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Radio Shack = HORRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE (Kevin).
I went to the Radio Shack in Green Hills to get a battery changed from my car clicker. Meeting me with such rudeness and unprofessionalism was Kevin. I don't know what's wrong with him or the mood he is in, but he treated me with such disdain as if I was somehow inconveniencing him by walking in.
-Kevin basically threw the box of screwdrivers at me for me to open the clicker. So I did.
-Kevin was classless as he carried on a conversation on the phone while "helping" me.
-Kevin mumbled a few expletives at me or the general situation as he fumbled with the battery and opener for 5 minutes.
-Kevin also mentioned that it wasn't his job to make sure the battery that he installed actually worked in it.
I stood there quietly until he was finished. Finally, I asked him why he was acting like that. He gave excuses as one would do in his usual verbally abrasive way. I am never going back to Radio Shack again.
Have a great day Kevin, with your menial existence at a job you obviously hate.
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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