Terrible Customer Service-Nasty 'Manager'.
I recently went to this store to purchase a computer. I was in need of help in determining what kind to get. The store manager was rude and acted as if he couldn't care less. Aren't we in a recession? Does this idiot realize that Staples is on the same street and Home Depot is very close also? OFFICE MAX HR: This manager cost you the sale of a computer. I will not buy from this store again until he is gone. I am not the only customer who has this opinion of him - he is ruining your business - REPLACE HIM WITH A FRIENDLY MANAGER! Thanks!
Really Bad 'Manager'.
I recently had to purchase some office supplies and went to this Office Max. I could not find what I needed and asked an employee for assistance. He could not (or would not) locate it either and I asked the 'Manager'. What a waste of time! This overweight lazy man was neither interested or helpful. He was rude to me and I left after finding the item myself which took about 30 minutes. I have never had such poor customer service and would have gone to his supervisor if I had had the time - from now on it is Office Depot for our office! In this economy, a little help goes a long way to keeping a customer.
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