Nebraska Furniture Mart
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Founded by Russian immigrant Rose Blumkin or "Mrs. B" as she was affectionately known, Nebraska Furniture Mart is a home furnishings super store with Locations in Omaha, NE, Kansas City, KS, The Colony, TX and Des Moines, IA. They carry everything for the home from Furniture and Flooring to Appliances and Electronics.
We purchased a "real" not "bonded" leather sectional. The sales person assured us this was a high quality piece of furniture that would last for years with proper care. It came with a one year warranty and we added an extended three year warranty. Within 9 months a small area of the dark rich color began wearing off in one spot to bright ugly orangey under surface. It continued to grow to the size of a softball. We complained. We were told it was normal. We continued to complain. They sent out an inspector who tried to tell us that's what leather does. We disagreed. They finally agreed to fix it. Two months later they finally picked it up after having to call and remind them. It's been three weeks and we still don't have it back. After numerous complaints and questions we were told they were doing us a favor in repairing the faulty furniture because the colored die wearing off is normal. I said this is not the high grade leather we were promised.
I've asked numerous times for them to simply replace the bad piece of furniture and give it back to manufacturer since it is faulty. They won't do that. I'm now under the impression they knew all along they were selling substandard leather at the price of quality leather. And... we have heard nothing about when this part of our sectional will ever be delivered. I've never had this kind of service from the Nebraska Furniture Mart. I've used them for years. I can understand a hiccup every now and then but this has been ridiculous. On top of it they don't feel any responsibility for any of it and I've been told if the paint or dye or whatever it is begins to wear off on another part of the sectional it won't be under warranty because it has now expired. I said I bought the three year extended warranty. They said that warranty does not cover the paint wearing off. "We're doing you a favor in fixing it this time."
January 21, 2018 I purchased 2 twin beds and a recliner from NFM in Omaha. Within a day or 2 my daughter started having a rash... I assumed allergies... the marks started becoming large welts. 2 dr visits and they said insect bite. I CLEANED like crazy, constant vacuuming, changing and washing bedding. She was fine as long as she slept on the couch. As soon as she went back to her bed, more bites all over the place. In the past week my 3 year old is starting to have these bites too. Today I noticed bed bugs on the wall beside the beds! I called NFM who claim there is no possibility that there are bed bugs on their products or warehouse. Are you kidding!? We had no issues until these beds entered our home! I am disgusted and outraged!
We purchased 5 (FIVE) appliances from Nebraska Furniture in The Colony, TX, paid for 4 old appliances to be hauled away and purchase extended service plans on all the appliances. We were told that the refrigerator would come separate from the other 4 appliances which is fine. The cooktop had to be ordered, so we opted to wait for it to come in. We scheduled the mandatory appointment for someone to come out and measure everything and make sure everything we ordered was going to fit. Several technicians came out and measured, and as we had already suspected they would need to make a modification/cut in the cabinet to fit the microwave and possibly make a cut for the cooktop. We received a call from our sales rep Jake stating that the cooktop had come in and we scheduled the delivery date.
Here is where it got frustrating. I asked Jake to make sure they used my cell number instead of my husbands because I would be there to when the appliances came. He assured me that he had changed the number in the system. I scheduled the day for deliver and confirmed that all 5 appliances would come on the same day. I received a call the day before the day of delivery and was given a time window. The "Installers" came right on time, but as a customer of Nebraska Furniture you are required to understand that there are "Installers" and then there are "Delivery People". The "Installers", installed all of the appliances except the microwave because the trim kit, because the one that was ordered and approved during the measure appointment was way too big.
First Service Failure: If you come out to measure, do it correctly or you wasted your and my time. I suspect that no one at Nebraska Furniture will go back and make sure those who made that mistake learn from it. At least I got no indication that anyone cared. So now we had to call Nebraska Furniture and schedule a new "installation" day for the correct trim kit. Before the "Installers" left I asked about how I would know when the refrigerator would come. At this point I had no idea that I should have received a separate call from the "Delivery" department regarding a time frame for "Delivery" of the refrigerator. The "Installer" gave me a card and told me to call the number. When I reached Customer Service regarding the refrigerator I was told they had called my husbands cell number to leave the time.
When I asked why they did that, I was told if I had wanted them to call a different number, I should have made sure I told BOTH the "Install" department and the "Delivery" department because they were not the same thing. "Delivery" of my refrigerator would be later in the day. Second Service Failure: Why would a customer need to know they needed to tell them to change the number in two places? When I told the Sales Rep which number to use, he should have known that. I was given the time frame the refrigerator would come but 45 minutes past that time frame no one had come. I called again and was told they were running about 2-3 hours behind. I was told they were sorry, but it's not their procedure to keep a customer informed when they are running behind.
Third Service Failure: Let your customer know if you are running 2-3 hours behind. I understand that things happen and delays occur, but it's seems reasonable to inform people when you are running behind. It was several hours later when the refrigerator showed up. Right off the bat I had to argue with the "Delivery" man about whether I had paid for him to take the old refrigerator away. He kept showing me that it did not say anything on his paperwork. Eventually I spoke to someone in the "Delivery" department who informed me that the haul away of 4 appliances was on the "Install" order not the "Delivery" order, and she would have to move it over there because my order was two separate orders. Fourth Service Failure: It sure didn't seem like two separate orders when we were in the store buying 5 appliances at the same time from the same sales rep.
