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Complaint Review: Slate NYC
Slate NYC107 Horatio Street New York, New York United States of America
Slate NYC Miguel Zabludovsky Slate NYC Dry Cleaner FRAUD, SCAMMERS, THIEVES AND LIARS STOLE MY CLOTHES New York, New York
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Corinne Vielle's Review of Her Experience at Slate NYC
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So here's what happened. I had a WHITE BCBG blazer and a tank top that had vomit all over it. I thought the stain wouldn't come out so I just went to BCBG to purchase the items again however they were out of stock.....The sales manager told me that
there was this dry cleaners called "Slate" that can get any stain out and that all the "Fashion" industry uses them...I thought oh perfect! So I decided to give them a try.
I went into the place on 107 Horatio Street (their new location) and there was 3 men in there, one of them was named Miguel. Said he was the owner of Slate. They looked at my clothes and said it can be fixed in about a week and they would deliver it to my house. Cool. They didn't give me a receipt or anything but said they email a receipt and asked for my email address. I gave it to them however I never received an email receipt. I waited a couple of days and then I called up to double check if they were able to remove the vomit on my blazer and tank top and the guy that answered said he would call me back as he needed to
check on it...He called back and said, We only have your blazer not a tank top......GASP!!!!!! CODE RED!!!!!
I immediately replied "WHAT??" he then tried to convince me that I never brought a tank top in. I immediately got pissed because i KNOW I brought in both because they both had vomit stains on it and I would have never kept it in my house. I ran over there to confront them and they still were sticking to the "we don't have it" story. I asked where my blazer was and they said it was in the BRONX (??????) I called the police in a rage because they really were lying about my tank top and the fact that they didn't even email me my receipt or anything was a red flag.
The Police came and they told the officer that they just moved to a new location and the reason they didn't give a receipt was because their system was down. The police officer said "well how do you know what she gave you and what's hers?" The idiot had no response. Police advised me to file a complaint with the BBB and consumer affairs as well as sue them in small claims court.
Miguel Zabludovsky then called me and said he would refund me my money for the tank top ($139) and deliver my blazer. He NEVER called or showed with any of my items. I called him and he completely changed his story and said "I'm waiting to here back from BCBG as he said he wanted to get a tank top from them to give me. I said wait a second that was NOT the deal. You
now are trying to haggle a free tank top from BCBG when clearly you lost mine? OK, I'm done. I'll see you in small claims court and a smear campaign all over this internet.
AVOID THIS DRY CLEANER. THEY STEAL YOUR CLOTHES. ANY CLEANERS THAT DOESN'T CLEAN ON PREMISES BEWARE!!!!!
Miguel Zabludovsky I HOPE YOU ARE READING THIS ALONG WITH THE MANY OTHER COMPLAINTS. YOU ARE A LIAR AND STOLE MY TANK TOP THAT COSTS $140 AND MY BLAZER COSTS $340. GIVE ME MY CLOTHES OR PAY ME MY MONEY!!!
NEXT UP FOX NEWS.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/18/2012 03:19 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Slate-NYC/New-York-New-York-10014/Slate-NYC-Miguel-Zabludovsky-Slate-NYC-Dry-Cleaner-FRAUD-SCAMMERS-THIEVES-AND-LIARS-STO-884792. 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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