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Unaki

Member Since 17 Jun 2009
Offline Last Active Jul 06 2020 11:50 AM
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In Topic: Limited Run Games Thread - Global Outbreak of...Delayed Shipping

05 July 2020 - 12:09 PM

Heavily debating on camping the site for the Episode 1 Racer CE.  


In Topic: Limited Run Games Thread - Global Outbreak of...Delayed Shipping

01 July 2020 - 10:22 PM

They are a business.  Their goal is, surprise, to take your money.  Getting mad at them because you can't just immediately snap one up at random times and actually have to be around for specific events is kind of silly.


In Topic: Free Puma Bag with a purchase of DJ Hero 2 Turntable Bundle at Gamestop

31 May 2020 - 05:59 AM

I was very confused to see this deal on the front page.  Why are we resurrecting decade old threads?


In Topic: The Gamestop Thread

31 May 2020 - 05:51 AM

Not that anyone is on the edge of their seat wanting more info, but I like just getting it all out there if really bringing up an issue or situation.  I’ve already written enough is the only reason I didn’t initially include this as well, but just to cover everything.  I did have two returns.  The other, and first was a dark souls bonfire light up plastic statue.  Really cheesy looking, I don’t recommend it.  That was the first return I brought up, I said I wanted to return it because it was GameStop “new” open box to begin with, and I found it to be missing the usb charging cable once I opened it at home.  A problem entirely caused by GameStop’s shady description of “new” in that regard.  She says she can’t accept the return if it’s missing an item, I said you get how wrong that is right?  GameStop sold me the box with an item missing and you won’t accept the return because you didn’t include it to begin with?  I wouldn’t steal a usb cable.  That’s when she started on the “i don’t have to accept the return if I don’t want to” refrain, that she used a few times.  I solicited that I saw a few on the shelves, and I would prefer to return the item, but I can switch it if I have to.  She talked about how even that would be doing me a favor.  It’s a cheesy item, I didn’t want it anymore but pushover that I am I saiid if that’s the best she can do, fine.  Them selling me an open item with a component missing and me returning it in exact same condition though, I would have been completely within my rights for a return.   I know I read stuff like this online and I think the writer is downplaying their own role, so I get if anyone thinks that about me, but my comment, “you get how wrong that is, right?” And the “are you kidding me?” when she threatened the police out of nowhere are the only times I may have raised my voice a bit”.  So that’s what led into the next return and the joke “you don’t trust me very much”, and on from there.  Just thought I might as well post the whole story.  Distortion or misinformation is a big pet peeve of mine and I think the foundation and start of much larger problems in the world so i just felt the need to post the whole thing I guess.  This should maybe make the whole thing make alittle more sense overall.  K, I’m done hijacking the thread now!

Take your receipt and instead of doing just a survey reach out on social media and bring attention to the issue.  I understand this pandemic has gotten people all screwed up and that working a retail outlet isn't ideal but its very clear she doesn't value her job.  There are plenty of people right now who would very gladly take the hours to support themselves or their families who are better suited for a customer facing position.  

 

This is straight up mistreatment of customers and wouldn't be tolerated in any normal situation.  


In Topic: The Gamestop Thread

29 May 2020 - 08:18 PM

So I called the store I'm going to pick up the figures from (they are actually open now) to see if they were able to do returns yet. They can, however they said that they can't do mine since I paid with PayPal?

If the store is cashless they can't do debit transactions.  Its weird but debit transactions like paypal are seen in most POS systems as a cash transaction.