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Factors that raised the rating for The Soccer Factory include:
- Length of time business has been operating
- Response to 2 complaint(s) filed against business
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business
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|Complaint Type||Total Closed Complaints|
|Problems with Product/Service||1|
|Total Closed Complaints||2|
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|Customer Experience||Total Customer Reviews|
|Total Customer Reviews||0|
Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementMr. Ivan Ontiveros, Owner
Sportswear - Retail
Alternate Business NamesTeamcast LLC
12066 Starcrest Dr Ste 100
San Antonio, TX 78247 (210) 495-7676 (800) 987-6223 Directions
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|Neutral Review||3 points per review|
|Negative Review||1 point per review|
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Problems with Product/Service
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Complaint: For several years, the school I coach at has used the Soccer Factory for team orders. The orders have always been tax exempt and payment has been provided by the school. Employee turnover is pretty high, so every year I end up dealing with different people to process the school's orders. For the most part, the orders are completed accurate. Although, the screening of products has at times been incorrect and can't be fixed (i.e. - wrong numbers screened on jerseys). Overall, service was satisfactory. However, that changed drastically with the last order placed November 2012. The school provided full payment for the order late November 2012 prior to receiving all of the items ordered. Most items were provided within a reasonable amount of time. Certain sizes never became available. It was difficult to get updates as the months went by. When it became apparent the items would never be available, I started to work a credit for the remaining $514 of items not delivered. Again it was extremely difficult to get responses/updates. Then I started to be given new requirements, like a new format for the already provided tax exemption forms (which were sufficient the previous 5 years of doing business with them). Then we were told a credit could not be provided until we supplied the check number used. It has now been over a year. The latest response is that they can provide a credit, but after factoring taxes over the entire order, significantly reducing the remaining credit.
Desired Settlement: Remaining credit of $514 should be refunded to the school ASAP. The Soccer Factory has accepted the school's tax exemption status for 5 years and has no reason to question it now and all of a sudden want to charge taxes.
I started working on this complaint over a few months. We have been trying to resolve the issue directly with the school due to conflicting information from our previous rep that originally handled the sale and from the customer. We are not in disagreement with the credit. In Fact the credit is valid and does belong to the school, organization or persons. The problem we are having is trying to figure out who the credit belongs to.
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Complaint: An ********* National Soccer Team Jersey with the ****** ***** numbers placed on the jersey was purchased on August **, 2013. The deal was to have ****** *****'s numbers place on the Jersery before August **, 2013 in time for son's birthday. A credit card transaction was swiped and a receipt was issued. We have followed up weekly and have been given the run around. We have spoken with the owner 3 times and the problem has not been resolved. They caveat answer is the number has been ordered and they can not provide us with a date when the item will come in.
Desired Settlement: I would like the item purchased delivered and a gift card for $50 for the excessive inconvience.
Dear Mr. ********,
The individual who is filing this complaint (***** ******** **.) is not the individual who made the purchase. He is the son of our customer (***** ******** **.). We discovered this after speaking with the father by phone yesterday. Apparently the item in question was being purchased by the father to give to his son. The son is not familiar with all of the conversations we had with his father.