Why would I know that I needed to tell the Sales Rep to make sure he set it up in the correct way. Not all things were bad. Our sales rep was very knowledge about the appliances. Although clearly made some errors in how things were input. I have informed him about the issues, but he really doesn't care. His job is over. I doubt it's the first time it's happened. The installers were very good. John was very knowledgeable and very helpful. He had people with him who were obviously in training, but he watched them very carefully and made sure everything was done correctly. Together they did a great job and were the same installers who came back a week later to install the correct trim kit.
On the flip side, the "Delivery" man was surly and agitated. Maybe not his fault. I really can't say. He may have been given too many deliveries for one day. But he certainly knew how to fix my issue and didn't need to argue with me. He could have immediately made a phone call, but he was too busy shoving my furniture around. For some reason I was made to feel that it was up to me to prove that I had paid for the haul away. I'm really disappointed with Nebraska Furniture in that we purchased 5 appliances and just don't think it should have been so difficult to deliver/install them. Surely in this day and age with all the technology available a company could do a better job of scheduling and a better job of making things transparent.
I'm a homeowner. I care about making sure that I'm there at the correct time for a delivery because I respect their time. A customer should not need to know in advance the definition of all your jargon and how it is going to impact my purchase. Not sure I could recommend Nebraska Furniture to a friend knowing how frustrating the process was. Especially since mostly all I have received through every conversation is "well, that's just the way it is".
Well, my feelings for NFM have drastically 35 miles from NFM but it use to be worth the drive. My microwave went out and I went to NFM with intent to purchase. I took my 21 year old son who had never been there and told him how awesome it was. We get to the appliance section and start looking at microwaves. We narrowed it down to 2. We were never approached by a salesman. So, I walked around and found a salesman. I told him that we were looking at microwaves and had narrowed it down 2 to a GE and a Maytag. He said the GE is a better option and I asked why. He said that the Maytag was more bulky. So, I went with the GE.
Well, they had neither in white. I asked if they had it in black and the answer was no. I asked if they had any white microwaves in the store in that price range. He said, "No". I said, "I guess we'll go to Home Depot" and he said, "Okay". Well, I was upset that I drove that far to come back empty handed. So, I found a white GE for $269 & that was within my budget. I only had $250 on my NFM credit line but it went thru (I thought). I was prepared to pay difference on my bank card but it didn't ask. I drive to P/U microwave but there was an issue. I called the credit dept and paid the difference. He said let the dispatcher know that you're good now.
Well, the dispatcher said that there was still a hangup. So, I called credit back. In the meantime the dispatcher lets me know that they needed the $41 to pay extra. I told her that I just paid that over the phone. She said, "Well I guess that I would need to go into the store". I called customer service and canceled my order and I closed my account. This situation got out of hand because of a lazy salesman in the appliance department at the DFW location. He gave zero effort in helping me and now I'm in the market for a new furniture store.
My husband and I went to NFM 1/28 to buy a new mattress. We were not planning to purchase a movable base, but we decided we liked one, and the sales associate assured us that we could return the product if it didn't fit our bed frame. As it turns out, it doesn't fit our bed frame. It sits uncomfortably high and the outer legs of the base do not touch the floor. We feel like it is going to ruin the frame of our bed.
Anyway, I called to schedule a pick up of the product to return (which I had no problem paying for the pick up) one week after delivery and was told there was a 30% restocking fee, which comes to a whopping $800! At no point did the salesperson mention this tidbit to us when we were in the decision process of purchasing. The person at check out did not mention it either. I cannot find it listed on the website either. We are livid. If we had known that it would cost us $800 to return, we would have went home to examine our frame to see if it would fit before we purchased.
Hi Laurie, I am sorry for the issues you have encountered with the adjustable bases. We are willing to return them as a one time courtesy as well as the adjustable base plan with out a restock fee. If you do decide to return the adjustable bases, then you will go below the minimum amount on the 75 month financing. We would have to adjust the financing based on the price of your order with out the adjustable bases. You have until Wednesday 02/21/18 to contact us and accept our offer.
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My girlfriend and I went in the weekend of Feb. 9 - 11, and we found some sofa tables we wanted. We bought two of the same table. We split the payment equally, $267 on one card and $267 on another. We decided to take the items away on our own, and we needed two trips. This is a 15 minute drive (30 roundtrip).
We got the first item home and the glass didn't fit into the wood base. Since we had to pick up the second item anyway, we just brought back the first item. When the guys brought out the second item to the car, they tried out the one we got. I made a bunch of jokes about, "I bet you guys hate dealing with customers like us." And they said no, not at all, and they AGREED that the glass didn't fit into the wood. As all this was happening, I was also talking to customer service on the phone (as advised by the lady we had to speak to in order to park in the pick up bay).
