• Report: #957880

Complaint Review: once-upon-a-child

  • Submitted: Sun, October 21, 2012
  • Updated: Sun, October 21, 2012

  • Reported By: Miami_Customer — Miami Florida United States of America
once-upon-a-child
12394 Southwest 127th Avenue Miami, Florida United States of America

once-upon-a-child Once upon a child This company says they buy used children's goods. They typically offer nothing, hoping you will leave the items there anyway for them to sell. Miami, Florida

*Author of original report: Do some research

*Consumer Comment: Not a rip-off

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I took a large assortment of items to their store to sell that were in good condition, but used, including shoes with little wear, boots, some clothes, a book, some stuffed toys, etc. They offered $0 for it. I have been reading on the web that other people have had similar experiences. I will not be going back to their store. The trip was a waste of my time.

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#1 Author of original report

Do some research

AUTHOR: Miami_Customer - (United States of America)

I did after I went there before posting here. One person complained that a different store in the same chain actually refused to return their belongings and refused to pay for them! In my case, I got my stuff back, but I suspect that their strategy is to offer $0 and hope many people simply leave the stuff there, which I saw a few people do while I was there. Then they take that stuff and sell it. It may not be a ripoff, but taking stuff to them is a waste of time. Take it to Goodwill instead. At least then you'll get a tax credit.
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#2 Consumer Comment

Not a rip-off

AUTHOR: coast - (USA)

"They offered $0 for it."

They are not required to make you an offer for your goods. There was no possibility of a rip-off because there was no transaction.
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