- Report: #1078775
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Complaint Review: ST. PAUL DE VINCENT THRIFT STORE
ST. PAUL DE VINCENT THRIFT STORE4928 CHRISTY BLVD ST. LOUIS, Missouri USA
ST. PAUL DE VINCENT THRIFT STORE TIFFANY MARTINNATE BETHELDORIAN BONDJERRY ORZANO FRAUD & LIARS Saint LOUIS Missouri
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This agency is to be non for profit company that works with donations of goods that they then resale within several thrift stores all around St.Louis Metro area. The bring in over 1 million dollars a year. After cost and payroll they help out the needy. You would think cost wouldn't be that much but with high salaries to key players, there is really not much to give out. This is not my issue with this company. My issue is that they like to committ fraud and lie to it's customers, those who volunteer goods, and to there employees.
Customers: Be carefull what you buy. They may say they clean the goods, but they do not do this. They immediately take from the truck to the floor. Most clothing, funiture and other goods come from musty garages and nothing is cleaned. They will tell you that everyting is clean which is a striaght out lie. They will sale you a matress giving you the impression they are new, when in fact they are referbuished. What does this mean? That you are really sleeping on a bed that would not worth keeping and so they recover with new fabric to mask the orginal problems. They also have extemely high prices for funiture that is donated.
Volunteer: Give your goods to a company that really cares for others. Good Will, Slaveation Amry or orginizations that support our verterns. You will run into issue such as this company will not take all the donations. Leaving donations behind as they are extremely picky. Items that could be donated to those who can afford to shop at thrif store, but no. Their is no profit to be made then the donations is not taken. Did you know that some dontaion don't even make to the floor to be sold. Most clothes and shoes are sold for cents on the dollar to third world country contractors. Why can we cloth the poor here? Worst of all, they immediately throw away some of your donations.
How they treat their employees. I am a US Army Veteran. I am in my 40s and have been through a lot of tough training and military conflicts. I am not a injured vet, but I have back issue, but I can hold my own. I re-injured my back on a job related but deciede to be silent. I needed a job, not a lawsuit. I was approched by management that saw that I was walking slow and with issues. So they told me to tell them what happen. I did. So what did they do? Fired me, and said I lied on my application that I could do the job without assistances. They then lie and said during the day I had the accident I was not working, but sitting in the truck. This operations has the state of the art security cameras, yet the store where the accident occured, cameras were un-installed.
I got there lies and fruad in writing, and I also audio recordered them.
They are currently firing a friend of mine who is still employeed there for same reason, of a work related injury.
I need a lawyer to file a lawsuit against all the listed employees and company listed above for Defamations of Character and workmans compensations. I want a lawyer for both, not a lawyer for each.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/24/2013 05:28 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/ST-PAUL-DE-VINCENT-THRIFT-STORE/ST-LOUIS-Missouri-63103/ST-PAUL-DE-VINCENT-THRIFT-STORE-TIFFANY-MARTINNATE-BETHELDORIAN-BONDJERRY-ORZANO-FRAUD--1078775. 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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