save a buck furniture store

save a buck furniture store

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badbusiness

Magee, MS

#1 Dec 3, 2011
Anybody else out there have a bad experience there? He followed my kids around like they were criminals- and after my son sat his toy car on top a dresser and I took it away and told him not to sit it there, the guy told me my son had to leave. Not being dramatic here-it was that simple and he made that big a deal of it. He treated my kids horribly- and after talking to other people, apparently he treats all children that way. That's not a good way to sell furniture or do business in any way.
Reallyinbgky

Canton, OH

#2 Dec 3, 2011
They are way to expensive. As well. Horrible prices

Since: Dec 11

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#3 Jan 19, 2012
Save A Buck sucks. I wouldn't buy a frosted dog turd there even if they paid me too. It's all shit furniture. Don't waste your time or money.
Anon

Chicago, IL

#4 Jun 27, 2013
We had a very good experience there! My husband, myself and MY SON. The owner was very friendly and helpful. And as far as quality goes the prices were fine! He was cheaper than any other store in bg.
lala

Greenville, IN

#5 Jun 27, 2013
Where is this place?

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