Pawnshops: 10 Things to Know »
Most people think of pawn stores as a way to make cash quickly or a place to buy an inexpensive ring. In reality, they're a lot more complex than simple buy-and-sell transactions…
Very helpful. Good atmosphere.
I have a great experience for retail business. they are very nice people.very good service.They are cool . very nice and clean store
Great service great food great store love to come to this store been doing it since 15 years ago when I move to San Bernardino
Always friendly & courteous nice market to come too. Cheap cigarettes & quality fast food (burritos & tacoes.
I wondered in the after seeing it for many years and tried the Asada fries. Great food and I've been back frequently in the past few weeks.
Too slow , won't open another register when there's a lot of people, special on the Rush hour like 5 o'clock
MASS INCOMPETENCE - COMPLETELY DYSFUNCTIONALI called Stater Bros to report the very negative behavior of their staff, at one of their stores, and was met with sheer apathy and total dysfunction. It was delay, deny, deceive, and deflect. The same old worn out dysfunctional corporate tactics that don't work. The staff at this corporate office do not know what they are doing. They are totally incompetent. They tried to claim it was my fault that their one of their employees was displaying negative behaviors. We cannot blame our poor behavior on someone else. It's simply not going to work. Anyone who believes this, is delusional.One of their managers called me an Okie on the phone, and they tried to lie their way out of it.Stater Bros is completely unprofessional and totally dysfunctional. Stater Bros has proven time and again - they absolutely have no standards.
I purchased chicken at this store last week and then found out about: the Salmonella outbreak. . this is a headline quote from the internet. . ."Salmonella Outbreak 2013 News Update, Symptoms and Treatment: Foster Farms Chicken Sickens 278 in California, Texas, Washington, Florida." The numbers to look for on the "Salmonella chicken" were P6137, P6137A, and P7632. Well, as I had just finished cooking some chicken I thought I should check out the packages. I could not believe it that I had some with P6137 on it and that this Stater Bros had placed a label right below the Foster Farm label with the Stater Bros price label covering the P6137 number. I went to my freezer and checked the other Foster Farm labels and the numbers were covered also. The numbers were P6137. I called the store then That was two nights ago and asked to speak to the manager. I asked why the numbers were covered up. He said that the Stater Bros. Headquarters had told them to do it and laughed when I asked him why would they do such okey-dokey dishonesty. He replied that the chicken was not recalled.
I am a semi-mild couponer in San Bernardino and came across this AWESOME deal that Ralph's had going. Now, I live on the other side of town on the border of Highland near the old air force base. I drove ALL the way up there hoping to find the same nice service that I had 10 years before when I lived on the other side of town. NOPE! Before shopping at this store I familiarized myself with the company coupon policy (which states that each store has the right to place limits as they see fit), but what I walked into was beyond me. First off, I would think that the idea of a huge sale is to move products off the shelves, as well as bring in the customers and hope that they spend more money on additional products while shopping. NOT AT THIS STORE! Apparently, they don't know how to order a large enough supply to supplement the impending sale. I was trying to do 2 transactions... not 10 or 20, just 2 and that was not allowed! Furthermore, I obey the laws of couponing... I don't photo copy, purchase, trade or misuse coupons, and follow all the rules written on them to the best of my ability; however, this store does not allow you to use more than 3 of the same face value coupons for the same items. Meaning if I pick up 5 bottles of laundry detergent, and I have 3 coupons clipped from the newspapers (that I clipped myself) and 2 from the internet, I cannot use them all.... Even though it's clear that they are not duplicated. On top of it all... I found out that they don't allow you to "roll" your deals. That means when you make certain purchases, sometimes a strip of paper called a Catalina will print out and give you $1, $2, or $5 off your next shopping order. To "roll" this means that you make one transaction, the Catalina prints, and you do another transaction to use the catalina and do it again. This is huge for those trying to save money. The sad thing about it is I called the other Ralph's in Rialto and they didn't have any such rules. The manager and employees kept trying to tell me that it was a company policy, but corporate said no, but the store has the right to make those additional rules. PLUS, while I was shopping I saw another couple couponing the huge sale with 2 baskets FULL of promotional products. When they checked out, they walked out with ALL of it... I walked out with some! Maybe I look like someone who would try to rip off the store, or maybe they just know the other couple really well. Either way, I will never shop at this store again! Last but not least, the first day I went the cashier was sooo sweet and nice while trying to explain the rules, and I appreciated it, even though the rules upset me so terribly. The manager was kind about it too, but in a more short and to the point manner, which didn't bother me too much. I went back the next day as their rules indicated I needed to do, hoping to have a better experience and give it a fair chance, and so that I could finish what I was trying to do the first day, and on my second trip the cashier I had did me in! Although she wasn't incredibly rude, how she said things to me indicated a snobby *b* tone. She rolled her eyes about everything and her expressions indicated that I was an inconvenience. Check it out lady... it's not WHAT you say, it's HOW you say it. So I told her, next time I'll just take their ad to Wal-Mart and Target for a price match, and Target is better anyways! She got offended and said they don't have the coupons they do! Well, at least I CAN use my coupons and MORE everywhere else! So good riddens Ralph's on University. I hope that many more people learning to coupon to save a few dollars read this and think twice before trying to visit the worst store in the IE.