The customer experience here is amazing. There selection is of high quality. You can actually wash your clothing items without the worry of shrinkage. I've once purchased a item that proved defective after using it, I was able to receive a replacement without giving them a step by step store of what happened.
"How did it go?" - Simply put, it could not have happened without her!Our contract on the house fell through once and it took 9 months to purchase this home, and she latched on like a bulldog and fought tooth and nail to make this transaction happen. She is tougher than hardened steel and has a soft warm heart that genuinely cares about getting people into the home of their dreams, and into better living situations.Her primary source of advertising is word of mouth. From repeat buyers and referrals from her buyers to friends and family, and her 20+ years of experience is absolutely critical to any serious buyer. I've been researching properties all around Cleveland for 2 years prior to buying, reviewed hundreds and hundreds of listings, and visited dozens. I could have let my house go when the contract fell through the first time, but I made my decision on it, and Deb made it happen.As a buyer, I have experience with buying single family and multifamily homes, I've rented 9 units in the past and have been involved in real estate since 2010. Deb didn't need to hold my hand through the process, but at any point I needed to let her take control, I was 100% confident in her ability and professionalism.She helped me look at properties from Bedford to Euclid, Chardon and Chagrin, and various other greater Cleveland areas. She pointed out structural flaws, code violations, and anything else that would make a property we were looking at difficult or expensive to purchase/fix. She also surprised me with her ability to figure out the properties I would like the most. Because I don't buy a house because it has nice kitchens and bathrooms, I buy houses because I like the land, the city/county regulations, expandability, basement, driveway, bedrooms, and useful oddities.One house she picked out which I never found, she knew I would like it more than any other, and I did, the numbers just didn't work on it, and the conditions to sell it would likely have been just as difficult or more difficult than the house I already picked.All in all, I expect to be able to purchase another home by summer 2018, and Deb Wyckoff will be the first and only realtor I call to help with the next transaction, and refer to anyone I care about who needs a realtor who will care about them. Between California, Ohio, and Indiana, I've dealt with a lot of agents. Some good, some bad, and a lot who I wouldn't trust with a pen. Deb blows all of them out of the water.
I TELL YOU THIS GHETTO HOOD STORE W/ IGNORANT LAZY EMPLOYEES WHO'S THERE ONLY FOR A CK BUT DON'T WK YOU CAN NEVER GET ANY ASSISTANCE THE EMPLOYEES WALK ARD IF YOU SAY EXCUSE ME THEY ACT AS IF THEY DON'T HEAR YOU / THIS ISN'T MY DEPT I LET IT BE KNOWN I CAN CARELESS COME ASSIST ME / GET THE STORE MGN SMH IF THAT'S THE CASE THEY SHOULD HAVE SOMEONE STATIONED IN EACH DEPT & LEARN TO KEEP THE STORE STOCKED @ ALL TIMES
The worst firm to hire, straight robbery type. Will give you hopes to deal with the matter for legal services. will charge you crazy amount of fees. will lie doesn't return phone calls. always in court dealing with free clients because they city also pays. so once they have your money they won't get back to until they finish their other stuff and tell you they are working on it when they really doesn't. please don't waste your time and money hiring this firm for any reasons.
Self-checkouts are never all working, if it wasn't for the very few that worked, it'd be on the same level as Steelyard.
The worst store ever! Discriminatory practices, such as requiring you to leave your ID in order use the registry scanner. Do not shop at Steeleyard Target! If there were negative ratings available, that's what they'd be getting. They are unfamiliar with Target policies. They attempted to deny me a diaper exchange despite Target allowing the exchange of diaper sizes. They told me my diapers weren't from Target. Then when they finally got the policy confirmed, they told me the diapers had to be on a registry. I told them that they were and they made me go to the kiosk and print my registry. After about an hour of all this hassle my diapers were finally exchanged. They SUCK! Go across the street to Walmart instead.
If you can get to a different Walmart, go to that one. Rude staff, very messy store, there's always somebody at the front who got caught stealing.
This store is well stocked and orderly with good lighting. Best quality items I've seen in any dollar store and a good variety. I always find what I am looking for. What makes it an even better experience is that the staff is very helpful, always friendly and pleasant. Tons of easy parking too.
This is the absolute WORST WalMart you could ever go to. I can't honostly say all the employees are lazy, pieces of crap, but 99% of them are. They will go out of their way to not have to deal with you. And the management is a joke. This place deserves 0 stars and a whole new team of people running it. Only stop here if you like being treated like crap, have a ton of time to waste (atleast 30min in a line with 2 people), and enjoy looking for help just to get attitude and laziness in response. Screw this Walmart and all the lazy mfers that work there!!
HORRIBLE TREATMENT OF HEART SURGERY PATIENT ! on the 18th of June 2015 at 12 noon hour my good friend Michael S went to this wallmart after being feast out of open heart triple bypass surgery only 2 days needed to shop for some soft clothes that wouldn't rub on his long chest wounds and new sandals for his swollen feet, he had to wear shorts due to swelling in his legs from where docs took veins to repeat his heart. He was dropped off at the door and walked inside the door to were the electric cart was. As he was getting ready to get on the cart the greeter/employee asked him to not use it cause someone else may need it ? Mind you his feet were swollen so big he couldn't wear shoes but just socks. That's 1 reason we were there. His legs were also swollen and black and blue. The employee made him show his open heart surgery scar just to use the cart ! After showing this person the scar and then going shopping he left the cart near the register and as he was going out the wallmart door was made by this same employee to take the cart back to where it is normally parked. This was HORRIBLE TREATMENT of a customer. Kim Rodecker , the patient and friend I'm talking about is Michael Struk. Look for more to be said on this. 216 749 4416