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2 complaints filed
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Resolution rating 1.0 / 5
Customers willing to do business again 0%
Dec. 1, 2022, 4:23 p.m.
After three days ...about 2 hours per day of being shuttled about... between 5-7 so called representatives...being told that someone would call.....NOT! One call to No No No.......a few hours later ...a call from a Sears Supervisor....problem solved...they will honor the Contract.
Nov. 30, 2022, 3:33 a.m.
The outcome of my case was good. Choice Home Waranty agree to pay out so I could call my own technician. I didn’t however like the amount of time it took to receive the check. The check came 27 days after it was approved.
Nov. 29, 2022, 8:28 a.m.
Lowes, after 2-1/2 months of not having a washer, finally replaced the washer. Originally, I was told that since I had not use a Lowes Credit Card, nothing could be done. So I thank NoNoNo for their assistance.
Nov. 28, 2022, 12:19 p.m.
They eventually refunded my money. I am 58 years old, I have NEVER had anything remotely like this in my life. Not only were BOTH toys destroyed, they were LATE and one was not even in its original box. It was delivered in a huge bag. Broken into pieces. Not only was our great nephew devastated, our niece had to take time out of her busy schedule to physically return the toys to a Walmart near her because the one didn’t come with a box!!! Then, since I used my card for the purchase, Walmart took its time to issue the refund. To ME!!! Why didn’t they give our niece the money? Or a store credit of some type? Then she could have bought the 5-yr old something else! Best case scenario would have been for them to exchange the items for ones not destroyed. Or better yet, ship them in something more than a BAG!!!
Nov. 12, 2019, 5:43 a.m. by Andrea
I purchased two Motorola MBP38S-2 Video Baby Monitors with two cameras on October 11, 2018 for $289. One for myself and one as a gift. Mine worked properly for about 2 months. When it messed up I thought it was a simple fix (surely something that expensive did not only last two months) and didn't really need it at the time so I put it away. Then a few weeks ago I moved my baby into her own room and decided I needed to use it. I got it out and realized it wasn't a simple fix so I contacted customer service. Diletta Q. was not able to help because I was 2 weeks past my year warranty. She said they can't replace past a year but could offer me a cheap monitor that was compatible with my cameras for $39.99. After spending triple that in a monitor that lasted two months, I was skeptical to spend $39.99 on a much cheaper version. I asked if I could get the cheaper model for a more reasonable price (because I don't expect it to last long) she said no.
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