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King's Display Rack & Mannequins


410 Adelaide St W
Toronto, ON M5V 1S8

(416) 703-0231
kingsdisplay.com

Rating: out of 5 stars (3 reviews)
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Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm; Sat 9:30am-2pm
Status: Closed

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King's Display Rack & Mannequins offers these services: furnitures, commercial.
by ourbis on July 19, 2013 from ourbis

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Too bad.. So sad.: The lady who claims she met bad people actually bought a mannequin one day, checked it before she left the store, used it for a week and decided that it was actually broken and brought it back asking for a full refund even when there is a no refund or exchange policy due to the conflict of rentals. She refused to take NO REFUND as an answer so she left her mannequin on the street and took off. She refuses payment and went to King's Mannequins and demanded that they sign their name on a peice of paper saying that they sold her a damaged mannequin and now are replacing her with a new one. Again, she refused to take NO for an answer but because she realized(thank goodness she finally did) that if she did not come to an agreement with the company, she would end up with no mannequin at all. To be honest, there were really two options to me:<br/> 1. Sign your name and take the mannequin<br/> 2. Go home, refuse your payment because you didn't get a product and sleep your fears away.<br/><br/>No idea as to why she was frightened. She was probably angry because she never got her way...<br/> I feel bad for a lady who at her age has never had it.. 'NOT her way'.<br/> Somebody grab her a tissue.
Rated 5 stars by caren on June 15, 2010
Bad people: They sold me a damaged mannequin and denied that I returned it when I contacted Visa. Short nearly $400, I went to talk to them and they physically forced me to write a letter in their words indicating they were "giving" me a mannequin because I "misplaced" the one I bought. The bouncer looking guy wouldn't let me out of the store until I did while the young girl swore and laughed at me. I was SCARED like NEVER before. Do not support BAD PEOPLE. We work too hard for our money to give it away to bullies who humiliate defenseless patrons.
Rated 1 stars by Linda Elfassy on March 13, 2010

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