This is not a scrapyard or junkyard like youd think. This is a residential house with a tore up yard of parts. He almost never has the part you need. His workers apparently never come in. He always says he doesnt have time and complains constantly about not having any money to do any work on your car. I bought a car from him and he wrote out an agreement on notebook paper to fix a set of problems before I agreed to give him money. I gave him all the money the next day and two months later my car is still not fixed to the par he set. Not only was it not fixed but he never contacts me, never answers his phone, and lets the car sit all weekend without even touching it. To make matters worse, ive been late multiple times to work on account of not being able to drive my car or get ahold of him. I had to show up at his junkyard house to find out hes not there and my tire was popped in his driveway. He proceeded to tell me it was my fault and I had a leak before I dropped it off. It was a nail from his driveway. It took crying over matters to get him to finally replace it and the unworking spare. Then when mentioning the other stuff he promised to fix, he tried to claim that he never agreed in the contract to do the things that he wrote down, meaning that he broke our contract. Dont ever put yourself in the situation to deal with mitch. Its bad business and unlawful. Im not a satisfied customer and urge you to stay away.
428 Bridge St NWGrand Rapids, MI 49504
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Do not call this business. I contacted Camille for some products and she responded fairly soon, and I really liked the products which I bought. I intended to purchase more products from her, and yet repeated emails and requests for assistance went unanswered and ignored. I did, however, receive ENDLESS email alerts about "special offers" and such.It was a terrible experience, and I now go to Sephora, in person and online: On target, expert advice and the products at Sephora are sublime. My needs are always met and then some, and I NEVER have to wait for help!
I am very perplexed with these stores..and perhaps this particular one more-so. As another reviewer mentioned, yes...some of their items (toys, baby gear, etc) are WAY overpriced for being second-hand. Yet, if you are looking for books or clothing, it isn't *AS* bad, but you have to be picky. I've seen things they've purchased that are on their racks that have been shrunk two sizes or are fuzz-balled, etc....I can 't speak for everyone, but I certainly wouldn't put that on my kid. They obviously are buying Walmart, Kmart, and Target brands (Meijer, etc) as they are numerous on their racks, but FORGET what I brought in....At the same time, selling to them is very random...you just NEVER know what to expect except that you WILL be taking things home with you (it must be in their rules to make sure something goes back home with the seller). I recently took in NUMEROUS Gymboree items that were from last fall. As a former Gymboree junkie, I was always very particular with the Gymbo and would never try and sell something that I wouldn't buy for my own child. Because I was a junkie, as well, I bought a LOT. Many things went unworn and still had tags on them or were worn ONE TIME (birthday tee, Christmas Dress/casual, etc). They sent that stuff back home with me. THE NEW WITH TAGS ITEMS were refused and it was FOR FALL AND WINTER. I don't get it. Yet, they took my son's things that were more obviously worn. I drove an HOUR to get to them...they took less than a quarter of my tote (Jammed packed tote) and then had the audacity to ask me if I had any shopping to do in their store. SERIOUSLY??????This store takes in WAYYYY too much and is overloaded for their own good. If you aren't fussy, it's a buyer's dream. If you are a seller, save your time...you will get more of a tax write-off by donating to a charity.