10-30-2010 09:20 PM
well just went to best buy and had the worst supervisor slash manager tell me that bust buy workers lied to me befor christmas because i told him my warranty said my item could be replaced and that the representative told me , also and he said well he lied to you , icant even believe he told me that best buy should at least hire people that make them look good im considering shoping else where from now on.
10-30-2010 09:31 PM
totally have to agree its a shame anymore , you spend your hard earned money and to top it off, you have to deal with idiots at customer service sheesh thought you needed a diploma towork at minum wage jobs, mcdonalds requires it why dosnt best buy lol
10-30-2010 09:35 PM
wow well dont no what best buy on this earth you go to cuz it seems like there rep is not good these days. by the list of complaints i see , and i no you cant please everyone but bygalee, they can atleast tell there workers to be polite.
i feel bad that you have to work for them. i would rather purchase from walma** these days they atleast are extremly polite.
10-31-2010 05:00 PM
You all might feel bad for him working at Best Buy, but at least he doesn't generalize thousands of people trying to make a living into one stereotypical, minimum wage making, rude, and apparently stupid imagining of a Best Buy employee. If you have nothing better to do than to sit on here and complain about how a company didn't pay for every little thing that went wrong with YOUR personal property that they HAPPENED to sell you, then I am very sad for you. The GS agent on here is apparently very lucky to have such an optimistic attitude, despite all of your sad and miserable attempts to get him down. Keep hangin in there, agent. I'll take the BTP over the manufacturers warranty anyday.
11-03-2010 01:24 AM
Ladies and gentlemen, let's have a round of applause for the product of the American education of English.
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11-05-2010 03:47 PM
Based on what you mentioned in your original post, it sounds as though your product is covered by Geek Squad® Black Tie Protection (GSBTP). Unlike the Product Replacement Plans (PRPs) we offered prior to 09/14/2008, all GSBTP plans require that repairs be sought before an in-store exchange can be provided. Without additional details regarding your purchase, of course, it’d be difficult to determine exactly what your service options should be.
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