Today my partner and I tried to enter the store to shop around and see if we would like to be members. The store greeter, an older gentleman holding some sign about stamps, working at 4:42pm on 11-25-17 asked us where our card was. (I did not see him check anyone else in front or behind us). When we said we did not have one, he very rudely told us we could not enter and needed to leave without giving us any more information or an explanation about why we could not enter the store at all. We are not one to kick up a fuss and were only considering membership so we left with a "thank you". We have concluded we will not be joining.
BEST BUY.... they never seem to have anything I am looking for. I always find myself up the street at Staples,or back on the computer ordering the item online for half the price.Here's the difference between a "techie" and a "computer technician".A techie is up on everything that came out last night...their entireknowledge base is post iPad generation. BB is chock full-o techies.The camera guy at the front is annoying, speakng to me every single time i enter the store.Sometimes I don't want to speak to you, camera-joystic-scanning-for-crooks boy!The Geek Squad is a big joke. I once brought them a hard drive in which they could notfix, but they gladly took my money anyway. I then left the store - went straight in Intrex Computersand bought a $50 hard Drive docking station, in which I was able to retrieve every crumb of mydata after using. The extended service plan seems to run out a day before my gadget breaks.These jokers have mastered the art of stocking digital garbage, engineered for obsolescence.I'd sooner yell thru a can with chicken wire than purchase a phone plan with those doity shuysters.
Continuously drops the ball. Several cancelled meetings leaving my company behind.
Tiger Controls has great customer service and works hard to consolidate my order onto one PO, saving me time and money.