1020 FLATBUSH AVE. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK -- I gave my son money to purchase sneakers as a graduation gift. I am a divorcee whom has had her second son graduate from high school and start college. I usually do not spend money on such high priced sneakers but he had received his Regents Diploma, from a great high school in Brooklyn, NY (Bensonhurst section).
I allowed my son to purchase the sneakers on his own. He returned home he realized that these 175 dollar sneakers were damaged. He has been trying to either exchange them or get his money back. I intervened today when (tried to allow him to purchase these sneakers on his own since he will be 18 in a few months) he was sent to Nike Town, in Manhattan on 57th street for a voucher for 175 dollars. I went and they told us they don't know why they did that because we did not buy the sneakers from them.
I went with my son back to Footlocker in Brooklyn, where my son purchased the sneakers. The young manager refused to give us the money for the defective sneakers they sold my son, and they would not exchange them. I was very upset because the Nike store said to us we have a thirty day policy for returns on the receipt which I pointed out as well to Footlocker. The manager said he was standing his ground. He could not take back sneakers with a new release date!
BROOMFIELD, COLORADO -- Visited the Footlocker at the Flatirons Mall in Co. to show the store a pair of sneakers we have had for 8 months. The right shoes was separating from the sole. She was able to pull up the original receipt. Instead of discussing options with us, she berated us and was very disrespectful, stated that any shoe does not last that long, that defected shoes could only be returned within 30 days and only if they could resold - really Footlocker resells defective shoes. I asked to speak to the store manager and she stated "You are looking at her”... and that was it. Help.
MONROE, LOUISIANA -- I was appalled by what happened to me at the Monroe, Louisiana Foot Locker this Saturday May 01, 2010. I went to the Foot Locker the previous day and asked the store clerk will they getting the Jordan 11 anniversary for May 01, 2010. The store clerk said yes and I asked the her how many size 13 will you have and will it be first come first serve. She told me that it will only be one size 13 and that it will be first come first serve in May 01, 2010.
When the store open on Saturday morning I asked for my size and the assistant manager said she was hold size 12 & 13 for her employees. I asked her “I thought it was first come first serve.” She said, “Who told you that?” I said, “I asked your store clerk that yesterday around 12 noon” and she said nothing. She told me just get the shoe from another store then she got on the phone to somebody and told they better hurry up and get the shoes.
The sad part about it is the Jordan do not make enough shoes for everybody than Foot Locker in Monroe Louisiana only get 12 pair all together and the assistant manager hold the shoes for her employees. I know Foot Locker let their employee get away with stuff like that all they time. I think that her employee should have had to wait in line like everybody else.
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA -- I think that Foot Locker needs to review the hiring process. Every time I walk into a Foot Locker the associates never greet me. I have three children, so I know they see me and when I come in the store they just look and continue to have their personal conversations. This has happened to me in Toledo, OH. and also in a few cities in Georgia. I think this is a pitiful way to run a business.
I have even had a shoe in my hand and the salesperson has walked right past me and helped another person who was just coming in. I HATE FOOT LOCKER AND I WILL NEVER SPEND A DOLLAR OF MY MONEY WITH THIS COMPANY. I will say that I have never had this problem at the lady Foot Locker store but for as many times as this has happened I will not shop lady Foot Locker either.
I recently went to Footlocker to purchase a pair of flip flops. When I walked into the store, I was the only customer in the store, and all the associates were just standing around and having a personal conversations. I easily picked out a pair of flip flops I liked and walked to the cash desk and discovered nobody was staffed there.
I had to walk back to the front of the store and interrupt the employees' conversation and asked if I could pay for this. They rang me through and asked how I would pay for my purchase, I responded by saying "credit". The associate than informed me that the pin pad was malfunctioning and that they could not process any electronic transactions and that I had to pay in cash.
I kindly informed her that I have had many years of retail experience and including a stint at Foot Locker itself and told her that she could call her merchant bank for an authorization and just take a manual imprint of my card and adjust her inventory once her pin pad was up and running again, and that she could do all this without touching her cash register at all.
The associate then told me that she did not have the time to call in (despite the fact that it takes normally five minutes to obtain an authorization over the phone, and that there were NO other customers in the store). I am frankly appalled at the attitude of the employees at this store. I walk past the store almost daily at various times throughout the day and they are never busy (even during back to school or Christmas), now I know exactly why.
My Wife bought me some Jordan shoes and shorts for my birthday. Not knowing the style of shoes or shorts that I wanted I went to Foot locker located in the Ingram mall in San Antonio, TX. The cashier indicated that they have just implemented a new exchange policy that they will not exchange any Jordan brand without a receipt. I was like huh... I was very disappointed I then asked them for their refund policy.
Reading through their store policies for exchanges nowhere does it exclude specific name brand clothing. I have already left a voicemail to the district manager and have called and left voicemails to their executive staff in New York. I am very unhappy with the service I got as I didn't want any money for the returns all I wanted was to exchange my items for a different style.
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE -- I've been a customer of Foot Locker and Kids Foot locker for years and the customer services has gone down. They don't speak when you enter the store they just stand around talking to each other and texting on their phones. These two stores at the Knoxville center mall is not inviting at all, it seems like the customer service went down when certain employees stopped working in there. I really don't think I will shop again with this company and this was not the 1st time I'm dealing with this.
BRISBANE -- I am on a pension and saved to buy my girls a pair of Nike air max each. Within 7days, my oldest daughter's shoes became unsewn all around the toe area. As I cannot afford to buy them new ones I want a replacement.. Pathetic shoes these days. I have worn these my whole life without a problem.. Who makes these shoes? 2 Year olds?
BUFORD, GEORGIA -- After a bad experience with Dick's, went to Foot Locker. Wife had bought two pairs of shoes there and was impressed with customer service. I had a good experience and bought a pair of running shoes. Much, much better than Dick's experience. Sorry for all the bad reviews for Foot Locker. I was very pleased with Mall of Georgia Foot Locker and will return again.
DULLES TOWN CENTER, VIRGINIA -- My boys tried to return unworn shoes they bought last week at Dulles Town Center VA Foot Locker. Their manager ** refuse to honor the return policy written on their receipt. My three children are frequent customer at Foot Locker but this is a big disappointment. ** manager states that they have another unwritten return policy that is not in their receipt. I insisted that they should honor their written policy on their receipt that is a legal document. If anyone have similar problem I will recommend to report Foot Locker to Better Business Bureau.