This is very sad but the new person name Dora is the most unprofessional and nasty person I see she give price like she is the manager of the a five star store boutique my Daugherty get a jack for 35 dollars and the store sell the same for 25 no damage please avoid and we call the main number and no way to stop this God Help us
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The staff contradicts each other. One clerk informs me the items behind the display window with red tags are 50%. Just as i am about to pay the cashier, she says they are not 50% and states: " this is really nice and we can't give it to you at 50%) she wants to sell the items at full price. To my disappointment i was not able to get the item. Shortly after however, someone else was able to get the exact item I intended to purchase but they got it at 50%!!! This is not fair!!! Not only are they VERY unorganized but one of cashier (aside from the one who provided with misleading information) is extremely rude and gives you attitude when you find nice items at low prices.
The stuff you buy there really makes a difference in Miami. The people who work there are people who can't get a job anywhere else. They take drug addicts and the homeless who want to turn their lives around, provide drug treatment programs, teach them the basic skills we all take for granted, like showering, getting up and dressing professionally, and taking pride in their work. They even provide certifications for other professions because everyone can't possibly work at a Thrift store. Shopping at The Salvation Army really is getting beggars off the street corner. I only wish more people were willing to go there and turn their lives around.
I never donate to GoodWill . I only donate to the Salvation Army because their CEO's and management receive minimum salaries and the rest goes to people in need. They have fewer areas for drop off because they put money in other areas, trust me it's worth the extra drive to give to a company that gives to others and NOT their greedy pockets- like Good Will!
Prices are high as an antique shop!!!! Clean and organize! absolutely not a place to find a bargain, and if you find one, the staff will tell you that the price is not the correct one, unless you are one of their friends!!!! The staff will give you a very bad attitude and hard time. Don't ask questions about some dealings that you noticed either, or they'll threaten to call the police on you. AVOID these place.
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