Rude Sales Lady!

  • Selection: Very poor
  • Expertise: Very poor
  • Service: Very poor
Pros:
None
Cons:
Professionalism

Posted by Kimberly H from Walla Walla, WA on November 18, 2010

After looking at some furniture, my son and I continued to walk around and look at some accessories. We were looking for a twin bed and a hide a bed. Neither of which they had. I was looking at some accessories while my son was sitting on a Rocker Recliner. She yelled at him to get down, looked at me rolled her eyes and muttered under her breath "it's called discipline." The other sales-man that was actually helping me asked if he could show me anything else. I said no thank you. I will be taking me and my horrible child home now and we will not come back to this store. This Lady looks up from her desk and says "Good!" Well, that was the beginning. It didn't end. I asked for the owner. He never came out of his office. Then come to find out this lady does not have children and is completely rude to those who do. She told me she would hate to see my house. She told be I need to discipline my child. Now I know there are some rude kids out there, but my 3 year old son was being very well behaved. I am very angry with this store and will let everyone know about my "service."



    Comments (4)

    You have a point but you also need to remember, furniture stores are not for children.
    but also the sales lady had no business giving you attitude. i find most stores are okay with kids.

    By: Toula S on November 18, 2010

    Thank you, I was just about to go in to that store to day. I will NOT. I have a $3500.00 budget for a new bed room set. Looks like my $$$$ our going out of town.

    By: Anonymous on August 9, 2012

    Discipline seems to be a gray area now days. I would not allow my children to climb on furniture or run through stores. I try to teach my daughters to be respectful and to respect others. This extends to others property as well. I would think we would all strive to teach these sort of morals, values, and “discipline into our children. And hold them accountable. However I realize everyone believes in their own level or even none at all as this lady seemed to exhibit. And didn’t understand when called into question. I also completely agree with the lady as the worker had no right to act as she did. She could have been more tactful where the mother may then have been receptive and restrained her son from using the furniture as an jungle Jim). Perhaps the company should have their workers take some sort of customer service training?

    By: Anonymous on April 1, 2018

    As stated above my child was simply sitting on said recliner, not using it as a "jungle him." Furniture stores that I have chosen to support do indeed encourage you to sit on their furniture and try it. Either way, this store has closed.

    By: Kimberly H of Walla Walla, WA on April 1, 2018

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