Customer service was very patient. The gentleman waited to hear what the other guys had to say, and when he realized the product really did seem to be defective he apologized and said we will have to do a full refund, crediting both cards back. We asked if we could buy floor models, because those clearly fit and worked! He said, We will do the full refund and you will need to ask inside the store about the floor model. Ok. We went inside, spent another hour in there just to get the same item but at least that did work. We got the om floor model for $199. At this point we are still "happy" overall.
Then the fun starts. We already drove around out of our way twice (no big deal if everything had worked properly), we already had to package up a bunch of things we had already unloaded and then reload them in the car...and now we can't even get refunded properly. Instead of refunding $267 to each card, exactly like the purchase... $267 was refunded to one card, plus another $215 as a separate refund. And another card was refunded $44. What the heck?? I called Nebraska Furniture Mart about this and they said, "We can't do anything. Your girlfriend will need to give you the difference in cash or decline the refund, then we can send it to you."
Sooo... now we are expending MORE effort to right the wrongs of this crummy organization. Fine, whatever. So I speak with my girlfriend and she prefers declining the refund and then we can call Nebraska and tell them to credit the refund properly. So she calls her credit card company. "Excuse me, I had a credit of $215 and change on my account in error and I would like to decline that please." So the person on the phone says, "I'm sorry, Nebraska Furniture Mart will have to call us directly to make this change." And now I'm just fine writing. You get the picture. What started out as something simple turned into a disaster. Nebraska Furniture Mart doesn't need our support to be successful, I get it. Too big to fail and all that. I'm the "little man" complaining about the "big man", but you're damn straight I won't sit in silence and let this pass without being mentioned. Sad, SAD customer service.
Private response sent with refund information that was sent.
Ordered online a washing machine and dryer, paid extra to have them stacked, the machines arrived and the installers from Nebraska Furniture Mart did not have the stacking kit, now I have to wait until the end of the month to get my machines connected and put in place. If I had know this was going to happen I would NOT have purchased the machines from them. Lesson learned. DO NOT USE NFM.
Thank you for your review Leszlie. I am sorry that the stack kit was not added to your order. We have alerted our web content team of this error and they are working on getting it corrected. I do see that since you posted this review that the delivery team was out today, 2/15/18, and already completed the installation of the kit. We hope you are pleased with your purchase. Please consider updating your review. Enjoy the rest of your day.
We tried to spend just under $8,000 with Nebraska Furniture Mart only to cancel our complete order due to their total lack of ability to delivery on their promises. The sales team promised the world - we felt great with our first purchase from NFM. That was the last time we felt that way. Before delivery we received threatening phone calls about our order getting cancel due to their error with financing, a four hour delivery window wasn't provided until last minute the night before. On the day of delivery the drivers called to ask if we really wanted the order (they were tired - it was a long day). When they did show up, they did not the number of people promised so could not complete the delivery. They tried to deliver again two days later but again, not enough people after promising to fix it. After spending over an hour on the phone with their "customer service" people I gave up and told them to cancel everything. Never again.
Delivery - mismanaged and not owned by the company. Their contractors don't care and are extremely rude. Their delivery call number places you on hold for long periods of time because they are not based locally. Customer Service Hotline - a complete joke. It's not based locally either so you end up at some call center where they have no idea what the local store promised. You again get stuck on hold with people who pretend to offer assistance but have no control over anything locally.
Local Customer Service - the store manager hides in his office and has told his customer service team to never let a customer near him. I have never encountered that in all of my years of buying stuff. The store leadership actively ignores the people who help sign their paycheck. Instead, you get stuck talking to some low level customer service person who quotes the standard lines in her book. She has zero ability to be effective or initiate change. Since anyone who is in charge hides away in their office there is no hope of talking to anyone with real impact.
This company cost me time and money. It's easy to be impressed when you walk into the store but I can't tell people enough to stay far, far away. Some purchases may go over easy but when there is a problem this company is nowhere to be found. They will literally hide from you and avoid any type of significant help! To top it off, they provide these fake responses whenever someone posts a complaint. It's great they have a social media team that appears to care but similar to the store experience, this is just a facade. Never believe for a minute this company cares anything about the customers they are selling to.
Made quite a shocking discovery on Tuesday in my mailbox. We received our first statement from Nebraska Furniture Mart for a whopping $129. It doesn't sound like a lot, but we were prepared for a 50-55 dollar payment with this 66 month financing program. Purchased a bedroom suite, carpeting for one bedroom, and a small couch, in preparation, of our new addition to the family coming in April. We made this purchase during Nebraska Furniture's so-called 66 month financing promotion that was running during the Holiday 2017. To our chagrin, the 66 months financing was definitely a SCAM, and now the credit company is hiding behind their small print. Apparently, Nebraska engages in this deceptive practice of offering this 66 month financing program that is more of a 24 months financing deal. The total of our furniture and carpeting purchase was ($3207.22).
We were totally under the impression that this program was much like Rooms-to-Go who by the way engages in a real 60 month financing program that divides your total furniture purchase by 60 months. Our whole experience with Nebraska was just dreadful from the moment we engaged with the inexperienced salesman who had absolutely no product knowledge, to the people at the cash wrap who couldn't complete our purchase due to another inexperienced cashier who made us aware that we had not been approved for financing. I let him know that I received an email stating our approval amount and my account number. He sent us to the in-house financing area where we waited in line about 30 minutes before a nice older gentleman quickly brought us to another cashier who could complete our purchase.
