- Report: #1043790
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Complaint Review: Starbright Cleaners / Bradley & Associates / Clean Inc.
Starbright Cleaners / Bradley & Associates / Clean Inc.7301 San Antonio Dr. NE Albuquerque, New Mexico United States of America
Starbright Cleaners / Bradley & Associates / Clean Inc. Tami Bradley, Troy Bradley, Jan Stephenson, Amber Skorka, Randy Grauff shoddy quality, ruined clothes, inattentive/uneducated managment, garment destruction/loss center Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Today was the day that took the cake. I wore a very expensive Robert Graham shirt for literally an hour to meet with a new client of mine two Sundays. I took it off and put it directly in my express bag after the meeting was over, which occurred at my home-office. I turned in the bag the following Monday morning, and retrieved my cleaned clothes Monday morning. After looking at my clothes I discovered spots all over the front of my shirt. [continued below]....
I explained that the spot wasn't there when I turned it in and asked to speak to a manager. After asking for the manager, a large gentlemen dressed in street clothes came up and started talking in a very streetish manner. Jokingly I told the man he looked like he just came out of prison in those clothes, to which he responded that he had gotten out of prison not to long ago in a relatively intimidating fashion. As he says this I stare at the $1,600 worth of clothes I have hanging ready to be paid for and wonder what kind of business owner puts a man fresh out of prison in charge of a persons valuables.
Trying not to act to judgmental, I asked him what was done about the spots and what other options could be tried. At that point he acted just as ignorant about the situation as the lady at the counter. This is the manager. He stated that the spots could not have possibly come from them and told me they will not replace my shirt. They played this kind of game a couple months back and I was more understanding and naive at that point. That was until I complained to one of their drivers who had just pulled in about the fact this company can't seem to get any spots out and he took the shirt back and immediately, like magic, the spot was gone.
He also was kind enough to explain the spotting process and gave me tips on how to prevent staining. Something this manager wasn't willing to do at all. This is the 4th shirt they've ruined and have tried to skirt responsibility for, not to mention my wifes $300 blazer that was washed instead of dry cleaned and ended up shrinking almost 7 months ago where Amber Skorka explained to me that it was handled correctly and just happened to be 2 sizes to small for my wife who had actually lost 20lbs since buying the blazer. There was a point in time where this company was respectable.
Bob knew what he was doing and knew how to treat his customers to a pleasant experience by providing an educated staff that actually showed concern for their customers and pride in their work. I think I'm officially done dealing with this company. Especially considering the gossip I overheard about a former employee I happened to hold in very high regard. Don't go to this cleaners. Jan and Tami have done a good job of ruining everything Bob created.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/16/2013 04:37 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Starbright-Cleaners-Bradley-Associates-Clean-Inc/Albuquerque-New-Mexico-/Starbright-Cleaners-Bradley-Associates-Clean-Inc-Tami-Bradley-Troy-Bradley-Jan-St-1043790. 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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