Ripoff Scams Autopost – Ashley Furniture – Southerwestern Furniture of…

I went to the Ashley Furniture warehouse on Sunday to pick up my two night stands I ordered. The warehouse is in Rancho Bernardo. They came already packaged in boxes as most furniture do. Silly me, I assumed they’d be in good condition once I got home and unpacked them. I mean, who lets crap out of their warehouse?! Well, Ashley Furniture does. When I got home and opened the box, the night stand came apart! It was a piece of junk. The drawers underneath were broken and there was a big scratch on the front. I didn’t bother to open the other box. I just wanted my money back. So, I lugged them back in my car and drove to the showroom where I actually bought them and told Gino, the store manager, they came apart and I would like my money back. Gino said they wouldn’t be able to take them back unless “I”” took them back to the warehouse myself. “”Oh

it’s just a short drive up the freeway

“” he said. No biggie. Well

it is a biggie when you’ve troubled your mother to lend you her car on a Sunday and you drove from El Cajon to RB and then to Carmel Valley to Miramar only to hear them say

“”YOU will need to drop them off before you can get your money back.”” Ashley Furniture

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