Re: DEFFECTIVE PRODUCTS
by SiouxFan - Posted Mon December 10, 2007 @ 6:45 PM
And it begins...
You say you saw the receipt expired October 8, yet you still were upset when you went at the end of October to get a refund. Is there something you don't understand about 90 days?
Then you say you tried to call corporate but no one would give you the number, but the next sentence says they were no help anyway. Obviously you got the number. If not, the 1-800 is on the return policy sign behind Guest Service and on the back of the receipts to name a few places.
And where in the world did Target "not supporting our military men" come into play? Besides being completely false, it doesn't relate to your letter at all.
You want them to refund you the item so badly, and yet you say you weren't a fan of them in the first place, and even if they do refund you, that you will only be an occasional shopper. What kind of incentive is that?
"It is not like I came into the store 6 months later and expected you to do something about it." But it is like you came into the store almost 4 months later and expected them to do something about it. If they granted an exception for you, where do they draw the line? 5 months? 6 months? A year?
Have you ever heard of the saying "You get what you pay for"? An electric can opener for $6.69 is not going to last long. If you want quality, you'll have to pay more for it.
Target did not make this item. It is under the Chefmate brand. Try calling 1-800-303-0308 (Target's Guest Relations) and asking for Chefmate's information. Maybe Chefmate will be able to help you.
And please leave the military excuse out of it. It is not a reasonable excuse and to use it only takes away from those who actually have it as a reasonable excuse.