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Never Order Online: Horrible
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Rating: 1/51

FLORIDA -- I ordered a pair of Nike that I was supposed to receive between the 10th-12th and it is now the 13th. Both UPS & Nike (Promised) my delivery was going to make it by the 12th, now they are saying it is delay till the 15th. I asked for a future discount because now I have to wait additional days for an order that I placed on the 8th. They would not even offer my a little discount for the hassle I have to go through. Horrible customer service & I will not be ordering online with Nike ever again!

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Really Poor Service
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BEAVERTON, OREGON -- I ordered a pair of Nike Free RN 2017 Essential ID's on 7/14/17, because the site said custom made and delivered to you in three weeks or less, which would be a deadline of 8/4/17. I got a notification on 7/31/17 that the order was completed, and said just shipped. However, I couldn't track the order. On 8/4, I contacted customer service and was told that the shoes would be delivered today 8/7/17.

The next day, I finally was able to track the shoes and said that expected delivery was 8/10/17, so I called customer service again. The representative told me that sometimes it will say longer because of clearing customs but was told that they were en route and would still be delivered on 8/7, which I could live with.

So, today is 8/7, and I check the tracking, and the shoes are still in Taiwan, with an expected delivery date of 8/10. I called customer service to speak to a supervisor and was told one wasn't available. Really upset, because I need the shoes the morning of the 10th for an event. Don't lie to your customers on the website about a delivery time that won't hold true, and don't have two customer service reps lie to a customer telling them delivery times that aren't true.

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Should I Shrink Myself?
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KOTA KINABALU, SABAH -- I bought a sports bra just 3/4 days ago, on Sunday night (Mar 7th). I hadn't even thought of trying it on before purchasing and to only find out that it won't fit when I finally put it on this evening for jogging. I was shocked! My bad, that I took for granted that all M's fit me. But anyway, to recalling that night, none of the Nike staffs even asked what size I want or suggesting me to try it on first.

Adding on, it meant that they're not experienced at all in their own products to know what sizes should fit the customers AND purely unsatisfying service because SHE did not give any kind of service besides taking whatever in my hands to the counter. (Why the heck did I even gave them business?!)

OK, here's the saying, "Customers are always right". We all know why. Simply because we can say ANYTHING RIGHT. I can say that the sales person did not do her job properly.. I buy sth, put it away and forgotten.. I have a busy job, I was tied up and thus etc etc. I can also say that IT WAS JUST THE 3RD DAY LAST NIGHT OF MY ELIGIBLE TO EXCHANGE! The ONE day even counted when it meant losing a brand reputation and possible business loss?? Remember the power of WOM (Word of Mouth). Yes, I am not satisfied.

When I went over tonight, and talked to the salesgirl who "served" me that Sunday, she called her "Supervisor" by phone and I can tell she was telling her a whole lot of reasons and rubbish that I cannot exchange. I was thinking then, "if she was smart and knows how damn important brand reputation is, she'd let me change." I mean, what the heck, the product still smells new, barely gone anywhere, done anything etc. What problems would the exchange can cause?? But here's what the salesgirls said, "we can't change it for you because it has already been keyed-in into the computer. It'll mess up the stock."

Now, tell me, what can't a computer do? Isn't everything computerized and it is technically, practically, theoretically arranges EVERYTHING for the STOCK "MESS" at the click of a damn mouse! Isn't it?? I can give a good reason why the "Supervisor" or boss didn't allow the exchange. BECAUSE THE STORE IS NOT MAKING GOOD SALES. Full stop. She didn't want to take the risk of not being able to clear stock. Think again. There will be a lot MORE stocks you wouldn't be able to clear by month-end or year-end. C'mon, if your store was making good sales, you wouldn't mind the exchange. Regular customers, regular sales = confidence in your store.

I know they are bound to policies. Again.. ONE day??? What am I going to do with the sports bra which doesn't even fit me?? I can just donate it back to the store, if you know what I mean. Shrink myself to fit in perhaps. "Haha." I don't know. I'm wrong in a way but I'll let you think about the situation. Well, no more a Nike regular I am!

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Longest Delivery Period Ever!!!
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Rating: 1/51

AUSTRALIA -- I have order shoes online on the 16th. It says arrival date 19 to 27. Imagine!! 10days after my order, that's the only time they will have the item then another 10 days to ship? This is so terrible! I ordered through Nike itself as I thought it will be quicker than any other sneakers shop. But it was the worst!