This is where it got really interesting. The previous cashier lost our pink order ticket, so there was no easy way for the cashier to complete the sale. He had to get several people involved who didn't know their jobs either. It was seriously like watching the Who's on First routine with Abbott and Costello unfold before our eyes. This was an hour and a half taken from me and my wife with a 2 year old and a 5 year old in tow who had been with us in the store since 10:30 that afternoon and now being around 6 in the evening.
This wasn't even it... there is a lot more to this story... the carpet experts didn't even know they were running a $1.45/ft installed carpeting promotion that was on the company website. Heck... even the department manager didn't know about this promotion. The salesman told me, and I quote, "Oh... that's just how they get you in here." "We don't have a deal like this in the store." I even showed the salesman the promotion and he still stuck to his guns. In the end the store manager had to come out and educate his department manager and associate, and we were able to get the carpet on the promotional price. It's amazing that the department manager was not going to honor the promotion. Then, upon delivery the flooring people did not bring the right amount of carpet because Nebraska's measurement person, measured improperly.
Even after all of these examples of unsatisfactory service, the customer service rep feels that this is not sufficient enough evidence to waive a pick up fee if we decide to return the furniture. So, no matter what we will lose out on delivery fees (to and from) and furniture protectant. With this being such a megaplex, you would think they would want to make the customer happy and lose out on a mere $100. We will never shop here again!! We would rather spend more for the knowledge, quality furniture and customer service of Weirs than NFM.
NFM promotions are deferred interest only. The Terms of our revolving charge account explicitly state that a minimum payment needs to be made each month of 4% of the balance. The promotions are not fixed payment like a car or home loan, they accumulate interest during the term of the promotion however not charged to the customer, and if the balance of that portion is not paid off by the end of the promotion, all interest that accumulated will then be assessed to the account.
We purchased two adjustable bed frames and two mattresses on 01/08/18 from the Kansas City NFM. Total over $3,000 cash. We were very pleased with the salesman and believed him when he said if we were dissatisfied with the mattresses we could exchange them up to two different times in 120 days. NFM requires the customer to buy a non-refundable mattress protection pad to qualify for that exchange option. An extra $60 for a waterproof mattress cover. We did that. He told us they recommend sleeping on the new mattress for 30 days before returning it. Sounded reasonable. Delivery was 01/19/18. We knew immediately that we had selected the wrong mattress. Serta Blue 300 firm. My wife is 68 and suffers from pain in her legs from varicose veins. This mattress is so firm she has been in pain every morning. I am 67 and have not had back pain for years until I started sleeping on this rock.
I called the store today and the salesman said we had to keep the mattresses for 30 days before an exchange. He referred us to customer service. Customer service informed us there would be a restocking fee of 30% ($600) if we exchanged the mattresses before the 30 days. We were prepared to spend another $400 to buy the mattress we wanted. Not now. The NFM mattress policy states "... we suggest that you sleep on your new mattress for at least 30 days." A recommendation and a suggestion is not a requirement. Their policy and sales tactics are misleading and deliberately lacking in details like restocking fees.
Hello Timothy, we are sorry to hear of the back pain after sleeping on your new mattress. It can take up to 8 weeks for our bodies to adjust to the improved support of a new mattress and there are some tricks to speed up the break-in period. We would be happy to provide more details, however, we need more information to locate your order. Please contact us via Live Chat, over the phone at 1-800-359-1200 ext. 22445 or email at this link: https://www.nfm.com/customercare.aspx
On January 11, 2018, I made an online purchase for a LG Dryer, and scheduled delivery for January 15th. The dryer was delivered on the 15th at approximately 6 pm. During the installation, I heard the dryer making a loud banging noise. The delivery person checked the breaker, and announced that the unit was heating up. At this time, I refused delivery on the defective unit. The delivery driver called his supervisor on his cell phone. I spoke with the supervisor that I will take possession of a refurbished or inoperable dryer. I informed the supervisor that I wanted the new unit to be delivered on January 17th in the afternoon due to my class schedule. The supervisor repeated my request, and I marked the paperwork "defective." The delivery team left my residence without taking the defective unit.
On January 16th, I received an automated recording of the new delivery time for January 17th between 11 am - 1 pm. I called 855-504-0000 and informed a male that those hours are unacceptable due to my class schedule. I also informed the male about my conversation with the delivery supervisor. I was told that the hours stand and nothing could be changed due to no notations on the paperwork with my request. I asked for his supervisor, and was transferred to a female employee. The female employee reiterated that nothing can be changed in the delivery system, and I should reschedule for another day.
On January 17th, I received a phone call from the delivery person while I was en route to my class. I told the delivery guy that I was not home, and that he would have to come back in the afternoon as I requested. He said he couldn't do that, and his supervisor called me. I informed the female supervisor that I wasn't home, and that she would have to deliver the new unit today. The new unit was not delivered as requested. I never had an issue of selecting a date & time when purchasing several products. NFM has lost me as a customer! This company isn't customer service orientated, and I was offered no compensation for their defective product. Lesson learned... Purchase items from other big box stores that have reputable customer service and excellent products. It appears that my dryer was refurbished instead of "new" as on the NFM website.
