Badcock Furniture Complaint - Ex-employee

Review by eatmonsharon14 on 2011-10-14
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA -- Ex emoloyee I understand other reviews more furniture went out of store than came in. Management only wants your money for merchandise. We also were paid to add insurance on your account and they will not stand by their products. Saw manager sell furniture that they knew was broken or flawed. Worse place I ever have worked for they do not stand behind their products and know they are taking your money
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-10-14
Posted by Skye on 2011-10-14:
Have you attempted to report your ex-employer to the State Attorney General or the Department of Consumer Affairs for what you are accusing them of?

Posted by lexophiliac on 2011-10-14:
The end goal of a business is to be profitable. Managers have owners and corporate they have to answer to. It is a simple economical business practice to not have a lot of furniture in the store and to order from the manufacturers as needed and a common practice to receive commissions for selling insurance and warranties. Floor models and furniture with flaws are often sold at substantial discounts to customers, and if unknown to the customer, can be refused by the customer upon delivery. Warranties and insurance cover specific things as stated in the terms, and if an issue falls outside of those terms there is nothing wrong with denying the claim. If the denial is illegitimate, the customer has legal recourse.

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