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07/20/2017
By: Tish W.
Perfect Pair shoe store
The owner is super sweet , she has been in business for a very long time . I was referred by a friend . I love that store . The talk of the town
06/25/2017
By: Katina P.
Footaction USA
Got there a hour early and waited for them to open Saturday to get the new release yeezy shoes for my son, as soon as walking in and asking a employee for the shoes he had a extremely nasty attitude! Would not sell my son a pair without a ticket he said and then said if we get a ticket it's only 1 pair per customer, ( My son didn't want but 1 pair) He looked my son up and down with a nasty attitude for no apparent reason! Although he would not sell my son a pair, while we were standing there the employee sold one of his friends 3 pair!! And his friend was going back in and out the store purchasing more but my son couldn't purchase 1 pair and he MADE IT CLEAR 1 PER CUSTOMER?? He made my son feel like he wasn't nothing! I will be calling corporate Monday morning! Pathetic to treat customers that way. This is the second time in this store and both times was disrespected, defiantly the worst shoe store I have ever been too!
02/06/2017
By: Molly S.
Chico's
2/5/17 I went into Chico's at Friendly Shopping Center and was very impressed. Dee Dee welcome me, got my dressing room started and was great at assisting me. Thank you Dee Dee for you great customer service. I will be back.
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08/03/2016
By: Ricky S.
Shoe Dept
People who works there has bad customer service the management needs to hire people with good customer service
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07/21/2016
By: Laura B.
Perfect Pair shoe store
the owner of this store is a liar and I would not ever shop here again I purchase a waist trainer last week and I was told that I would have it before Friday.. obviously that did not happen and the only way I can get it. I would have to drive from Raleigh to Greensboro like that's convenient. I ask for my money back and he could do that but he knew how to take my money I will not let any one else buy anything else from this store.
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03/25/2016
By: Renee P.
Birkenstock Feet First
I have very wide soles, very high arches, and narrow heels, so shopping for shoes is always a challenge, especially if I am looking for shoes to wear at work. The ladies at Birkenstock went above and beyond to help me find the shoes I needed. They were attentive, helpful, and patient as we waded through all kinds of shoes to find a style that met my needs. I was about to give up, but they didn't. They found a style that worked, but did not have the color I needed in stock, so they ordered it for me. Then, when I got home, I actually had to change the order to a different color, which they did gladly. The shoes were delivered right to my door and I love them! Thank you for the excellent service!
01/14/2016
By: Kim R.
The Shoe Market
Very pleased! Had a great experience with Don a sales rep and Perry the owner. Love my shoes. Got some cute orthopedic Mary Jane looking shoes that feel good on my feet when I stand all day and got some Sperry Top Sider Duck Boots to keep my feet warm and dry. For personalized service and top quality shoes, you cant bet The Shoe Market in my opinion.
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08/23/2015
By: Latisha B.
Shoe Dept
My 19 month old and I were shopping yesterday for my older daughters and came in the store. When I initially walked in the store there was only one other gentleman and he was checking out. The woman never acknowledged me, when I walked in, never asked if I needed any help, after the man left. I shopped around and found 6 pair of shoes I needed the mate to. After waiting about 15 minutes, I went up to her and asked when she had a moment of she could get me the mates to the shoes I had, she nonchalantly said she was busy doing something and would be with me in a minute. So I sat back down and waited a few more moments. Meanwhile, another man walked in and immediately she ran up to him asking him if he needed anything to let her know. At this time my baby started become a little fussy so I looked over in the direction she was in and realized she was helping the man that had come in after me. At this point, I had been there for almost 30 minutes. So I gathered my belongings and proceeded to leave the store. I will NEVER shop there again! A woman who is so desperate for a man's attention who will let that desperation affect her job is nowhere I'd like to shop. On a lighter note, I eventually made my way to another shoe dept in the four seasons mall and the people there were really polite and showed wonderful customer service. But as for shoe dept elmsley, I will advise everyone I know that if they want to find a woman, that'll be a great place to go, but in regard to receiving customer service for shoes, not a great place to go.
05/28/2015
By: Melanie M.
Ivy & Leo
Ivy and Leo is an awesome store!! My daughter and I shop this store on a regular basis. We love the super cute clothes and the girls who work there are so much fun. We are always greeted immediately and the girls are always eager to help my daughter and I find everything we are looking for. I highly recommend this store for its trendy styles and the awesome customer service. Also, if you cant find your size of something you like in the store the girls can locate your size at another store and have it sent. Its a great benefit!
04/10/2015
By: B C.
Ivy & Leo
I agree with the below customer. Love everything in the store but the help is super rude. My daughter was trying clothes on 04/04/15 in the back. The store was closing at 6:00 instead of 8:00 for some reason and when customers started to come in to shop they told them they were closing at 6:00 it was 5:35 and turned out the lights with my daughter in the dressing room to get the customers out of store. Are you serious. Get new help if you want a good reviews. That will help with sales.
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