CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA -- They have the worse customer service ever! Don't give them your business. I purchase 2 bedroom sets for Christmas. 1 for my twins and 1 for my oldest son. I purchase these items on Nov 4th. They are schedule to be delivered on Christmas eve Dec 24th. Rooms to Go called me the week before to confirm my address and the shipping address. They called my husband today... A day before Christmas Eve... the delivery date to tell us that our Headboard is out of stock for my oldest son and that it won't be in until Jan 24th. They told my husband that the country that they are receiving it from didn't ship it in time. So it will be a little delayed.
Needless to say I was extremely upset so I called into customer service. I spoke with ** in Tampa Florida at 1:47pm. He told me that he couldn't assist me because it was an online order and that he would have to give me the online order number. I told him that I didn't have a pen or paper at the time so I wanted him to transfer me and he said that he doesn't have the ability to transfer calls. I find it hard to believe that a big company like Rooms To Go can't transfer calls between depts. He tried to explain that my headboard won't be in until Feb. At that time I got real upset because they told my husband Jan. NOT FEB. So I asked to speak with a supervisor.
He said that he can write it up and someone will call me back within 48 hours. I told him that was unacceptable and I want a supervisor. He said that no one was able. I offer to hold until someone became available and he said that he would have to hang up on me because he can't wait 48 hours on the phone. I took his information down and proceed to call online support. I received ** in Seffer, FL. He told me that my headboard won't be in until Feb 11th. He confirmed at the time that I placed the order the headboard was available and in stock. I told him that I needed him to fix it.
He gave me two options... to keep my order, everything else will be delivered tomorrow and my headboard will come on Feb 11th or to cancel my order and get a refund. I explained to him that this was a Christmas gift for my oldest son and that I cleaned out his entire room yesterday to prepare for the delivery. I don't understand why they waited until the day before the order was suppose to be delivery to tell us that it won't be complete. I asked for a credit and he told me that they can't. I then explained that I also purchase bunk bed for my twins at kids Rooms To Go and spent $2k on their set.
So between both bedroom sets I spent almost $3k and that you are messing up my son's Christmas. I also explain that if they called us sooner we would have been able to keep his old bedroom set and wait for everything to be delivered in Feb (which is his birthday month anyways) but they waited until the last minute to notified which took away all of our options. I asked for a supervisor and received **. She told me that she was ** supervisor and offered me a $40 credit. Which I think is an insult. The only other option she provided was do cancel this order and do another order but she doesn't know if it will be in stock and that I will have to look online to do a swap.
I asked to speak with someone higher than her and she said that there is no one in her call center that is above her and that I can't talk to anyone else. I asked for the President's name and she told me that I can do my independent research. This is the worse customer service experience ever. All the reps were condescending and rude. With the amount of money I have spent and that this is a Christmas gift for my kids. This is horrible. I have to wait 3 1/2 months for a headboard.
This is unacceptable. I feel like they waited until the last minute so I wouldn't have any options. I can't cancel it because my son won't have anywhere to sleep. It is impossible for me to find another bedroom set and have it delivered by tomorrow. I will never never do business here and I will tell everyone I know to never do business here. So unprofessional and rude. I wish I could cancel it but it would be heartbreaking to my kid. He will think he was bad all year if he has to live in an empty room with no bed, nightstand, or dresser. I would like someone to call me back and offer a valid solution.
JENSEN BEACH, FLORIDA -- In approximately 2011, I purchased a "leather" living room set. I used the leather protectant liquid to clean the couches regularly and took great care of my furniture. I have no kids and the furniture was not abused. Recently, I have noticed my leather was separating and that I did not have real leather but some type of fake leather appearing plastic film that gives the appearance of leather. The furniture is lightly used and it is in terrible condition.
I contacted customer service because I never expected I would have to purchase new furniture during the time I was still paying for it. I spoke to Millie ** from customer relations and she was extremely sweet and helpful. Millie reviewed pictures of my furniture and replied in an email that she was crediting me with $447 of in-store credit towards "a selection of your (my) choice."
I called Millie and asked if I could purchase a loveseat by itself and she told me I could, as long as the loveseat was $447 or greater. I specifically asked her if I could purchase one item and she told me I could with the understanding that Rooms to Go would be picking up three pieces of my furniture and not just one or two after the reselection was completed.
