Good Feet Store - De Feet!

Arch Supports - Complaint
Review by jerwal on 2012-08-09
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CRANBERRY TWP., PENNSYLVANIA -- My 83 year old mother went there because she suffered two strokes and was having a difficult time walking. The guy talked her in to supports that cost $295 and they did nothing but hurt her feet. She went back to return them and he told her that there are no returns! She scheduled an appointment to see him and when she got there, the girl told my mother that it was his day off. The girl gave her a pair of tennis shoes and took her supports! That was after they ruined her first pair because they tore the insoles out to install this piece of crap!

I don't understand their contract. It sounds like you need to ask for some kind of arbitration, then you need to go to a court in California if arbitration doesn't work! Why can't a local magistrate take care of this in Pennsylvania? Why do we, as a state, allow them to do business here if we can't take them to court here? Is that the trick to ripping people off? Do we set up a west coast business and open up east coast stores to keep people from taking us to court? Why has there not been a class action suit against this company? That's okay if some of you believe that they helped you.

That's great if they did. But don't minimize what this company has done to others. Is it okay if a heart doctor takes care of my mother, but decides that he can make more money on yours if he gives her a cheap heart valve that he knows doesn't work for her? Just because he was good to me, it doesn't mean he is doing the right thing! This company is a huge rip-off! They are not doctors and shouldn't be pretending to be one! In my opinion, this is a case of malpractice! They need to be stopped!

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