- Report: #791684
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Complaint Review: Dollar General Market
Dollar General Market5675 S Rainbow Blvd Nationwide United States of America
Dollar General Market Ruined My Clothing, Refused Full Reimbursement Las Vegas, Nationwide
*Consumer Comment: Really?
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The bleach leaked onto my slacks, ruining them. It cost me $70 to replace them.
I contacted Dollar General Market, and they referred me to their corporate number. I called the number, and was greeted by a numbskull from halfway around the world, who could not understand what I was telling her. She repeatedly said that she would file a report with the manufacturer, though I told her that this was the wrong course of action.
I called the store back, and they filed a report. It then took 8 days for the corporate office to call me. Meanwhile, I had to take $70 out of my families food budget so that I would have the slacks to wear to work. [continued below]....
When the company finally called me back, they offered to pay me $40 for my slacks. They based this on depreciation...of slacks...they wanted to depreciate my slacks as if I could go purchase a used pair to replace them. The person on the phone insisted that they could only pay $40, though somehow managed to offer me $50. So I'm out $20, who knows when they'll send the $50 they promised, and I'm going hungry. Thanks a lot Dollar General.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/24/2011 09:53 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Dollar-General-Market/nationwide/Dollar-General-Market-Ruined-My-Clothing-Refused-Full-Reimbursement-Las-Vegas-Nationwid-791684. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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