I visited the Jensen Beach location and dealt with Patrick. I like Patrick and found him to be a very good salesman. Patrick sold me the original set of furniture and he is a familiar face. I explained to Patrick my situation and he reviewed the notes from Millie. Patrick told me I could purchase my choice of a loveseat, a walnut colored loveseat from the Santa Monica collection, with no issues. Unfortunately, Patrick became busy and referred me to Eric.
Eric was nice and also reviewed Millie's notes. Eric found no problem in completing my order of the loveseat for the reselection. Eric was great until I realized on my way home that he charged me for a Force Field Protection Plan without ever mentioning anything about it. I realized I agreed to a contract he never talked to me about.
The frustrating part of this was that I asked Eric at the end of the transaction, when Eric was folding the Force Field Certificate and placing it into my envelope, what I was being charged for. Eric told me I was only getting charged for the balance after store credit and for delivery. He lied. I was also getting charged $63.91 for something he never told me about.
I turned around and went back to the store, approximately twenty minutes later, and was told Eric was off work. Brad then begin to sell me on the product that Eric neglected to do. I told Brad I just wanted the charge removed. Brad referred me to David, the store manager.
I told David what Eric did and David could not care less. David pointed to the back of the store and told me to go to customer service and started to walk away from me, in the opposite direction of where customer service was. I asked David to please show me where customer service was and to perhaps be present when I had to explain to them what happened. David again seemed unphased and not shocked by his employee fraudulently trying to sneak money out of customers. David walked me back to customer service and then walked away.
I explained to Susan what happened. Susan was not friendly at all and told me she credited 63.91 towards my layaway. I told her I did not have a layaway account and I became confused. Susan said I had a balance and she just put the 63.91 to my balance. I then realized the amount she was talking about was actually the amount that Rooms to Go agreed to be responsible for with the $447 store credit. Susan was basically paying Rooms to Go $63.91 from the $447.
I attempted to tell Susan that the $63.91 amount should be returned the same way it was paid just minutes before, on my MasterCard. Susan said she was just going to credit my Rooms to Go credit card. I asked her to not do that and Susan asked me, "What, are you not paying your Rooms to Go credit card?" This is extremely offensive and none of her business. I proceeded to tell her that I have NEVER been late on a payment and I am a responsible debtor. I told her she could look at my payment history, if necessary.
Every time I attempted to explain to Susan what was going on, Susan cut me off and said multiple times, "Let me start over again so you understand." Again, Susan found a way to be offensive, condescending and mean. I eventually asked her to review the notes on Rooms to Go and was able to explain to her what happened without her cutting me off. Susan said she understood and then credited the $63.91 to my MasterCard.
Now, this afternoon, I received a phone call from the Jensen Beach location. Londa said she was not going to honor my reselection because I had to purchase a full package of furniture. I asked Londa to review the notes from Millie and Londa said she sees where Millie wrote, "a selection of my choice" over $447 and where Millie said I would be responsible for bond fees, delivery and any costs over $447. Londa said Millie made a mistake by not emailing me that I had to reselect a whole new package of furniture. Londa said she was canceling my order and I would not be getting my loveseat, which was set to be delivered on Wednesday, as previously agreed.
I have had bad customer service in the past and there is this. I have never felt like I have had to defend everything I do before like I have had in this experience with Rooms to Go. This experience is without doubt, the worst. I have nothing good to say about this company and as it is right now, I will do everything I can to make sure my friends and family never step foot into a Rooms to Go.
MIAMI, FLORIDA -- I purchased it January 2, 2014, and one year and seven months later the love seat has come apart at the seams. Customer service told Lori (who was a snob) that it was out of warranty and there is nothing they can do. I sent a pic anyways with the tear to email@example.com to see if maybe they can do something. I will keep you updated.
FT MYERS, FLORIDA -- Ordered a bed, waited 6 weeks. For delivery and set up. Arrived on Sat 10/11/2014 at 2pm. Was informed that hardware to assemble no with bed. Called store, was promised someone would come that day with hardware and assemble. It's Monday and still no one. Called store to ask them to pick up and was informed of their no return policy. They said they could ship hardware and I could assemble (Ya right ). I was informed I could go to arbitration.
