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11.27.2011

P C Richard & Son
The appliance manager Pat and the salesman Joe Botros Jr. 8246 said that would be fine and that they would both be there at that time.

This is a Complaint / Review about P C Richard & Son.


We recently negotiated to purchase three appliances from Paramus store for a kitchen remodel. We explained that we would make the purchase, but would not need the items delivered for 4 to 6 weeks. The salesman Joe Botros Jr. 8246 and appliance manager Pat both agreed that that would be fine.

I had just opened an equity line of credit and had not yet received my debit card would not be acceptable for a $6000 purchase, but since we would not be taking delivery for at least 4 weeks, I assumed the starter would be acceptable. I was wrong. The appliance manager Pat advised that it was against company policy The appliance manager Pat and the salesman Joe Botros Jr. 8246 said that would be fine and that they would both be there at that time.

To be doubly sure that it would be accepted, I called the store They said it was at the manager's discretion, but after speaking to three employees and explaining that I had made arrangements with the appliance manager Pat, I was told it would not be a problem.


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Complaint author: DennisGt

Offender: P C Richard & Son

Country: USA
State: New Jersey
City: Paramus
Site: pcrichard.com

Category: Electronics and household app.

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