Very warming and cozy jewelry place. The people there are amazing and the prices are very reasonable and fair. Ger is very negotiable and kind to the customers. I’m a forever customer at this place...
Not only is this place a joke, but it's also a waste of valuable time. About two weeks ago I bought in two very nice expensive pieces which I had never wore and still had the tags attached. The male clerk stated he would not be able to accept the pieces because it wasn't in season, which was understandable he then explain they were looking for summery, flowful, light colored ittems. I went through all my clothes and found several pieces of exactly what he described and bought them in. Only to get my feelings crushed and sent back out the door with everything I came in with, because now there there lame excuse was it's not the style where looking for. So please save yourself the time and himillation and go somewhere your ittems would be actually appreciated.
August 8, 2012Meadows Mall Management/Ownersc/o 4300 Meadows Lane #10Las Vegas, Nevada 89107RE: ADA Customer appalled by treatment at Meadows MallTo the Meadows Mall Management:On August 8, 2015, approximately 3:30pm in the afternoon, my husband, father and I were exposed to appallingly poor treatment at your Meadows Mall in Las Vegas. We had been at the Mall for several hours making back-to-school purchases, attending the Back-to-School Fair, and selecting birthday gifts for my son.My husband was in charge of pushing my father's wheelchair. My father has severe dementia. My husband has back problems and IBS. I was using a walker. I have cancer and MS. The wheelchair was loaded with bags from our Back-to-School Fair, Dillard's, and the shoe store we patronized during our visit. It was OBVIOUS that we were not vagrants. We were not dressed like vagrants, we did act like vagrants, and we were quite loaded down with packages from purchases showing we were NOT vagrants. We had parked on the upper level near Dillard's, so my last stop was the Claire's boutique across from upstairs Dillard's. The Claire's store is NOT ADA accessible (check it out for yourself and imagine it being over run with at least fifty or more shoppers in addition to the tight aisles) so my husband remained outside the front of the store with my father in his wheelchair and my walker beside him. They were NOT blocking the store front in ANY way, and they were NOT blocking the walkway. My husband pulled my father's chair and my walker up closely along side of the wall away from the door and seated himself on the ground between the walker and the wheelchair, feet tucked tightly. We are ALL three disabled to some degree and we were ALL very tired. There were no benches close to the Claire's store, I only intended to be in the store for a few minutes, and we were carefully NOT blocking anything. My husband sat down to wait for me. For a few minutes!A security guard told my husband he had to get up, because the mall policy stated he could not sit on the ground. He told my husband to stand or find a bench to sit on. My husband explained that he was not bothering or blocking any person or business and was just waiting for me, and the benches were some distance away. He was waiting for only a few minutes! The guard emphasized that the policy is "no sitting on the floor anywhere." The guard suggested the benches half way down the Mall in the opposite direction from the area of our parked vehicle. Interesting -- because no where is the "NO SITTING ON THE FLOOR RULE" stated in their CODE OF CONDUCT. Also interesting is that the woman just across from my husband, about four feet away, standing with a double stroller and two young children who were SITTING ON THE FLOOR, was NOT told the same. It's okay for children but not the elderly, nor disabled elderly, to sit and rest for a few minutes on the floor. Hmmm. Interesting.How should I perceive this? Did the guard view my husband and wheel chaired father as nuisances? Homeless? Vagrants? Security problems? Safety problems? I think not. We viewed the situation and none of those labels fit us. We were no different than the woman with the stroller and children but we were treated differently. We feel appalled, discriminated against, and greatly saddened by the treatment. What started out as a nice slow day of necessary shopping turned into a depressing, unhappy event for us. We left the store with no intention of ever returning. I would suggest you add some more benches through the mall, rather than continue this type of discrimination and bothering of people who do not deserve it.
I cant get in some of the stores wheelchairs cant fit
I really don't come to Vegas to shop, and the shops at the Forum are no different than the shops in most malls across the country. It is a cool place to walk through and probably even cooler with the fountain statues are working. If you drink one of the yard drinks and look up at the ceiling, it looks like the sky is moving ;)
Is Richard Nixon serious about his post or this fictitious ad.