Tuesday, October 23, 2007
presume you are dishonest; don't try to return an item
I recommend you look elsewhere, unless you like being presumed dishonest. I needed to return an item, and when I asked what is the reason behind the return policy, the reply from the apparent matriarch of the business was, "You could have used the product, before you return it." Although my receipt showed my purchase just beyond the 30 days stated in their company policy, I'm amazed at getting this attitude on a $25 item. I had not used the paint in question, because I got rid of the piece which I bought it for. This woman seemed determined to shoot herself in the foot, in a business with items which are much more expensive.
Read more at batonrouge.citysearch.com
I know dishonest customers exist, but I resent being presumed dishonest.
Pros: close to Cabello's, whom you might try instead
Cons: presume you are dishonest