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Durability - Nike does not stand behind its product
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Rating: 1/51

BEAVERTON, OREGON -- I purchased a pair of Nike Lunar, model 705461-002, in July 2015 from a reputable store for my 10-year-old grandson. He started wearing them in August and to school thereafter. In October, tabs on the sole fell off. I contacted Nike, filed a claim, and sent them in for evaluation. Nike disallowed the claim citing normal wear and tear. I cannot understand how a $100 shoe can become unusable in less than 3 months by a non-runner.

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Sandals Falling Apart Within a Year
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Rating: 1/51

FLORIDA -- We live in Florida, and wear sandals a lot, so instead of the Walgreens/Walmart brands (BTW, hold up for years), my wife moved up (??) to a nicer, pricier brand, Nike Max Air. They are completely falling apart after less than a year, even though the soles have minimal wear. Contacted the company, got info to return at JC Penny's.

JC Penny will not take them back, even they said it looked like faulty workmanship, but would not return. I read your return policy, honestly, who keeps receipts for sandals. I guess she is stuck with an inferior product that will go in the trash after paying good money for them. I'm sure this will affect her future decision making on foot wear, I know it will affect mine.

BTW, let me give you an example of exceptional customer service. I owned a Columbia rain gear set, the seams let loose on the jacket and I contacted the company. They apologized for the failure, asked my size, and sent me a new jacket, no questions asked. It isn't like she is trying to scam you, you can clearly see the foot wear is literally coming apart. I've read comments on http://www.mythreecents.com/ about the Nike customer service, so I am not expecting much. Maybe your tag should say, "pay good money for this product, but it will probably fall apart before it wears out." Now that's truth in advertising!!!

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Defective Nike Shoes
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PENNSYLVANIA -- After less than 3 months I noticed that both of my shoes are splitting in the same place. I notified NIKE. They informed me that I have to ship the shoes back to them. So I packed them in the original box with proof of purchase. About 3 weeks later I received my shoes back with a letter stating, "Problem caused from an outside abrasion. Not covered under DEFECT MATERIAL." When I called them back to question. The person I talked to, told me that he was NOT the one that inspected my shoes and there was nothing he could do. I spent $140.00 for these shoes.

ALSO, NIKE kept my original box and Proof of Purchase. I also questioned about why I didn't receive those items back. I was told that in the claims description, it states that they DO NOT send any of that back to you. NIKE has also put marks inside of my shoes with a marker. NIKE refuses to give me a discount towards any other purchases. I told them that I will tell everyone that I know, DO NOT BUY NIKE. They charge high dollars for cheap shoes. I also went back to wearing MERRELL's. They last longer and hold up tons better.

NIKE personnel, is like talking to robots. They will only talk and say what is on the computer screen in front of them. I asked a question and the person I was talking to, actually ask me to wait a moment so he could find the answer on the computer. My opinion about NIKE is that they sell cheap shoes with high prices and THEY will not make good on defective products.

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Nike Air Max 90 Premium
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BEAVERTON, OREGON -- After only three months of wearing, plus a few more months keeping them in the box, the shoe's rubber outsole ruptured and the midsole cracked. Not being from the States, Nike just doesn't care and their local office (Nike EON Croatia) in my country even less so. Nike USA points to the local office, the local office (Nike EON Croatia) refuses to directly take any liability for a defective product pointing to the retailer and the retailer shrugs their shoulders saying that the local office will only accept returns up to 3 months after the purchase was made.

Plus, the shoes may be legendary and great looking, but comfort is not their stronger side. Wet traction is awful, paint on the midsole cracks and chips off and the inside around the heel wears out way too quickly. All in all, the Air Max 90 are great shoes to keep on a shelf as a piece of design art, but as a shoes they are subpar.

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Defective Shoes
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I purchased a pair of black Nike Shoxs and wore them occasionally (2-3 times per month) over a 9 month period- causal wear. When I noticed that the cloth on both of the shoes was beginning to turn white. I took the shoes to where I purchased them and was told it was past the 4 month return policy however, to return them to Nike as there was definitely a defect. I called Nike and found out what I needed to do and I paid to ship the shoes to Nike. About 3-4 weeks after I sent in the shoes, they were then returned to me with a note stating the soles were not defective.

Needless to say I was confused as the note I sent to Nike indicated the side of the shoe was turning white and had nothing to do with the sole. I called Nike and again they stated to send the shoes back in (I paid to send back a second time). About 3 weeks later I received the shoes back again stating they were denying the claim as there was nothing wrong with the shoe. It is amazing that they cannot get it right - anyone looking at the shoe can see that there is a defect. The cloth is in perfect condition however, the white fading on the black cloth is consistent on both of the shoes and is anything but normal.

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