DULUTH, GEORGIA -- Rooms To Go collects customer's money and then does not deliver accurate furniture or furniture in good repair. Order value was approximately $8,000. No refund or cancellation possible according to customer service. Order placed June 24th with delivery scheduled for July 12. July 12th order was “bumped” or re-scheduled to July 22 (10 days later). July 22nd order was delivered with a broken bedroom cabinet ($699 value) and two incorrect night stands ($599). Both the broken and incorrect furniture were left on property as the delivery drivers informed my spouse they could not take it back. I cannot park my vehicle in garage due to broken furniture.
July 28th I called customer service and asked to speak with a manager and explained problems. I was informed that no delivery service refund would be made or could I cancel the order because the furniture had been delivered. I object to this corporate response because in fact the furniture was either broken or incorrect and I did not accept the items. However, because the items were left on property according to Rooms To Go I had accepted the items and delivery was complete. No offer of immediate repair or replacement was made and replacement was scheduled for nine days out. No offer of reimbursement for delivery charges was made.
July 30th - Expected re-delivery of bedroom cabinet and two night stands. Interaction with customer service: I was informed that I am not entitled to any return, cancellation or reimbursement for damaged or incorrect furniture and that I had to wait for repair or replacement. Further I was informed that the company really did not care whether I choose to do business again with Rooms To Go or not because that was my decision. If furniture is delivered on the 30th it will be five weeks from date of order. I feel this is unacceptable and had we known we would have NOT placed the order. Rooms To Go takes your money and delivers (maybe) when it's convenient for them - not you.
MIAMI, FLORIDA -- I got a microfiber dual electric recliner sofa and a love seat from you on March 9, 2013. As of this time since the cushions are all out of shape, flat, and you can feel the springs in them. Also the stains in this 2 pieces of furniture won't come off. I was never given the special cleaner that I was supposed to be given at the time of purchase at your store per your ForceField Exclusive Fabric Protection 3 year Warranty Certificate that I was given with my purchase receipt.
It is obvious that this furniture was never professional treated before delivery as it states on the warranty paper. If I would have been given the cleaner I would have been able to get all the stains off as they occur. When contacted you via email at TellUs@roomstogo.com about this problem a technician was scheduled to come to inspect it. When he came he took pictures of it and was told will hear from you in 3 to 5 business days. Your response to this was: "Set overall soiled and requires professional cleaning. Once this has been done to give you a call to schedule a technician again to re-apply the bond."
I replied back asking about the cushions and comfort of the set in which I received a replied telling me that I never told you about this. I replied again sending you my original email to you so you can see this is not true. I received another response telling me that it didn't matter since nothing it can be done until I get it professional cleaned. I contacted you again via email and told you that it will cost me hundreds to have this done.
I received another response telling me that until I get the furniture professionally cleaned nothing could be done. All this emails were replied by **. It clearly shows you don't care and you are not willing to solve the problem at your expense but at my expense. And only thing you are doing is reapplying the bond. Nothing about the condition of the cushions. I also called your customer service department and I was told a different story. Was told that there was nothing you can do about the cushions/comfort of the set because is no longer under the manufacturer's warranty.
This all clearly shows that you sell very low quality furniture and is not worth it. I had furniture in the past that I have purchased from other places and have lasted years with no problems. This is not the first time I purchased furniture from you but it will be my last. As told you in my emails I will be posting my experience with Rooms To Go in any sources I can find to let everyone else know to be careful about buying things from you and better not to and buy it somewhere else!
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA -- I am a young person and my oldest credit card is only 2 years old. That being said, my payment history is perfect and I do not have any collections. The sales associate who assisted me at the local store told me there were 3 levels of approval, the first being the best with 27 month's no interest and the only down payment being the tax and delivery cost. The second was for 6 months no interest and a 20% down payment. I don't recall the third level.
The issue here is what they DON'T TELL YOU. They work with SEVERAL different lenders. If you are not approved for the 'Premium' level of lending, they will run your credit AGAIN through another lender to try for the second and third levels of approval. This means TWO inquiries on your credit and they are hard hits. As I am just starting out, my credit is easily affected by having multiple hard hits.
