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All Thrift Stores, Secondhand Vintage and Consignment Shop Listings for in Zip Code 28117 Mooresville, NC
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The Goodwill comment left iadvertantly under the River Highway Goodwill in Mooresville, NC was not accurate for that location. However, that comment and rating was left by me and was intended to be written under this Williamson rd Goodwill only and NOT the other.I apologize for the confusion and hope that someone from The ThriftShopper.com site can fix my error (Read More)
Unfortunately there is lots of junk at this Mooresville Habitat. Broken, dusty, dirty items for way to much money, buy it new at Walmart just behind this store, itll be new for nearly the same pricing (Read More)
This particular Mooresville Goodwill is well over priced compared to other Goodwills in the area they mark up new items sometimes up to $7 where you could buy a $7 adult shirt or kids shirt at Walmart for the same or nearly the same price. Housewares and furniture are often salvaged,new in boxes still or used but they are again still all over priced. I have heard other shoppers mentioning this too, if you didnt know already you sometimes might think your at a Kmart store and Not at Goodwill, Matter a fact, Ross Store around the corner has some same exact New items for lower prices than this Goodwill. It is well organized now compared to a year ago and most cashiers are still very friendly and I remind myself that the money spent here at Goodwill is going towards helping others. (Read More)
ASK TO TAKE ANYTHING MAJOR YOU WANT TO BUY OUTSIDE IN THE LIGHT TO SEE IT outside the darkness of their store; apparently, they will oblige. Take couches, tables, etc. outside so you can see really what anything looks like. Basically, the manager lied through her teeth to me in order to adhere to the store's policy. In short, I bought a table painted and decorated by one of their volunteers. I was excited to support their work and showed up today to pick it up. Once out of the dark store and into the light, everyone could see that the paint job was terribly shoddy: the volunteer had missed many sections, only done one coat, and painted over essential hardware. Now, the manager agreed with me that the job was shoddy, and I asked her, in my place, what she would do? She then went on about what she would do to fix the shoddy job--not looking at me at all while speaking. I let her know I did not believe her. I could tell her answer was not a real answer, but lying for the cause. I have bought many things there, friends and family have, and just last week I was bragging to someone about the store. You know, the average dissatisfied customer tells 30 people about their experience? Well, even though the table amounted to, in the end, false advertising, she would not take it back. I said, come now, should I have asked you to take it outside into the sunlight to see it? She said yes. Okay--so, that is my suggestion to anyone dealing with them; I NEVER will again. Before hitting an unpleasant stalemate with her, I suggested how to better train their volunteers--that if they are going to bother letting someone paint anything, please train them better. I will never cross their door again, and I will let everyone I know not to. My exit with her was less than graceful on my part (not proud of that) but I will spend my money at these places that support causes instead: Ebenezer's Attic in Wilkesboro, Yokefellow in Statesville, etc. I will work on this table to make it work for me--and to cover over the highly duplicitous sale of it to me by them. Yes, no refunds/no returns is their policy--but, so, I assume, forthright sales and being truthful are not. In their dark store, I could not see what I saw in the sunlight. Light exposes many falsehoods--thus, take anything you want from them outside to see it before purchase. And, again, their cause is more important than their ethics. (Read More)