Hello Shari, We are sorry that you are having these issues. Nebraska Furniture Mart does not sell used or refurbished items as new. We do have delivery routes available for just afternoon delivery, however these routes are not available for the next day, they are further out because they fill up so fast with limited amount of stops available on them. Our regular delivery routes are set up so that the delivery team does not have to go back to areas they were already in.
I’ve purchased multiple items from Nebraska Furniture Mart. I purchased a dryer without a warranty and it’s now broken, within a year. I purchased another dryer machine, a different dryer of which is $1000, with the extended warranty (forced upon us by the representative). With this warranty, we were unaware that it was a third party company coming to “fix” our SECOND dryer machine, the first time it broke it took them a month to temporarily fix the issue with factory warranty and less than a year later we are having the same issues with our SECOND dryer machine.
We’ve contacted to NFM. They told me to contact the warranty company that they sold to us and they sent two people out to look at our dryer... It’s been 3 months and my dryer machine hasn’t been fixed. I live across the street from Nebraska furniture mart. It should not take this long to fix the dryer. We’ve called NFM customer care and they put the blame on the warranty that they sold us, and we’ve had no help. This has caused such a headache, and huge frustration and I’m not getting a solutions, or any sort of guidance to whom to speak to about this ongoing issue. We’ve gotten the runaround from both parties. The extended warranty they forced upon us is absolutely horrible. DO NOT PURCHASE!!!
The appliance itself was wonderful except for the fact that it’s been broken for 3 months and the warranty purchased isn’t fixing it. How can you sell a warranty to a customer if the warranty doesn’t fix the issue... That’s why we got it. Bad business at NFM especially with their warranty department. If not resolved soon I will have to get my lawyer involved. It’s ridiculous that I have to get a lawyer for a dryer machine. I have 5 kids, do you know how frustrating it is to not have a dryer machine with 5 kids???
I purchased a beautiful fabric couch less than a year ago from Nebraska Furniture Mart. I have long been a customer and purchased everything from baby furniture to televisions, master bedroom furniture to entertainment stands with this company. Simply, I have spend thousands and thousands here when there are so many options to purchase household items these days.
A little under a year ago I purchased a $2000 fabric sectional couch. The salesperson convinced me that with the purchase of a fabric couch I should lost definitely purchase insurance so that ANY, yes she specified ANY (wish I wrote down her name now!) damage was done to the couch, it would be taken care of. So I complied and spent the extra money because I loved the couch.
Fast forward 6 months and my couch started pilling at a ridiculous rate. I can honestly say that all that my family has done is sit and lay on the couch. This is even with the extra seal spray that you are also offered at purchase. Around this time or shortly after I called customer service and told them about the problem. Her advice to me was to go to Walmart and buy a sweater pilling tool and fix the issue myself. If this did not work, to call back and they would figure out something else. Irritated, I complied, and tried to fix it on my own. It did not work. Life happened and I had to put the issue on the back burner for a couple months. I called again this to week to speak with customer service in hopes that since I did my best to resolve the issue with my new couch on my own, they would have a solution since I had purchased everything they promised I would need to insure my couch.
I called and was given the same relapses to this issue. I told the customer service agent that I had tried to fix the couch and it did not work. That I was assured it would be resolved, but to “try pilling the couch first.” She, in turn, gave me a long list of what IS covered but that my problem was part of the normal wear and tear of the couch. Seriously?!?! I had this couch 6 months before it started to fall apart! This is not Normal wear and tear after such a short time. I was told that pretty much I am out of luck. My new couch looks 10 years old from “pilling” and Nebraska Furniture Mart will do nothing about it. According to the customer service agent, I am better off ripping a hole in the couch purposefully to get it replaced rather than be honest and call for a company to be honest and take care of a faulty product.
Needless to say, I am closing my accounts with them, and will not be purchasing anything from them ever again. If this is how they treat their loyal customers, I will not be one. I am an honest and hardworking Mom and I am thoroughly disappointed that the money I worked hard for went to a product that should last for many years not 6 months. Also, may want to consider retraining your salespeople to be honest and not promise insurance that you will not be fulfilling so they can make money off of people. And your customer service agents trained to not be dishonest in what will be taken care of when initially prompted about an issue.
Samsung Refrigerator $3500.00 warranty - Had problem, ice makers didnt make ice so tech ordered 2 makers, came back, put them in August then I keep noticing when we got ice out of door ice maker water was coming out with ice cubes also the bottom freezer. I was trying to get ice out bottom drawer, went to pull shelf that is supposed to be a drawer and come out. It was stuck in left corner because it was stuck to a huge ice glacier so I told tech "Why do I have water running everywhere" and drawer handle cracked off because it was stuck to ice mess. He even dumped my ice bucket and all the ice looked melted together and it was a solid ice cube size of tray.