I was extremely frustrated with this and let me tell you - they DO NOT CARE. Their goal is to make the sale. I even told the sales representative I worked with that I had come back after looking at several places and he asked if I'd tried to apply anywhere else. I told him that I didn't want to have a bunch of hits on my credit and that I wanted to only apply when there was something I really liked. He still did not relay this bit about two hard hits and he was not a new salesman so it can't be that he just 'didn't know'.
Also, I called the store in town and spoke with the manager who did not care in the least. I then called their Customer Service department and after explaining that I wanted to make a complaint I was transferred to an automated line that just looped. I called back and explained this and was given their real customer service number. I talked with a woman that did not care either and just explained repeatedly that they couldn't do anything and she kept angrily asking me what I expected her to do about it. Customer service is garbage and they're very inconsiderate. BE AWARE!
NORTH CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA -- I believe Rooms to Go buys factory seconds and palms them off on customers as quality furniture. Store policies are not customer friendly and customer service is extremely poor. I will never buy anything from this store again. The items on the sales floor were good quality and well constructed at a reasonable price compared to other local stores. The sales went quickly and easily as we paid in full at the time of ordering.
Everything "had to be delivered by them" and each set had a separate delivery fee (dinning room, living room, office) even though they may be delivered together at the same time. We were not allowed to pick up anything at the store and take it home ourselves. Their delivery people texted, phoned, and emailed us relentlessly. The day of the first delivery, they phoned me 3 times telling me they were "on their way to my house". Those calls were 2 hours apart starting at 10 am.
They delivered a China hutch (minus the glass shelves which they did not point out or even realize??), the dinning room table (leaving screws underneath after they left - had to have a repair man come figure out where they belonged), 4 dinning room chairs (3 had front legs which were wobbly and not able to be tightened - had to be replaced), living room end table (slate top was chipped and the table had to be replaced), and the living room coffee table which was fine.
It has been two weeks since the first delivery and they told me today my glass shelves for the China hutch are "on order" but still have not been shipped and may not be for 90 days. They won't even look into it until it has been 30 days. ** the sales person is supposed to call me today and I want him to take the China hutch back and fully refund my money. Any bets on that happening any time soon??
The second delivery date for the office desk and chair they again phoned, texted, and called. After my bad first experience, I had asked them to check the items prior to loading them on the delivery truck to be sure they were complete, fully assembled, and in good condition. The customer service phone person told me they could not and therefore would not do that.
The office desk was not made correctly at the factory and could not be assembled correctly at my house. The desk chair was also not able to be assembled correctly due to poor workmanship. Refusing to accept delivery, I had them put them back on the truck and now am pursuing a full refund of my money. We will see if getting my money back goes as quickly as they took my money up front.
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE -- We bought our 4 year old a complete bedroom set, which was about $3000. It looked like nice furniture she could keep several years. They scheduled delivery for about a month later, stating that's when the truck would be coming through our area. Their delivery crew consisted of non-English speakers unable to follow specific directions. My house is not difficult to find, but GPS is not accurate in our rural area. I told them that, and gave very specific directions. They still got lost, and proceeded to try to repeatedly call my cell phone along the way.
I work in an operating room, and can not take phone calls at work. The first time they called me along the way, I gave very specific and detailed directions. The driver clearly did not listen to what I said. I also told him I would not be able to answer the phone any more that night, and he would have to call my wife's cell phone, but he failed to listen to me then too. (Or since I didn't say it in Spanish, he didn't understand me). My wife finally called them and got them to our house. But they were driving an 18-wheel tractor trailer, which has no chance of making it up my 1/4 mile long rural driveway. So they unloaded the furniture in my barn and left.
When we moved the furniture to our house, it was missing the headboard and footboard to the bed. We had the rails, but no head or foot. I had to call them 4 times to get it arranged to be shipped to me. They refused to use a private carrier like UPS or FedEx, which would have cost them more than using their non-English speaking delivery people, but would have reliably gotten the missing items sent to me.
They scheduled to have the missing items sent to me in 3 more weeks. So 2 months waiting for them to complete the order. And that's assuming they don't screw up with that one, which would surprise me if it's right next time. Probably will be the same Mexicans in their semi-truck who won't listen to directions, because they think the GPS will bail them out. I wish we had never purchased from them at all, and I would recommend finding some furniture you like somewhere else.