- Report: #1028470
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Complaint Review: Sears
SearsNationwide United States of America
Sears False pricing, huge sales pitches, bad products Internet, Nationwide
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This year the replacement unit is 1-year old but little used. It broke the belt that turns the blades so I went to the store. The store doesn't stock the belt so I called SearsPartsDirect.com They can sell me a belt for $39. The lady tried to sell me six other items as the ordering process proceeded. She was cordial but the repeated sales pitches were tedious. She said the belt would get to me in a week. She read a standard speech about the sale being final but never told me that the charge to my credit card would be $57.
I guess it costs $18 to ship a drive belt that they should stock in the store. The whole thing sickens me. A drive belt is a common replacement part. I spent over $1000 on the LT2000 and expected that at least the store selling it would have belts and blades. In the future it will be TroyBuilt or John Deere, never another Craftsman piece of unsupported junk. I will never buy anything from Sears again. They used to be a respectable company but now it is unbelivevable how bad this company has become at customer service.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/14/2013 12:17 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Sears/nationwide/Sears-False-pricing-huge-sales-pitches-bad-products-Internet-Nationwide-1028470. 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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