Sees Corporate Office Headquarters

Sees Corporate Office Headquarters
See's Candies, Inc.
210 El Camino Real
South San Francisco, California 94080 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-650-583-7307
Fax Number: 1-650-225-9430
Customer Service Number: 1-800-347-7337

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  1. Kevin Hansen and Linda belonick is the worse managers.. they are very unprofessional, they curse, wrote hours down they are not doing, Kevin fusses at Linda and they lie... this is a couple that works for see's candies at the kiosk for Thanksgiving in Christmas, but they are from California.. Linda was very rude to customers.

    1. His name is Kevin gansen and he would tell me how good I look in my uniform regularly, which made me feel uncomfortable.

    2. I also experienced rude service today. I only bought two pieces of candy and paid cash. The cashier's name was "Ebony" in the Sacramento store on Truxel, she was unpleasant, didn't smile, and didn't even ask if I wanted my receipt and just crumbled it and threw it out in the trash. I didn't say anything because I didn't want to make a big deal out of it but good customer service means you are friendly with customers.

  2. I'm very sad about the way ur company runs stores
    If u get rid if great employees u get a bonus Really I'm ashamed how how u give out extra money to management
    soon u won't have a company because of ur loss with good employees
    people come back cause of that and u don't notice such an easy thing

  3. I've reported See's employees trading candy for merchandise at mall; their profits exceed expectations but I am not paid for my dental work, pain & suffering; I hope Buffet reads this because I cofounded what's become Whole Foods & my gastric bypass which my brother performs at Princeton. Not right 2 B deceived by corporations; accountability to customer essential

  4. My family and I were at the Grove and walked into Sees to purchase some candy. There were two employees present a female and male. The male(white) employee was standing behind the counter in a military stand with his hands folded. He never once acknowledged our family to service us. At this point my daughter made a very wise decision stating that we should leave as we were not being serviced. As we were leaving the store the young lady asked if there was something that she could help us with. We explained that her counter part refused to serve us. It was very clear that he chose not to serve us and we chose not to make a purchase. This was unacceptable and someone should recommend psychological treatment. He had a look as if he was in the military on guard.


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