If your looking to try to sell there, don't waste your time. Got offered $4 for like 10 books and a cd box set, and also about 30 movies. Some were brand new and never opened. Would give a negative 10 stars if possible. They down right offened me with their offer.
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I worked at this location for about two years, and from my experience as an employee I will no longer shop at the Dierberg's grocery chain. I worked mainly in the deli, and it was disturbing to see what Dierberg's management would ignore for the sake of saving money. There were a couple of times where our slicers were in such disrepair, that moldy food and rotten gunk was getting stuck in a part of the slicer, which we were unable to clean. I reported this to three different Dierberg's managers, but they said it was fine. Well I personally don't consider rotten old putrid food, coming into contact with what I'm slicing for customers to be "fine." I considered reporting them to the health department or some kind of state agency, but I didn't want to risk losing my job. If you see something on sale in the hot case in the deli, don't buy it. Except for the regular dishes like fried chicken, mashed potatoes, or mac n' cheese, most of the rest of what's put in there is on it's last day before it expires. It made me feel bad to sell food to people when i knew it wouldn't last more than a day or so at home in their fridge, but I had no choice, otherwise I would lose my job. Another thing is that Bob Dierberg is an awful, awful, awful, awful man. He treats his employees poorly, and his customers even worse. I've seen multiple occasions where Bob Dierberg would be in line checking out and realize he forgot something, then makes 3 customers behind him wait, until he comes back with what he forgot. Another time, I've seen him run out of cash, then make everybody wait until he could walk back from First Bank with more cash, BECAUSE HE DIDN'T WANT TO USE A CREDIT CARD SO HE COULD SAVE THE 2% ON TRANSACTION FEES!! He does not care one bit about the people who buy their groceries from him, or the people who work there. I've heard that his son is worse, but I've never met him, so I can't say honestly as to whether that is true or not. Try visiting a local schnucks or Trader Joe's next time you need groceries, I think you'll be pleased and save a lot of money as well...
I call BS on this store. They will buy your books from - at 50cents each! They give you a line "oh, the price depends on the condition of the books and whether or not we need them".... but EVERYONE only gets 50cents per book. I was waiting on line to turn over my books, and listening to the woman in front of me while she completed her transaction. She was offered $20 for forty books - and since they were in much worse condition than mine were, I figured "oh, I should get about $30 for mine!". I went in on Friday (6/13/14) with fifteen books in near new condition - 11 of which cost me an average of $14 each (4 or 5 of which were $15 each), and the remaining ones were between $8-9 a piece. I got $7.50 for my books. Those books that cost me $15 they will sell for half price ($7.50) - while they make a 'half price profit' of $96. I would rather donate my books to Goodwill for free than be cheated out of an honest appraisal and offer.