Stay away from this store. I went there on 7/27. The cashier had the register door open and wasn't wearing an ID Badge. I went to the cashier with a Polaroid Pronto camera marked $3.00 and 2 basketballs, one marked $2 and the other $3. The male cashier "SH" said the Polaroid camera was $31 not $3 because someone changed the price and it was very valuable. Then the cashier overcharged me on one of the basketballs. Of course I complained to Goodwill but they ignored me, but Consumer Affairs hasn't. This place should be avoided. If you're foolish enough to go there be sure to use a credit card and look at your receipt closely.
172 S Cascade Dr # 218Springville, NY 14141
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The GW prices are too high. Compare with other thrift stores. New items with the original price tag will be marked twice the original price. On Monday 2/17/14 I saw a pine TV dinner table painted black priced $38.00 @ the Transit Rd Williamsville location. A used tank top will run you $4.00. Go to Kohl"s Target or Walmart & get a new one on sale for $5.00. A hardcover book runs $2.50. Go to Salvation Army or Amvets & pay $1.00. GW may get someone to buy something @ a higher price, but they are losing out @ more people buying more items. I have also chosen to donate my items to the other thrifts because of their pricing.