Poor Customer Service
STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS -- I drove up around 6:00 on a Friday night and ordered the 8 piece mixed with two sides and a sweet tea. When I got to the window to pay, two high school or college aged kids said they were out of mixed, but had wings. I asked how long and they said 15-20 minutes. I had already paid when they told me this. They said they could substitute tenders (if I had wanted tenders I would have ordered tenders). At this point, I said fine. It is now 6:10 and I am in line and another young girl comes out and ask if I ordered the dark. I said no, and told her my story. She said she was looking for the person with dark, but the mixed should be ready by the time I got to the window. It is now around 6:14 and another young man comes out with my chicken. I said the young girl told me a few minutes ago that the mixed should be almost done. OK, exact words from Robert, this is a "common problem" at this time. Really. So, I got his name, the young person in charge's name, the managers name and owners. No numbers can be given out, you have to go online. I decided to call Richie/Rickie, the manager working at this time. Again, exact words, we had 5 big orders before you and this does happen. Again, I DO NOT CARE ABOUT ANYONE BUT MY ORDER. I told the manager he should have said "I am sorry for your inconvenience". Period and simple. I do not care that this is a COMMON PROBLEM. But what a novel idea if this is common to adjust your cooking. He (Rickie), said we do not cook a lot in advance (continuing the excuses). Hello. Chicken EXPRESS. I did not get my sweet tea. Crappy, crappy service. I will not go back. They may be the only Chicken Express, but not the only game in town that sells chicken. Customer service training might be another idea.