To whom it may concern:I write this email to let you know of an ex-employee of yours, Edwin Bonilla. Edwin worked at the Armani Exchange located in Aventura Mall, inside Bloomingdales. I met Edwin at his current employment. He is working at a store in Merrick Park, Purificacion Garcia. As I was being attended by Edwin at PG, he mentioned that he was a formal employee of yours (Armani Exchange). I must express to your office, Edwin speaks highly of your brand and has so much knowledge of it. He communicated and broke down all the branches of your business with such grace that for a moment I was transformed, and felt as if I was in an actual AE department store. It was amazing and impressive to see how skilled and knowledgeable Edwin is about your brand. I would recommend employing him once again, someone that is dedicated to your brand like Edwin, is very hard to find in today's job market. Sincerely, Rosa Rivaflecha
I visited your AX at the Cabezaon Premium Outlets in Cabezon, CA on Wednesday, July 6, 2016 between the hours of 12:00 pm and 12:45 pm.It was one of many visits in several years. Unfortunately, during my visit, I was treated as a common criminal by the only female employee on duty at that time. She followed me around the store and I heard her repeatedly tell the othermale associates to follow me and watch me closely as I browsed through the store and tried on clothes in the fitting room.As I made my purchase with my AMEX PLATINUM CARD, she appeared to be quite surprised that an African American would be an American Express customer (a loyal one to be exact).It is also important to note that there were others shoppers in the store who were not African American and who did not receive this type of scrutiny. I am not certain as to when AX enacted this policy, but be informed that it is HARASSMENT.Your employees should refrain from this behavior unless they want tobe reported to the State of California's Attorney General.
I had my eye on a beautiful shirt at the Armani Exchange at our local mall in Palm Beach Gardens. I could not really afford it. I checked back a few times and finally..it was on sale! And affordable! But, I must say that I am completely disappointed and feel like a fraud victim because alas...it was Made In China just like the clothes at Walmart! Shame on you. I thought it was Italian made or at least... Made in the USA.
I purchased an Armani Exchange Chronograph three-eye chronograph complication dial watch while on a cruise recently. I was told it had a luminous dial and since it had large numbers I thought it would be easier to see without my glasses at night. Much to my surprise when I got home and wore it, I found that it did have a luminous dial but not hands. The numbers were indeed luminous but the hands are not, even though the hands look like they have luminous paint on them. This makes the watch useless in the dark. My question is, is this normal? Aren’t the hands supposed to be luminous? I mean, because the hands not being luminous renders the watch useless in the dark. I can see the numbers but not where the hands are so I can’t tell what time it is in the dark. I just wanted to know if all your watches are like this or did I get a bad one, since I now have to get another new watch, so I can see it in he dark.So far no help from anyone on this. Not a good sign or endorsement for Armani.
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