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…
really bad applilances and even worse service. avoid this place al all costs. Sears should be ashamed of the quality of merchandise they sell and their service staff
Today I was in Ross,next to the cruise terminal in San Diego,I am a crew member.My server name was Alexander.It-s a shame ,I paid for the Guess women bag ;and after on-board the ship I realized that this guy didn't give it to me,together with my all purchases. I WAS SHOCKED.IT'S NOT ABOUT MONEY....IT'S ABOUT FACT THAT HE IS STILLING.I WILL NEVER COME BACK TO YOUR ROSS ANY MORE.SHAME
Where do I start.. Let's see i had been going there for years roll I was told I forgot to pay for something i said no I didn't had the recipient the owner's son who runs that store ripped it up in my face saying I said you got to pay I said I'm not paying. RUDE THAN TO FIND OUT HE BOUGHT A PHONE I HAD SROLEN FROM ME MOCKING MY PICTURES. THESE PEOPLE ARE OUT OF CONTROL.. THERE ALWAYS FIGHTING WITH CUSTOMERS. BUYING STOLEN PROPERTY. MOCKING WOMEN AND. IT'S A PLACE I WOULD NOT EVER GO TO AGAIN
I've been coming there for years I buy 10 to $20 a day just about every day I was $0.02 short on buying my car clock after I spent $10 on other things when I let me slide for the $0.02 even though when I find my dark off box I don't ask you to change which I will ask him to change now and even though it's $0.04 I asked it's like $0.40 after spending $10 I need 2 more sense to buy one more pack dark o'clock and he would not let me slide after coming in this for all these years so I will only buy my dark black there I will not buy my electronics there no more Electronics there no more whatsoever or any other snacks you lost a very good customer
Stopped in to purchase a light jacket due to a weather change on a vacation. Left the store with cool socks, two sweaters and a blouse for work. No jackets that worked for me this time.
Jaroco Discount MarketGolden Hill“One whisky, one bourbon, one dozen eggs …” (With apologies to George Thorogood)At the corner of 25th and B streets sits what many Golden Hill locals purport to be the best liquor store in the area, perhaps ever. Sober locals. It’s the Jaroco Market, surprise! What can possibly fuel that kind of love for a store, a liquor store no less, an establishment that usually comes with a mercantilist stigma in our society? Well to get there one must first consider the neighborhood. It is a mainly urban, residential, eclectic collection of architectural styles, both homes and businesses, that date back to the 1920’s. Jaroco itself was built during commercialization of the area back in the 1940’s. According to the current owner Sean Salem “Jaroco has been a local liquor store since it was built.” Can you imagine granddad back in the 40’s era SD, grilling up dinner at the Turf Club next door, then stumbling over to Jaroco before singing himself home with a bottle of moonshine under one arm and eggs, milk, and butter under the other? The place itself has history and character and attracts a modern, eclectic, and mellow crowd in harmony with the hood. Currently Jaroco’s run by an accessible, engaged and very friendly staff whom give it an ol’ general store kind of atmosphere; and, says Sean, “We’ve never been robbed.”A testament to the neighborhood, I think. That, and reasonably priced beers and eggs.