Shopping >Radio Shack
Don't Shop at this RadioShack. The manager is dishonest and aggressive towards customers and the employees. When I experienced this in the store it upset me so much that I called the district manager to report the incident. The district manager never called me back. The name of the game of this Radioshack is maximum profits. And those profits are a value they hold above customer satisfaction. So, the management knows nothing about sound business practices. The place kind of reminds me of a used car lot for electronics- high pressure sales, dishonest sales practices, and a very uncomfortable atmosphere. If you do decide to go there make sure the younger gentleman with dark hair helps you. He's the only rational one that works there. Lastly, don't even attempt to return an item. It's not worth the stress. They work on commission so every time you return something they lose earnings from their sales ... which makes them sad and nervous ... and you can feel the tension in the air.
When it comes to selection, the Kmart of electronics carries practically every tech goody under the sun..
While the name dates back to the invention of the radio at the turn of the 20th century, today the electronic store offers a myriad of modern technological finds. With equipment ranging from the latest crop of cell phones, digital cameras, batteries, and various accessories for the home, car and office, the store can outfit even the most electronically-challenged shopper. The sales associates are dedicated, knowledgeable and quick to assist and answer any questions. And yes, you can still buy a radio there, too.
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