GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA -- I scheduled a PICK UP on 11/25. The so-called store manager ASHLEY told me that they would close at 7pm and I had until 530pm to pick up. I sent someone to the location who arrived at 4pm to see that the store was closed. I called to let her know how upset I was about this and she basically tells me that they don't care. She now isn't the manager but "key holder"... whatever that is, then tells me that the real manager is willing to offer DELIVERY at no charge in 2 WEEKS... and called it complimentary.
I told her they needed to appease a customer who they have wronged and she said this is all they will do (COMPLIMENTARY for something I NEVER asked for??? AND IN 2 WEEKS???) OK. So I asked if her or her manager cared about losing a customer and she basically said no in a roundabout way so NO CUSTOMER IS VALUED HERE obviously. And furthermore, how unprofessional is it to close a store on a whim? Like it's a gas station or something... I'm so disgusted with these people. They would appease someone cursing them out and acting BLACK which I kept it professional when they are very disgusting.
ROME, GEORGIA -- I had been a customer of Badcock since 2008. Never ever being late on a payment. Purchased kitchen table, king bed, king mattress, 2 recliners, washer and dryer and a few odd and ends. I always stayed below my credit limit of 4,000.00. Always paid on time. They never not one time had to call me about a payment. I even drove 70 miles round trip back when they didn't take payments online just to make my payment.
Well I hadn't purchased anything in a while. After paying my last purchase off early I go into the Rome, GA store to purchase a new bed. Total was 2,800.00. Well below the 4,000.00 limit I had. Well guess what? They flat turned me down. Yep. Flat turned me down and my credit is not bad. Credit score 670-690. If they don't want my business that's up to them but it's pure principle. I paid their exorbitant prices. Always paying on time and even paying off early for approx. 5 years and now I'm not good enough for them.
To top it off it says on the front door and on their website "ALL CREDIT ACCEPTED" so I questioned corp about false advertisement. She told me that was for new customers. I was not a new customer so loyal customers don't matter to them. So if a new person came in with my exact credit profile and income they could get credit. This goes over my head.
MOORESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA -- It's very sad that a company treats loyal customers like this one has. We have furnished 3 houses over the last 11 years from Badcock. Never had an issue and we have dealt with 3 different locations. Well, we ordered furniture and had to deal with a different store. The experience was horrible. After a month we still had not got all of our items. But of course got a bill.
The manager told us on real occasions they would be there at a certain time but NEVER showed up. No call or anything. This happened 3 times and as you know you have a few hour window so we had to have someone wait all 3 times. This manager, Kevin, is so rude, obnoxious, he should not be a manager at all. He lied to corporate about the situation.
We are so over this so we told them to come get the furniture that was delivered and will you believe they are trying to charge us a return fee of several hundred dollars it's very clear they don't care about loyal customers they are the ones that will lose. I bet we have spent $15000 at least over the years and was getting ready to purchase a bedroom suite. It's sad we will never ever buy from this company again. Beware everyone, as to date, 7-5-16, still no call back.
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA -- We purchased a red bonded leather sectional. It began flaking off so badly you could see it on our tile floor. Contacted the owner of the store. She was very nice but said she could do nothing. Told me to contact Badcock direct. I did and sent pictures of the sofa to a lady in customer relations.
She told us to go to the store and get what we wanted. She said they no longer sold that sofa we had. Good. We got an italian leather sofa and loveseat (reclines). We paid a difference but are well pleased. I must say it was a process, but they did make us happy. I cannot say anything bad about the company, and wish everyone else well that is having problems.
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE -- We went in the store in December 2015 and ordered a bed set. We were told it would be delivered the week after Christmas because they were switching warehouses. They came to deliver the bed on 12/28 and they had the footboard, dresser, mattress, & the wrong color nightstand. We were told that day we would have everything in by the next Thursday.
Well that week the nightstand came in with no headboard. I was rudely told by customer service it was on back order and they had no idea when it would be in and if I didn't want it to return it. The store told me it would be in by the following Thursday.
Well it has now came in & they put the bed together, but we still don't have the beams to support it. Supposedly they are in the warehouse and someone will bring it out tomorrow. We shall see. We sold our bed 3 wks ago and still don't have our bed to sleep in.