He dumped in my sink, he did not say nothing to the mess of water everywhere, even has my food stuck in a ice block in bottom of freezer drawer. He said he fixed water from coming out of top ice maker and left. I have called & called NFM because the warranty company cant even fix or install ice makers right. They said I damaged it or abused it. We did not. It has been all the water coming from top icemaker that they had just installed and now 6 months later my freezer is a big huge ice mess because of the warranty company is and customer service Nebraska Furniture no help when I call them to get a customer service mgr. We spend a lot of money at NFM but being treated like this over the service tech warranty service sucks. I want my warranty money back. 5 year warranty this was my 1st issue that has got out of control and I have a mess of leaking water from top ice maker to through the bottom and icing up everything.
We bought a Samsung refrigerator from Nebraska Furniture Mart and also bought the Warranty. This refrigerator has been nothing but problems since we bought it. Most of the time it sounds like a broken car trying to start. We have already had the warranty department send out a repairman last year because the refrigerator broke and everything in the refrigerator had to be thrown away but he was able to fix the numerous problems. Now the freezer and the refrigerator is broken. We waited 5 days for repairman from warranty to show up. When he did he said he couldn't fix it. It had to be serviced by a Samsung repairman and we would get a call from Warranty department. It never happened.
So we called and called and they have been closed. My husband called Nebraska and got the run around. We are going three weeks without a refrigerator and my husband tried to explain all the issues we have had with the appliance but the best the manager at Nebraska could do for us was tell us that the warranty department would be calling. Paying over $1500 for a Lemon Refrigerator is Not Acceptable.
Hi Terri! I spoke with the Appliance Floor Manager in Texas and we are going to get you a loaner out to you to use until your Samsung Refrigerator is fixed. the loaner will be there on 1/12/18, order 36099384 for your reference.
I bought a dining table for $800, it's not even a month old and I see water cracks on the table top. When called Nebraska, they said it not the furniture quality but it's customer damage. As per them I damaged my $800 dining table. They also sent a guy for inspection, after inspection he told me it's a furniture quality issue and he is going to report that and they will call me in a week's time. I didn't get a callback and on the 8th day today when I called they said the report says it's customer's damage. They are not ready to replace my furniture. This is not at all acceptable. I got the furniture delivery on Dec 6th, 2017 and today is Jan 4th, 2018.
Very disappointed with the customer service at Nebraska. I placed a special order on November 25 with the delivery date being December 24. I called on Dec 19 to check on the order and was told it was suppose to arrive that day, but did not. The gentleman I spoke with said he would investigate and get back to me within 24 hours. Never heard back, so I called on the 26th. Was told, “We will investigate and call you back within 24 hours.” Again no call back, called AGAIN on the 31st, was told the same thing by another customer service rep. I told her that at this point with the lack of response we could just go ahead and cancel the order and refund my deposit. She shared that the only way they could do that would be if it had not been shipped yet, but she couldn't tell me if it had been shipped and had no way of seeing BUT she would check into it and give me a call back no matter what by Jan 2nd. Same song, no call back.
I called and asked to speak to a manager, I was connected with Theresa, which was even more frustrating than the no call backs, she refused to listen, continued to speak over me when I had a question or comment. Theresa at least was honest about not being able to help and passed me off onto Gabbie another manager. 6 weeks of zero answers or help all for a camera lens I could have had delivered to my home by Amazon in 4 days. Lesson learned, never order from Nebraska Furniture Mart. Customer service is reserved for items that are in store only, anything else and you are throwing money away. Oh, I've also left a message with the store manager. Guess what? Haven't heard from Scott ** either. So frustrated and disappointed.
We purchased a new sofa set and a mattress set and financed it during NFM special of 66 month financing. Total was around $2300. I just received my first bill and my minimum payment is $93. That sounds like 24 month financing ($100x24 months = $2400) so I called to ask why the minimum payment was so high. Apparently the minimum payment is calculated based on 4% of your balance due. WHAT??!!! No other company that I know of has this kind of interest free financing. It's extremely misleading and we were never informed that this is how the payments are calculated. Gee, I wonder why. What a scam of a place.
I have had the worst experience with NFM & customer service & sales managers when trying to exchange defective refrigerators (yes plural). When they arrive, there are cosmetic issues, such as dents, or problems with the seals. The managers seem to think this is all me. Tell me, if these were delivered to your home & supposed to be brand new, how would you feel? Even if they're not $1000 fridges? I work hard for my money & expect it to look new when entering my home. One exchange, a tv fell on it while on the truck & after inspecting one myself in the warehouse, it was perfect. The delivery crew called when 45 min out & said it had a dent on the left side, but the prep manager said to take out for delivery anyway. Why??? They want to give me a discount on my current one, with a sharp corner on the freezer door, white coating off & bad seals, that cause the freezer to freeze up, or return it & I pay the difference on another.
One mgr wanted to downgrade me to a smaller one, worth less than the one I currently have & it would look ridiculous in the space it goes. They're not even trying to go out of their way for the customer. I've even bought a new tv since this has gone on & I think that might be going back before the 30 days is up & I'll purchase one elsewhere, somewhere that wants my money/business! These sales managers think just because I didn't purchase a $1000 or more fridge, it doesn't matter that it is messed up & my piddly fridge doesn't matter to them. Done with the Mart after this & word of mouth is the best advertisement!
