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By: Arthur S.
Kid To Kid
Rude, unethical, and a definite scam. Dropped by last night to sell some of my wife's designer maternity cloths. We were told to expect $50 to $60 dollars much less than we expected but why not...we thought. As we drove home we thought not bad. Today I came by to collect my money and the clerk slapped four dollars on the counter and said take it or leave it I don't care. What happened to my $50 dollars ?Arms crossed and a smile on her face the clerk says we reserve the right to buy your clothing for what ever we want to. I said this is a bait and switch and is illegal. Clerk says sue mePlease don't ever do business with these people they are crooks.
By: Kelly C.
Kid To Kid
This is the worst resale shop ever. The employees, especially the manager, are extremely rude and not helpful at all! I dropped off a lot of baby stuff and only received a few dollars. This place is such a rip off and give you nothing in return for selling your stuff. It took them an hour to tell me what 3 things were worth. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME. GO SOMEWHERE ELSE. I will NEVER go back
By: Megan J.
Kid To Kid
If I could give this a zero I would. I dropped off a bag full of name-brand nice clothes of my sons and they did not even go through the entire bag. They only took off a few things off.. And gave me $17 for those for $0.05. Not to mention these were Buffalo brand from Dillard's Under Armour ect. When I left I saw the rest of my bag of clothes sitting at the side of the counter that was never gone through. I was so Furious I will never go back to the store or sell anything to the store again. I will tell everyone I know in the area to never attend or sell anything to the store. They are a scam and this is terrible. I hope their business goes under.
By: Dallas G.
New Perspective Counseling Services
Counselor was not at all helpful. Just mirrored what i said. One can downlaod talking tom for that. I didnt achieve any of my goals. Sessions were repetitive and went in circles. No matter how hard i tried to engage in session, counselor was just tuned out/didnt care. Waste of my time and money. Would not recommend.
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By: Julie L.
Kid To Kid
I have taken way less to another consignment shop in the are and gotten way more. Kid to Kid made me feel sick to my stomach, they robbed me! I dropped off a truck bed full of clothes and baby gear. We had already donated the faded and worn clothes to Goodwill. What I dropped off were nice dresses and name brand clothes and shoes. 5 large tubs full. I know what quality looks like and I only left them with quality clothes. I got $92 back. Even my husband was shocked. Never again will I do business with them. While I was in the store, I added up around $200 of things I saw of mine for sale. Keep in mind, I went in to get my cash 7 days after I had dropped it all off. I'm assuming the best stuff already sold. There is a good consignment shop around Rosemeade and GB area. I dropped off there a couple of years ago and got $300 for way less stuff. Lesson learned! It's worth the drive.
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By: Stephanie A.
Kid To Kid
Everyone else is great but the owner is very rude! Obviously doesn't know how to keep customers. Too many other resale shops around! No size 8 boys jeans either
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