Sears Home Delivery is Frightening For Women
PALMDALE, CALIFORNIA -- We purchased a mattress and box spring set at Sears in Palmdale, CA. The store itself was alright, but the delivery and customer "after care" was horrific.
The guys they sent to my home to deliver the products did not speak any English and showed up with hands covered in some sort of black substance. I asked then to wash their hands and even went so far as to provide them a sink, soap and a fresh towel (which had to be trashed after). They put in the box springs and as they were lowering the mattress I saw greasy hand prints all over the bottom and sides of my new $3K bed. I said "stop...look at that grease and dirt on my purchase, that is disgusting and will invalidate my warranty". The guys, who did not 'speak English' said "oh no, only piss or blood on the top will invalidate warranty, its no problem". I said it was a problem and I'd like to see the delivery manifest. I asked them to step outside my home, wrote comments on the manifest and took a photocopy, refused to sigh for the delivery and called Sears.
Sears said "yes that does invalidate your warranty, we will replace both box springs and the mattress". A week later another truck shows up, with one box spring.
We are waiting on two new box springs and a new mattress tomorrow, God help us!
This is the very last time I spend my heard earned money at this establishment.
Note: Sears will not provide the name of the delivery company. Sears will not provide the name or ID of the delivery people. How safe do you really feel shopping with a store and having your wife alone at home accepting products in your home from strangers, a group of unidentified men in this day and age?
Sears does not care about its customers. Sears does not care about the safety of its female customers in their homes, and they will never receive our business again.
Note 2: The (800) Sears service call center provide incorrect phone numbers when asked for a complaints department. They claim to be running some sort of contest on their sales receipts and they provide you with a web site to give feedback. The only way to actually get the right number is to put "Extremely Dissatisfied" as your survey responses. The number listed is the "Sears National Customer Relations Center", but the guy I talked to tonight (Solomon) Unit #49028 said that this department name has not been used for over three (3) years.
Sears...you really do suck!