vender

United States

#145 Aug 12, 2012
We have some new venders and I want to welcome them, also have some great new items because there were three auctions this weekend.
A new vendor

Chicago, IL

#146 Aug 12, 2012
Well thank you vendor for welcoming us new vendors.
Now, I would like to hear what kinds of stuff people like to buy there. I have lots of things I need to get rid of from my house plus my mother's house, who just passed away a couple months ago. But I'm really not sure what kind of things sale better.
vender

United States

#155 Aug 13, 2012
you get it for the ending price, the auction makes money or they would quit, how dumb can you be?
billy joe

United States

#161 Aug 16, 2012
what is a venders mall
vender
#162 Aug 17, 2012
It is a place where you can sometimes find hard to find items and some antiques and lots of things that are low priced even some new stuff that would be way cheaper than wal mart or other main retailers. It is a great place to go to find a bargan.
shopper

Cookeville, TN

#163 Aug 21, 2012
vender wrote:
It is a place where you can sometimes find hard to find items and some antiques and lots of things that are low priced even some new stuff that would be way cheaper than wal mart or other main retailers. It is a great place to go to find a bargan.
what are the hours there at williamsburg vendors mall ?
hours

United States

#164 Aug 21, 2012
I think 10:00am to 5:00pm weekdays and 1:00pm to 5:00pm Sunday.
Jesse

Pineville, KY

#165 Aug 22, 2012
I have always been treated good at the vendor's mall. Good store.
Citizen

Crete, IL

#167 Sep 17, 2012
I went in there today and saw that some vendors are putting out Halloween decorations and costumes. Some vendors are putting out Christmas decorations also.
Vendor

Williamsburg, KY

#168 Sep 26, 2012
There is a sign on the door that clearly reads "NO PURSES LARGER THAN THIS"....so people shouldn't be taken by surprise. If theiving wasn't such a huge problem around here...they wouldn't have to do this. But how many times have you seen someone walking through walmart and slipping stuff in their diaper bag. I have on many occasions.
vender also

United States

#169 Sep 26, 2012
I agree, it is to easy for people to steal things, I almost never carry my purse in but even when I do I always open it up and let them look inside on my own, I do not care because I have nothing to hide, the ones that complain I think they are the theves, why else would they care. I have had a few things taken and it makes me mad, us venders have to work hard to have our items there and I would confront any one I saw stealing, so yes the venders watch for theves too.
vendor 2

Chicago, IL

#170 Sep 26, 2012
Couldn't agree more! If I am out sick, the ladies working there are great about picking up my booth! I have had stolen and even worse, I have had people go in and intentionally break stuff! I work hard everyday, most of the time if someone makes a reasonable offer, I will even give a discount. Just don't steal it!:)
shopper

Manchester, KY

#172 Oct 11, 2012
I just left the vendors mall,and I racked up on Christmas decorations. I just moved to a bigger place and wanted more decorations this year. I found alot of new and vintage decorations over there. I was really suprised at all the vendors that has Christmas decorations out already. So if anyone out there is looking for Christmas decorations, go there first, they have really good prices too.
Comics

Knoxville, TN

#173 Oct 11, 2012
Does the vendor with the comic in thier booth restock them often?
Shopper

Franklin, TX

#174 Oct 23, 2012
I love the vendors mall. You never know what kind of treasures you will find.
Legal Facts

Middlesboro, KY

#175 Oct 29, 2012
Your rights as a customer

As a customer entering a shop, you have rights when it comes to bag checking. They are:
•You have the right to know before entry that a shop conducts bag checks. Signage must be clearly displayed at the entrance/s to the shop.
•Store personnel are only allowed to look in your bag; they are not allowed to touch the contents of your bag. However, if you are asked to remove an object in your bag so they can see inside properly you are expected to cooperate.
•Personal handbags the size of a sheet of A4 paper or smaller should not be checked, unless the shopkeeper is certain the handbag contains goods from that shop which have not been paid for.
•A shopkeeper is only allowed to detain you and call the police in situations where they are sure an offence has been committed.



Your responsibilities as a customer

Although you have rights as a customer, you must also be aware of the guidelines that exist to protect the shopkeeper. They are:
•By entering a shop which has clearly displayed signs that bag checks are conducted, you accept the shopkeeper’s right to ask you to open your bags for checking.
•The shopkeeper’s right to check your bags also includes checking cartons, parcels or any other container you are carrying that could reasonably conceal goods.
•If you refuse to allow shop staff to check your bags you can be asked to leave the shop and not return.
Lmao

Maryville, TN

#176 Jan 21, 2013
Worker wrote:
<quoted text>This is topix. You can be anything you choose. Why choose stupid?
hehe now that was funny
vendor

Williamsburg, KY

#177 Jan 21, 2013
I had a booth at the Williamsburg Vendors Mall for a year. I had things stolen from me all of the time. So yes there is plenty to steal and I lost a lot of valuable items to theifs. Also the sign on the door clearly reads if your purse is bigger than the square on it they can check it. So why get mad about it. You know it before you go in.
Working class poor

Lenoir City, TN

#179 Feb 23, 2013
There used to be a sign that said"if your purse is bigger than this don't bring it in or we will check in it as you leave" be familiar with what surrounds you... These people are protecting the people selling the stuff . If I was paying someplace 75 dollars or more a month to sell my stuff I sure wouldn't want them to let people steal me blind...just go by the rules and you will not have problems out of anyone there!
Vendor2

Manchester, KY

#180 Feb 24, 2013
Yeah, I've had stuff stolen too. I had a pair of infant shoes stolen a few months ago, they tore the tag off and left it laying on the shelf. So they brought a child in with no shoes on, and left with shoes on the child. I would give someone anything I had, if they didn't have money, but don't steal from me. It was a pair of Nikes, only had $6.50 on them, and they had not been worn that much, still looked very good. So what did that teach that child? And everyone wants to know what is wrong with people/young er generation. Now when I put shoes over there, I only put one in my booth. They have to ask for the mate at the desk.

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