Goodwillís prices
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Jim

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Sunday Sep 9
Why so high?
Elmer

United States

#2 Sunday Sep 9
Jim wrote:
Why so high?
so they can profit from donated items
Chuck

Elizabethtown, KY

#3 Sunday Sep 9
Elmer wrote:
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so they can profit from donated items
Wow youíre a genius!
Fluffy

United States

#4 Sunday Sep 9
Salvation Army gives their stuff away. I would rather donate to them. I never understood why so many ppl would donate to Goodwill.
Jim

Philadelphia, PA

#5 Sunday Sep 9
Elmer wrote:
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so they can profit from donated items
Itís donated. You would think even a dollar would be a profit.
Darntootin

Philadelphia, PA

#6 Sunday Sep 9
Alls I know is I canít afford to shop there anymore.
John Bill

Elizabethtown, KY

#7 Sunday Sep 9
Does dey have ne dogs pins fer mys back yard heres at da trailer park?? Mys coon huntin dogs be needin new sleepin area b4 da winter
Jim

Philadelphia, PA

#8 Sunday Sep 9
John Bill wrote:
Does dey have ne dogs pins fer mys back yard heres at da trailer park?? Mys coon huntin dogs be needin new sleepin area b4 da winter
Why would you want to mock someone who has trouble with the English language.
Kensmart

United States

#9 Wednesday Sep 12
Its goodwill. A billion dollar company
John Bill

Nicholasville, KY

#10 Wednesday Sep 12
Jim wrote:
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Why would you want to mock someone who has trouble with the English language.
Because I can. And itís not my fault they have trouble with the English language. Itís theirs mainly because of their laziness.
Steve

Wheelersburg, OH

#11 Wednesday Sep 12
John Bill wrote:
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Because I can. And itís not my fault they have trouble with the English language. Itís theirs mainly because of their laziness.
If you're going to talk shit about someones English should really double check your own.....
Ashland

United States

#13 Wednesday Sep 12
They are ridiculously high.
research

Lancaster, OH

#14 Wednesday Sep 12
Darntootin wrote:
Alls I know is I can’t afford to shop there anymore.
Google salaries for Goodwills owner & CEOs. Then google history of the company. You will be flabbergasted. They help nobody but themselves.
Elmer

United States

#15 Wednesday Sep 12
Jim wrote:
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Itís donated. You would think even a dollar would be a profit.
it is. and their money doesn't go to any cause or charities.
Sad butt true

Lexington, KY

#16 Wednesday Sep 12
research wrote:
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Google salaries for Goodwills owner & CEOs. Then google history of the company. You will be flabbergasted. They help nobody but themselves.
Where does the few extra cents go they want you to round up for a backpack program or adult education? Also..do the workers get first choice of donated items before they hit the sale floor? Most of the good items donít make it out. They ship them to Huntington to put up for bid on their auction website.
Chuck

Nicholasville, KY

#17 Wednesday Sep 12
Elmer wrote:
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it is. and their money doesn't go to any cause or charities.
Mr Know It All strikes again!!
T.J.T.C.

Lancaster, OH

#18 Wednesday Sep 12
Targeted Jobs Tax Credit. The government give businesses a tax break for hiring paroled, just out of jail or prison, physically handicapped, low income families, for rehabilitating & training them a skill. Government also reimburses every penny of the wages they pay them. Pretty good gig. Free merchandise, free employees, and free payroll. They also have recycling centers they send all things unsellable. Glass, clothes, medals, stuff like that. Its amazing this owner has been doing this for years. It’s contributed to the name he chose, which is Goodwill. It has the ring of helping everybody, when they help nobody at all.
Stankey

Ironton, OH

#19 Wednesday Sep 12
[QUOTE who="T.J.T.C."]Targe ted Jobs Tax Credit. The government give businesses a tax break for hiring paroled, just out of jail or prison, physically handicapped, low income families, for rehabilitating & training them a skill. Government also reimburses every penny of the wages they pay them. Pretty good gig. Free merchandise, free employees, and free payroll. They also have recycling centers they send all things unsellable. Glass, clothes, medals, stuff like that. Its amazing this owner has been doing this for years. It√ʬĬôs contributed to the name he chose, which is Goodwill. It has the ring of helping everybody, when they help nobody at all.[/QUOTE]
They make me sick! All you said is true. They get everything donated and sell at whatever price they want, help no one without benefit to them self, it is all a sham! Look up salary of CEO All from donated items!! Quite the scam!! At least have the decency to pay a livable wage or help the community!
research

Lancaster, OH

#20 Wednesday Sep 12
Stankey wrote:
[QUOTE who="T.J.T.C."]Targe ted Jobs Tax Credit. The government give businesses a tax break for hiring paroled, just out of jail or prison, physically handicapped, low income families, for rehabilitating & training them a skill. Government also reimburses every penny of the wages they pay them. Pretty good gig. Free merchandise, free employees, and free payroll. They also have recycling centers they send all things unsellable. Glass, clothes, medals, stuff like that. Its amazing this owner has been doing this for years. It√ɬĘ√ā¬Ä√ās contributed to the name he chose, which is Goodwill. It has the ring of helping everybody, when they help nobody at all."

They make me sick! All you said is true. They get everything donated and sell at whatever price they want, help no one without benefit to them self, it is all a sham! Look up salary of CEO All from donated items!! Quite the scam!! At least have the decency to pay a livable wage or help the community!
He started the business way back in the 50’s. I think the story goes something like this. After yard sales people had stuff they didnt sale but didnt want to return it to the home or keep it. He began taking all leftovers to have his own sales which quickly overwhelmed him. As news quickly spread about him hauling unwanted but good stuff, he opened a 2nd hand store and came up with probably the best and most deceptive name possible. GOODWILL. To this day, people still believe they do good for their community by giving back. Which in fact, they dont. It was the name GOODWILL, that made him rich.
research

Lancaster, OH

#21 Wednesday Sep 12
If you want to donate your unwanted items and want them to actually help people, I suggest donating to the Salvation Army. Google top pay of ceo of Salvation Army and you will once again be flabbergasted. Only this time, a bit different. Its about $13 thousand a year, and they help a lot of people & families.

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