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Phone: (636) 922-7537 Fax: (636) 922-6300 2750 Muegge Rd, Saint Charles, MO 63303
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BBB has determined that Culver's of St. Charles meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. BBB Accredited Businesses pay a fee for accreditation review/monitoring and for support of BBB services to the public.
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Factors that raised the rating for Culver's of St. Charles include:
- Length of time business has been operating
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- Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business
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Business ManagementLarry Fisher, Owner
Restaurants Sandwiches Food & Beverage Services Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts - Dealers
2750 Muegge Rd
Saint Charles, MO 63303 (636) 922-7537 Directions
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Complaint: When I arrived at the drive-thru window I informed the cashier that I needed to pay part of the transaction on my debit card and part cash she said "ok", took my debit card and swiped for the entire amount. When she opened the window again I said how much is left of the transaction? She said, "Oh I swiped for the entire amount." The cashier didn't tender the correct amount on my debit card when I specifically told her how much to charge. I now have to pay a $30 dollar fee because she incorrectly charged my card. Instead of offering me the product that cost $2.90 to me for free for the inconvenience, everyone in authority decided to argue with their 'once loyal customer.' The customer service is the worst I have ever experienced and I now have to pay a $30 dollar fee to my bank because of a mistake on their end. If this issue is not resolved I will not be returning. Product_Or_Service: Rootbeer Float
Desired Settlement: At this point in the situation after speaking with several managers including the owner no one has even attempted to resolve the situation. A simple "I am sorry, here is the rootbeer float for the $30 inconvenience" would have been nice! So, since they weren't willing to do that I am SURE they won't provide me with the $30 bank fee caused by their employee. With that being said whatever they are willing to do to 'fix' this inconvenience would be nice.
Business Response: Initial Business Response /* (1000, 5, 2015/08/24) */ When the customer came to the window to pay for her order, she handed the cashier a card, no cash, and said there is $1.38 on there. The cashier thought it was a gift card and proceeded to swipe the card. The cashier told the customer that it had enough on it to pay for the whole order. The customer then informed her that she only had $1.38 in her account and wanted to pay the rest in cash, although no cash was handed to the cashier. The cashier apologized and told her she would get a manager. The manager apologized, and immediately refunded the transaction. At that point the customer was complaining she will be charged $30.00 for the error, so she should just be given the order. The manager explained that if you want to pay part in cash and part on credit that the cash has to be applied first. Since no cash was given, the total amount automatically goes on the card. At this point she didn't want to pay cash and left. I do not think that the cashier is the one who should be blamed for this problem. I do know however, that the cashier, the manager on duty, and I all apologized for the misunderstanding that arose from the transaction. As for her request to "fix" the inconvenience, I feel immediately refunding the transaction did just that.
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