Shortly after purchasing a DTV Converter from NFM, the remote broke. Although it had only been a few weeks, I learned that the manufacturer had already gone out of business. Therefore, I purchased a universal remote upon the recommendation of BFN, only to learn that all universal remotes were incompatible and/or unprogrammable because necessary codes did not exist. NFM maintains their 'oh well' position.
Hello Susan! We apologize the sales person did not sell you a compatible remote. NFM does have a 30 day return/exchange policy, from date of purchase. We would like to look into this for you. Can you please verify the Full Name, Address, Zip Code, and Phone number on the account?
I reached out to NFM the day after my review. In less than 15 minutes total phone time I was issued a credit memo towards a different chair, which was the way I wanted to proceed. I went out to the Kansas City store later that same day, found a chair that I liked, and when I went to check out everything was in the system just as I was told. I actually had a chance to try the Hardin chair in the show room and the same issue presented itself, leading me to believe that the chair's design is faulty. In any event, I was able to make the exchange and get the "bad" chair picked up at the same time as the "good" chair was delivered. Overall, I am satisfied with this transaction. I am updating my rating to 4 stars, because NFM handled the issue well. I still would not recommend the Hardin recliner.
Ordered this Hardin Recliner from Nebraska Furniture Mart based it supposedly being for "big" consumers. The actual seating area is substantially narrower than my 20-year-old La-Z-Boy chair. However, the "deal breaker" is that the chair literally leans you forward and tries to dump you on the floor. I had to have my son hold onto the back of the chair just so I could use the lever to extend the footrest. Once I did so, he let go and the chair immediately rocked forward with enough force that if I hadn't just stood up it would have literally thrown me on the floor. I will be seeing what kind of remedy NFM offers up tomorrow, but either this chair is defective in construction or in design. (I will update rating as things progress.)
We bought a bed from NFM and had it scheduled to deliver on 10/25/17 between 10am-12pm. We called to get an estimate time of arrival and were told that our delivery was now between 12pm-2pm. The delivery truck did not show up until 3:30pm. I ended up taking off from work all day to wait for their delivery. What's makes it even worse is that they did not deliver the box spring. Talked to Customer Service and they could not deliver the box spring until 11/15/17 between 8am-10am. Called on 11/15/17 to get ETA and was told our delivery window was between 12pm-2pm. The same story as the last time. Called Customer Service and they are of no help even though, NFM has made every mistake possible. This is the worst customer experience I have ever had. NFM has lost my business!
I recently purchased a sectional from Nebraska Furniture Mart and unfortunately it did not fit the room very well. The delivery people arrived and I let them know that because it is so large it is difficult to fit through the doorways. As expected, they were having a hard time, and asked me to sign a release of liability to continue the return. I expected that they would continue to use due care when removing the furniture. Wrong. They took it as a license to put two holes in my wall, one in my door and strip the door jamb. And because I signed a release they will not reimburse the significant cost that this will take to fix. No good deed goes unpunished.
When you have circumstances beyond your control. And you’re expected by Nebraska Furniture Mart to forfeit your deposit. Which our deposit was $1425.00. So long story short we were refunded a total of $855.11. And charged $569.90 to restock a stove and a dishwasher. I personally will never shop here again. We live in St. Louis. So I will be sure to let everyone that I know in St. Louis to spread the word of this stipulation. Thanks Nebraska for turning something bad into something worse.
We are sorry for your experience with us. The items you ordered were special order and you were advised at time of purchase that there was a 25% non-refundable deposit required. These appliances are not something we normally stock and will have to sell them at a discounted price in our clearance area, this is the reason we charge the restocking fee. Our customer service department offered and issued a refund assessing only a 10% restocking fee.
On August 7, 2017 I purchased a leather sofa, leather love seat, leather recliner and a area rug, When it was delivered I asked the delivery man for the paperwork for the merchandise he was delivering. He advised me we did not need it saying if we had problems all we had to do was contact customer service. WRONG ANSWER!!! The recliner has a busted leg and since 30 days have passed it was my problem and not theirs. l have tried numerous times to get this handled.
I want to update my review for NFM. When I posted my negative experience with NFM on this site last month, they immediately contacted me to discuss and resolve. They did their research on my purchase, and they agreed to pick up my furniture, have it repaired and re-delivered within a week. They followed through with the pick-up, but when they re-delivered, one of the feet was missing the bolt thread. While the delivery people were still at my home, they scheduled a furniture tech to come out the next day. The tech missed the appointment so I called them, and they were courteous and apologetic. The tech came the very next day. There was a simple mix up with the first scheduled visit. NFM gave me a courtesy gift certificate for the missed appointment, my sofa is fixed, I'm happy, and I'm making sure I tell you how NFM chose to handle my situation and totally make it right.
When I found the clearance area of Nebraska Furniture Mart in The Colony, TX I was thrilled. Recently divorced, my funds were low and it seemed like the perfect way to buy good quality at a lower price. I bought an Ashley leather sofa with Guardian leather protection. Beautiful blue. Salesperson, Bonnie, was helpful and encouraging. Delivery was on time and smooth.
