Sevice is terrible, was fair shopping before remodel, not very good now.For vendors its terrible. They charge exorbent prices. And change them at their will, and my pegboard wall went from $20.00 to $50.00 in one shot. They hide the raise in the paper work where unless You read every thing every time You won't notice it. I'm out of there as soon as can get my butt out of there. And would advisr all vendors to do the same before they do the same to You.
If I could give it zero stars I would. We had over $200 worth of merchandise stolen in one month. This made us decide to go elsewhere. The items we had stolen were not smalls they were drills grinders and a 2x4 antique mirror. The only way these items could be stolen was one, just walk out the door with them, 2, have a large purse which I have seen many, or 3, other vendors are stealing from booths. The security system is a joke. Vendors mart needs to train better. The employees are fine but it seems to be management's problem. I would not recommend having a booth at Vendors mart.
It is a lot of fun to meet the various vendors and engage in friendly chat while browsing their booths. Every one there is very friendly and the variety of items from antiques to new items allows for everyone to find something of interest! I would recommend to anyone visiting Springfield or our local folks looking for a bargain stop in and check this hidden treasure out!
they are friendly and very nice store they have just about every thing you need i know the owener of the store and he is very nice and his wife is nice
Great swap meet, clean, friendly, fun place. Great deals and a wide variety! You never know what you will find.
Do "NOT" shop here and that is to bad for the vendors. My family and I spent 2 hours shopping and would take things to the counter to hold while we continued to shop. I went up one time and the girl that was behind the counter took one of my items and said I want this if they don't come back after it. When we went to pay of course that item was gone and could not be found. I ask for the girl to be brought up to ask what she did with it and she said "oh I remember that" I don't know and left. You could tell they had it, so I told them to keep it all that we had up there and it was very poor business. To bad for the owner as well, we had over $200. Worth of items and we will never go there again. There needs to be adult supervision behind the counter not immature teenagers. Very rude to people.
Vendor's Mart claims no liability for damaging property once sales are completed. This store sells a lot of furniture. Once you purchase furniture, unless you immediately retrieve it from the premises they move it from their show room. They also help you load your furniture onto your vehicle unless you specifically tell them to leave your furniture alone.I bought a living room set on 10/30/15, invoice 569849, item number 825. It included a $50.00 chair, $75.00 loveseat, and a $100.00 couch. When the staff loaded the couch onto my truck (without my expressed permission) one of the staff-members shoved the piece of furniture without lifting it and snapped the rear right couch leg off. At that point I asked to speak with a manager. Allegedly, there was no manager working at that time, so the staff-member wrote a note for them to read later. I was to return Monday to discuss the damages. I chose to leave the furniture set at the store and refused to touch any piece of it after the staff broke it. I also informed them that I was no longer interested in buying any of the three piece set since the couch was broken and the purpose of buying the set was to have a matching living room set.When I returned the following Monday the manager on shift was distracted by her phone when called to speak to me. She wrote down my information and remarked, "I'll call the owner, but I don't think she will do anything for you. I will call you tomorrow."Tomorrow came and I received no call. I went back to the store twice, being told I needed to speak to "Melanie." When I finally spoke with Melanie she was completely unsympathetic and blamed me for allowing their staff to break my furniture. "We can not be accountable for every little thing that breaks in our store," is what she told me. I informed her that I didn't believe it was fair to break a patron's purchased goods and then not compensate them. She retorted that it wasn't fair to make the store's employees move my furniture and then get upset when they break it. I want to stress that I did not give them consent to touch my furniture. I even had a friend with me that day to help me move it and I can call on him as a witness to the indecent.
Be weary if you are vendor. They have a reputation for ripping off vendors, stealing merchandise and over-charging vendors. I have filed a complaint with the better business bureau and the attorney generals office but I also feel that new and prospective vendors should be warned.
Has to be the BEST in Springfield Mo. Nice and clean with heat and air. With over 4000 square board feet of shelves just filled with toys, vintage video games, board games, glassware and 1000's of other things. I visit them every 3 days due to the high volume of new items. These folks are located at 1303 South Glenstone. Springfield, Mo. 3000 square feet filled to the brim. Whats nice is they know their stuff and know if they have it or not.
The workers and manager are all kids. They know nothing and really bad management. If you are a vendor over there, they will change the rule whenever they want and push you around. The checking the lock of display cases policy was horrible. I went there and found out my display case was unlocked !There is not enough traffic in there to make money. Kept paying rent but make nothing out of it !Overall this is the worst flea market I have worked with ever.