Are they for real?.
I enjoy bargain shopping like the next person, but in doing so I do not feel that I should have to be greeted with high prices on used items and rude service.Today I stopped in and it will be the last time. I am amazed at the ridiculous high prices they ask on used donated items. It is not giving any one an incentive to thrift shop. What made my experience worse is that I was treated very rudely. The dressing room attendant, which acted more like an aggressive clothes cop, was beyond rude. Most thrift stores allow 6 items, Eco Thrift only alllows 3 items and no carts allowed near the dressing stall. Being a handicapped person I tend to use the cart not only to carry my items but to help support myself upright. I stopped my cart outside the dressing room, careful not to block the way, and begun counting my items. The attendant abruptly said no carts and literally grabbed my cart with me still leaning against it knocking me off balance. Irritated I quickly grabbed my cart and my cane to hold myself up letting her know of my discontent.
With as many other stores to shop I will not return to this one. They need tto get realistic about proces and learn good customer service.