So, three months after delivery the right side of the sofa collapsed. Literally. Legs still attached but the frame cracked. I think I've sat on it 20 times. I agreed to clearance terms, it's on my receipt, so no warranty, except on my Guardian covered fabric. If I'd purchased Guardian Gold coverage, it would have covered the frame. That wasn't something I really considered or discussed. Patricia in NFM customer care said she was sorry, and I believe her, and she is sending me a $50 discount on my next purchase and gave me the numbers of a few furniture repair shops in the area. Yes, minimum cost found was $59 trip charge and $15 per 15 minutes they're here plus the repair. My feelings range from sad, mad, and stupid.
So, my original blessing to find a less expensive sofa turned out to be a very poor decision with no recourse by Nebraska or Ashley (yes, I called them). They all reminded me that I agreed to the terms of a clearance sale, and they're right. Who expects their sofa to collapse after 3 months? Ashley even said NFM had it on clearance for a reason so it was a risk that I accepted. Yep, all fingers point this way and I accept responsibility for my poor choice. So, fellow consumers, please avoid clearance areas as best you can unless you get a warranty plan that covers the unexpected... And well, at that point you might as well buy non-clearance. Since I had no idea I needed to check for a defective frame at the store or upon delivery, I guess I need to go on YouTube to learn furniture construction and repair. Beware of clearance.
Purchased a bunk bed in June. It was delivered in August. After three delivery attempts to bring the right parts to assembly this bed and several phone calls, placed on hold for hours and unreturned phone calls. Our children bedroom after several months still has headboards, rails, mattresses, etc. lying all over this room. This room is unsafe to walk into and cannot get anyone from NFM to call us back or a plan how this bunk bed will ever be assembled. Still do not have the correct parts. Last we heard a new bed was ordered and should be delivered in November. Shocked how they stay in business.
I was in line and the cashier said that they needed to update my information. I gave her info to update my information and she said I was on credit hold and to go to finance. I went to finance and the lady said that I would need to refill out an application. I told them, "No thank" and left. When I got home I got call saying that they had performed a hard pull on my credit report. Outrageous behavior. I am contacting my lawyer and the Consumer Financial Bureau for an unauthorized credit pull.
I have been an NFM customer for over 40 years. In 1989, 28 years ago, I decided to start paying for my purchases with the NFM card, rather than cash. I have furnished three homes with their products in those years. I have bought every single electronic device I own from this store. Long story short, due to a cancer diagnosis, I have been late on a couple payments, never missed one mind you, but have been late. I am current on my account as of last week. That's the one thing about cancer no one talks about, the financial ramifications it causes a family. I went last week to purchase a $31.55 memory card for a camera. I decided to use my NFM card as I haven't used it in over a year.
Upon checkout, I was led by a man to a set of chairs and asked to sit and wait. I then received a call from a very rude woman saying that my $6,700 credit limit was reduced to $2,000 but that I had enough credit to purchase $31.55. What?? I received no letters, no phone calls, nothing before this day... Nothing to lead me to believe there was an issue with my account. Do you think I'd charge $31.55 if there was an issue? I felt ambushed, ashamed, embarrassed and humiliated. If this store keeps increasing my credit limit, as they have done every year, why in the world would they just eliminate $4,700 in my credit limit? The employee was condescending, rude and I will never, ever, shop there again, nor will my family, or company.
How utterly disgusting to treat a long-term customer this way, or any customer for that matter. You increase my credit year after year, tempting me to come back and then, slam, you take it away. How incredibly cruel. AND OVER A $31.55 CHARGE! There are other places to shop for furniture and electronics, etc. You're not the be all and end all of stores. How dare you do this to someone who has been regularly paying you for this many years, but gets dealt a horrible blow from fate, is late but still current now. Once you dangle that "increased credit" in front of someone, you cannot take it away so harshly, and in such a humiliating way. I felt ambushed. You cruel, cruel people.
I placed order with Nebraska on August 7th and Delivery was on Aug 14th. The delivery team when installing the assembled furniture realized that one of the legs was wobbly and was not connected properly to the unit. They raise a service request and I got a call on Aug 14th for delivery on 17th. As part of the call, it was informed that the service team will try to fix else they will have a new item in the truck so that they can replace. 1) Service team first was surprised that assembly was not complete. 2) Looks like the claim didn't have the information they were looking for. 3) They said the issue was with my floor and the delivery team were lazy.
When we asked them to look at all the legs of the furniture, they realized that one leg was actually loose and had a problem. They couldn't fix it but they actually broke a small piece as well. Service team then said that I need to place for an exchange. 4) Service team was not taking responsibility of what they have done and they were careless. I had to call customer care in front of them and then they communicated the same to customer service for an exchange order. 5) Customer care tells me that someone from Nebraska miss informed me about service. I asked them to go thru the tapes about the call n Aug 14th and take necessary action. There is clear miscommunication between Delivery, Customer care and Service department and service engineers were irresponsible.
Nebraska Furniture Mart Company Information
- Company Name:
- Nebraska Furniture Mart
- Year Founded:
- 700 S. 72nd Street
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