True Value Corporate Office Headquarters

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True Value Corporate Office Headquarters
True Value Company
8600 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.
Chicago, IL 60631-3505 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-773-695-5000
Customer Service Number: 1-773-695-5000


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  1. I was at the True Value hardware store on 705 Bus. highway 83 Alamo,TX 78516 today 06/27/13. I was overcharged $200.00 on my account and person who charged me without a care in the world or apologizing said go to the back and they'll fix it. When speaking to management all they told me you'll see your money in 2 or 3 days no apology manager says, "human error" did not try to we will take care of the cashier for the mistake. Horrible service unacceptable something needs to be done so this type of service doesn't occur again.

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    1. They're not holding you hostage, if you're good at what you do you can find another job, if you're not good then this is what you get. Good spelling helps on a job application.

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  2. Horrendous customer service. received the round around between online and in-store when trying to order a garden cart. If the cart is no longer available why are you allowed to place it in your cart online. PULL THE CART FROM YOUR WEBSITE. Website says to call your local store for availability. Store says available in another wharehouse and to call online to order and have shipped to my house. Customer service says can't send from the warehouse. Don't sell it and hopefully you'll sit on a lot of merchandise as opposed to selling it to a customer that requested it. Horrible, horrible customer service philosophy. How rude to speak over a customer when they try to answer a question you asked!

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  3. I am a true value employee I work in small engine an I'm certified in all areas of small engine the store I work in is not up to date the computers are old always locking up an the store shelves look like the store is going to close there empty when customers come in looking for something we don't have it on the shelf I've been a small engine machanic for 30 years I'm very tired of struggleing to pay my bills the owners are buying them new trucks an houses an liveing good an haveing fun I'm not I'm 45 years old an I have a family I can't afford to take a day off because of what they pay me I can't spend time with my family either 950 an hour is wrong an very upsetting that's not enough to take care of a family with I'm very tired an Burt out an stressed I'm not the only one they pay poorly

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  4. I was in the true value in sc on John's island it was the worst store I've ever been in there's hardly nothing on the shelves it looks like the store is gonna close customer service is very rude an some guy he called his self the manager was acting very rude an makeing sexual passes towards me an I was very uncomfortable this is makeing true value look very bad I will never go back into another true value again an ill let all my friends know not to go in to them either

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  5. I made four trips to True Value in Kansas City Ks today using a fourth tank of gas to get a house key made. I am still stuck without a key that works. Is it that hard to make a key? I was very inconvenienced as a customer and very dissatisfied. I'll take it as a loss and do business elsewhere.

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  6. I went to True Value in Mystic CT. The items I needed were to heavy for me to lift and put in car. Cashier called for help. I was told it would be a few minutes and help would come. Well, I waited and waited and saw a True Value employee drive his loader to the front of the store. I made eye contact with him and asked for help. He got a broom out and pushed some sand around then went to talk to someone in a truck. I asked again for assistance. After being ignored I went to the cashier and changed my order to smaller pot soil bags and loaded my trunk myself. The True Value employee was watching me knowing I was struggling. They lost 3 customers that day. (myself , a sibling and a friend.) I'll use the bigger named stores and even Walmart since this incident. Why deal with local smaller business only to be treated as if your not there? I notified "Margo" the manager who gave a 1/2 hearted apology. So much for supporting local smaller stores!!! It's less expensive at Walmart anyways........................................BYE "true value" ...........................................

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  7. All of the stores are privately owned and managed. They can and will do NOTHING for you at the Corporate headquarters. I found that out the hard way. Ace, here I come.

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  8. My grandmother has been a loyal customer of her local true value store for many years. She sends her two riding lawnmowers down every year for their yearly tune up. This year she spent almost $500.00 in repair work and neither of the mowers are even usable. To top it off the sales rep who took her money over charged her and i'm sure put the difference in his pocket. When she called to speak with the manager they would do nothing to make amends. I will make sure that these mowers never go back and will tell everyone i come across to stay as far away from any True Value store as they can get.

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  9. After working in the construction industry for over forty years I think your new television commercial is sending the wrong message. It shows both a mother and daughter climbing the same step ladder at the same time to check on a bird house.

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