Shopping >Out Of The Closet Thrift Store
excellent service, amazing deals, good thrift store
USE GOODWILL or SALVATION ARMY INSTEAD.
I cant believe this screwed up place. I donated all kinds of stuff. I was moving and every day cam with 7-8 LARGE bags and every day got a receipt.
On the last day I brought stuff My wife accidentally put in a coffe mug I got in Brazil with great sentimental value The following morning i was at the store waiting for them to open. I walked in the back and told Giovani what I left and described the mug in detail. He told me to go in and look for it.
Before Giovanni went into the office he told the clerk if i find it to make sure he CHARGE me for it. When I found out I talked to Giovanni and despite the fact I had donated THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS worth of stuff that week that was already on the floor and selling and despite the fact I described the mug in detail before i walked in and that I had receitts fors several consecutive days the %&*()%$ guy REFUSED to give me back my mug unless I paid for it.
I had like 4 more days of moving and I am giving the rest to Goodwill or Sal Army. The guy was a manager if you can believe it. ! I use to give checks to this place but no more. What an idiotic thing.
So end result is they wont get my fridge , other art. and other highly valuable things and I also will not support their cause all because of one dope.
Sassy thrift store chain is a fixture in L.A.'s fight against AIDS..
This L.A. institution on the thrift shop circuit benefits the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. Inside, expect a haphazard smattering of furniture, clothing and housewares, some of which is a solid step up from Goodwill and Salvation Army inventories. A hodgepodge of folks patronize the place, from college kids looking for first apartment furnishings to seasoned bargain hunters. The staff is approachable and strives to be helpful.
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