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA -- I purchased a bedroom set (4 pieces) from BADcock Home Furniture. The sales agent gave me a delivery time window of 10 AM - 2 PM. I was also advised that I would receive a call at least 10 to 15 minutes before my delivery. I finally called at 2:15 PM after not receiving the furniture. The female that answered the phone advised me she didn't have anything to do with the time and that I should speak with "my" sales agent. When "my" sales agent picked up the line, she advised me that my delivery time window was from 2 PM to 6 PM. She placed me on a long hold.
When she came back she assured me that they would be on their way after packing up their current delivery. I left work early so I could be there when they arrived. Three hours later there was a knock at my door. There was no phone call like I was advised I would receive. The delivery men carried my furniture up stairs to the bedroom. Once the furniture is in the room, one of them asked "Did the sales representative call you about your dresser?" He proceeds to tell me that the dresser was damaged coming from the warehouse. He said that she was supposed to call me to set up a time to deliver my replacement dresser. Of course no one called me.
He pointed out the damage for me to see. I called immediately to advise of the damage and was told I would get a call back. This time I did receive a call back 5 minutes before the store closed. The same sales agent asked me what did I want her to do when I advised her of the damage. Really??? I want the replacement. She then stated she would call me back the next day because she couldn't find my paperwork. Once I was off the phone, I checked the bed. GUESS WHAT, the bed was broken too!!!
Why would any business deliver a product to a customer that they knew was broken, defective or damage when they received it??? I didn't purchase any scratch/dent furniture or as-is furniture so why would it be delivered that way.
CONYERS, GEORGIA -- I bought a North Shore living room furniture set in November 2012 (couch, chair with ottoman and an accent chair) in GA. I asked that the furniture be left in the plastic to protect it because I was moving to TN. In Sept 2014. I noticed something was on the cloth of chair. I cleaned it immediately to keep it from staining. In Oct 2014, I turned cushion over to maintain the fullness of cushion. There was a big #55 & a #2 in blue on the cloth. With help of my family, we figured out someone wrote those numbers on the cushion with a black marker.
When I cleaned the cloth and left it damp to dry, the marker on cushion bled through onto the chair's cloth. We saw other numbers with a word stamped in black on side of cushion 452fusion 8/17. I called customer service in Fl, and I told them I needed to speak to a supervisor when I was told my warranty was up. The supervisor was no help either. The supervisor said that I had no protection plan, and my warranty was over. Also, I was told it wasn't their fault. It was the manufacturer's fault, and the product was no longer made.
I told the supervisor that I saw the accent chair still on their website. I was told that they had a few more left in stock, but they couldn't take the cushion off a chair and give it to me or a different cloth cover. I told the supervisor that even though the company hadn't manufactured the product; it was sold by Badcock so they should be responsible. Of course, supposedly, I am the only person who has had this problem. I have bought Badcock products at different times over the last 20 years.
This will be my last time, and I hope anyone that reads this review will take my advice. Please pass it along to others too; DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM BADCOCK FURNITURE STORES. I had trouble sending pictures. I'm not sure what this is. I will try again to send correct ones.
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA -- We purchased a sectional sofa and large footstool from Badcock furniture in Okeechobee, FL. The price was reasonable but we were told there would be no warranty on it. I guess because it was a floor display? Anyway the "no warranty" was most likely due to the fact that the items purchased were barely in the front door before they started disintegrating!!
We are a senior couple, with my husband's sister living with us, also a senior. No children, no undue stress on the sofa, etc., etc. We just sit on it!!! Everywhere our bodies have touched the sofa it is Flaking off. This is supposedly a leather sofa.
We would never, ever buy from this company again. I may be old but I ain't that stupid YET! On the upside we did purchase a bedroom suite for my sister-in-law living with us and so far, so good. This was before the sofa purchase, so no more buying from this company...
EUSTIS, FLORIDA -- I paid $600.00 for a lift chair. Got it home and on the side the wood frame was showing. They sent someone out and said they would replace it. It was faulty. Next, they said I had to pay $59.99 to have this picked up and get the new one or drop it off and get the new one. Wayne was rude and began to say maybe I damaged it, even when his worker said they could see the fabric has not been attached well.
He expects me to lift a chair that is 150 pounds on my truck with my 81-year-old mother. I used boards and gravity to slide this down with my 81 father, which is a bit more than lifting it. I have used this store and I see a change with the service. After many purchases this is my last.
I will also post this on the BBB site since nothing in my paperwork states this. So sad for 60.00 they won't make it right. Guess the motto "we'll make it right" is just fantasy. Maybe soon the new motto will be "We don't give a damn" with the items they sell. They don't care that I am out of gas and time for a product that was not done correctly.