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This company offers resale and new clothing, shoes, accessories, household items, furniture, jewelry, bedding, toys & electronics.
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- Length of time business has been operating.
- Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size.
- Response to 1 complaint(s) filed against business.
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business.
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Business ManagementMr. Omar Shayani, CEO Ms. Marlene Baisden, Contact Mr. Chris Groves, Vice President of Operations
Thrift Shops Womens Apparel - Retail Clothing - Retail Antiques - Dealers Boys Clothing & Furnishings - Retail Childrens & Infants Wear - Retail Collectibles Mens Clothing & Furnishings - Retail
Alternate Business NamesOhio Thrift Inc.
100 Washington Sq
Washington Court House, OH 43160 (740) 333-4444 Directions
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Grove City, OH 43123 Directions
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Columbus, OH 43224 Directions
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Additional Phone Numbers
- (614) 263-7993(Phone)
- (614) 272-6281(Phone)
- (614) 275-4196(Phone)
- (614) 351-2901(Phone)
- (614) 491-5305(Phone)
- (614) 714-2444(Phone)
- (614) 751-6936(Phone)
- (614) 820-2324(Phone)
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Complaint: In the Ohio Thrift stores, they have posted on the interior store walls, Its a HUGE sign, i.e. red tags 25% off, green 50% off, yellow 75% off. While at the check out, I said to the clerk, "I never find any article on sale, is there a group of people who just come in on the first day of the sale and buy everything?" She then said "I'm just going to be honest with you, everything that is on sale is in the back. They call it 'ragging', but they have us go through and pull everything off the racks that is going to be on sale. It really bother me, because people who could really use the deals aren't getting them. The only deal is when they have the 50% off days." "I only get here about five times a year, but that would explain why I never see any sales tags." She wished me a good day and I left.
Desired Settlement: It is obvious that this practice is in violation of fair business practices and false advertising. The company needs to stop 'ragging' their merchandise and let the consumer have the opportunity to purchase what they claim is on sale.
YOUR OWN EMPLOYEE INFORMED ME THAT YOU INTENTIONALLY PULL ALL THE DISCOUNTED MERCHANDISE OFF THE SHELVES. YOU CALL IT 'RAGGING' BUT THE FACT IS, THAT THE CLOTHES ARE ALL STILL IN THE BACK AND THREE WEEKS LATER, AFTER ALL THE DISCOUNTS ARE TAKEN, THOSE SELECTED COLORED TAGS ARE PUT BACK ON THE SALES FLOOR ONCE AGAIN!
FOR A COUPLE REASONS, I BELIEVE THE CLERK. YOU HAVE HUNDREDS OF ITEMS ON THE FLOOR AND NOT ONE OF THE DISCOUNTED TAGS IS TO BE FOUND. WHILE I CAN UNDERSTAND THAT MANY ITEMS WOULD BE CLEARED OUT, (IF GIVEN THE CHANCE TO BE PURCHASED ON DISCOUNT), BUT EVERY DISCOUNTED ITEM? NOT POSSIBLE. ALSO, WHY WOULD THEY HAVE LIED? THE TRUTH IS HE/SHE ISN'T LYING, HE/SHE HAS A GUILTY CONSCIOUS AND DOESN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO ABOUT THE SITUATION.
OHIO THRIFT NEEDS TO OWN UP TO ITS OWN ADVERTISED SALE AND KEEP THE DISCOUNTED MERCHANDISE OUT FOR PUBLIC PURCHASE.
BBB's Final Determination: After reviewing the position of all parties, BBB determined that the business made a reasonable offer to resolve the complaint. However the consumer did not accept the offer.