moving locations) and even pick out an additional piece of furniture to make up the difference in the cost of the less expensive mattress. I am grateful for his attitude of "we just want you to be happy with your purchase" and "we want to make it right with you!" Great customer service!! I am sleeping better on our 2nd choice of mattress and love the additional piece of furniture.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA -- I called and told them the mattress I purchased after a few months was sagging where we sleep, but the middle was firm. They sent someone out and he saw the out of shape on both sides and said, "When you sit on the bed it really sags but when you get up it comes back up." But the way they measure it, it has to sag 1 inch, mine was 7/8 but like I told him, "Look how it sags." He said, "I see how bad it is but has to be 1 inch with no one on it, but I'll tell the office and they'll get back to you." NEVER heard back, so Ashley Furniture was the worst but most of all never buy a Beauty Rest Mattress.
MIAMI, FLORIDA -- I apply to this company. After 1 month I still waiting for my recliner. I'm very disappoint with this company. Professional management and delivery company working very bad with the customer. I'm not recommend this company to buy anything. They working very bad.
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA -- I was told by Ashley today that they have not gotten enough complaints on the DuraBlend material to warrant taking it out of their stores. Please email any pictures of your "peeling" sofa to: **. My couch, loveseat and chair are peeling and flaking, disintegrating before my eyes.
AUSTIN, TEXAS -- Good afternoon. This is in regards of the worst service I never got before. I am a customer since 2002, and I been purchased all my furniture with you (El Paso and austin area). Two years ago I purchased a bed set and a dining set (3000.00). After that I remember that on my last purchases I bought the premium warranty (one for 99.99 and two for 79.00 all in El Paso, TX). So I deal with ** (store manager by that time). She explained to me that because I bought in El Paso, I'll be difficult to give me the credit. Anyways I wait for 2 weeks and she called me to inform me that I got the credit. By that time I decided to wait.
3 Weeks ago I decided to buy a new living room set (2000.00) and I explained to the salesperson about the credit. He pointed me to the store manager (**) and she just told me that we need to start all over again. She asked me for the paperwork and I asked El Paso store for it and they email me with it. I pass the paperwork to her and she mentioned that will take about 10 days. I went Saturday for it and the customer service lady just told me "I don't know anything, you need to speak with the store manager."
I came in today and she was there. She asked me for the paperwork again and I told her "you guys already have it." She said no. I brought the paper again and she start gave me a story about the credit only applied on same items like if you bought the premium warranty on a sofa, the credit is only on a sofa purchase. I told her "tell me what you say to your customers when you are selling this warranties." She don't told me anything and I, just repeated, "looks this is what you say your customers if you buy this premium warranty and you don't use in five years you can get full store credit, or am I wrong?"
She just explode and she told the lady next to her to call the police yes the police. I told her "OK just cancel my purchase please." She told me "it is done" and then I asked her for a receipt. She gave a paper and she told me "you'll get a check in 15 days," but the paper doesn't said that. I asked her for a paper that said that and she got a picture frame with a policy and she put that in my face.
She told me "get out of my store or I going to call the police again." I just told her "don't worry I am calling the police now." The police told me that they got a call already about it and just explain that I just want to let them know that I not doing nothing that ask for my money back. What an experience. What a way to lose customers. Looks like $179 hurt you guys a lot. Cannot wait to see you sink with that kind of service. Is horrible. Thanks for taking the time to read this
ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA -- As a Veteran, and as many veterans do, we have a great deal of pride and integrity when it comes to our word. To us, that word alone could be the difference between life or death. It alone holds a bound. This is not the case with Ashley Furniture and their team.
My wife and I had the opportunity to purchase a fifteen piece living room group at a very affordable price. Our sales associate was amazing (would recommend that he find a different company). Based on this purchase and the future purchases; to include dining room, toddler room, and master room, we donated all of our furniture. The furniture that we purchased was delivered in a timely manner.
At the time of delivery we noted multiple areas of damages. We discussed this with the delivery team. The team stated that the"damages that we did see were annotated at the delivery docks and were shown to delivery manager." Their operational procedure is to "deliver the damaged furniture as is and let the customer make a decision based on if the customer sees the damages." Out of the fifteen pieces that were delivered, twelve were visible damaged. Three boxes, which contained accessories, were damaged on the outside. Leading to the contents of the interior being compromised.
Furthermore; in the process of the delivery, one of the delivery team cut himself and bled on the carpet in several places. I failed to mention the damages to the walls. We contacted the store several times. Speaking with admin assistant, we were informed that it was the managers day off but she would have the customer service manager give us a call. We afforded the CR manager to return our call with no call by the close business. Called next business day and spoke with admin assistant a second time. She stated that the "GM had just walked in. She would speak with him about the damages." No call was received by the close of business.
I again returned a call to the store and this time spoke with GM whom had not heard a single mention of the problems. He stated that the damages were the responsibility of a contracted delivery service. Whom by the way drive trucks with Ashley marketing. Not the responsibility of Ashley furniture. I did have an opportunity to speak with the customer service manager, who was obviously very put out by my call. She was also unaware of the issues. But wait, even after explaining to her the issues, she put everything off on someone else and had no resolution.
Another called placed to GM, was received again very negatively. At this time I was informed by the GM/Regional manager that he would have the delivery manager, who was responsible for damages give me a call. Then stated that he spoke with delivery manager who was going to call me to come by and take pictures.
This never happened until I had to escalated the issue to the Attorney Generals level. The delivery manager and GM both stated that the furniture is delivered as is because people need a place to sit?? My words to them both. I came into the store and made a purchase based on what they were representing. Furniture that was aesthetically pleasing, that was not what was delivered and was very misrepresented. Needless to say, we cancelled this order and had all items picked up. We also cancelled our future purchases.
As a Veteran, I encourage all Veterans to really reflect on this companies integrity and honor. After all was said and done, the blame was placed on the young married man at the bottom. As soldiers, that man at the bottom is just as important as the man at the top. He may be the one that saves your life. We don't blame him. We pick him up and bring along. Show him what it means to have integrity and honor. Above all show him that you have ethics.