“Went in to buy bags for my upright vac, and realized when I got home, he sold me the most expensive bags he had [$37.53 for 8 bags!”
Gravely dissappointed in this store and store manager. Went in to buy bags for my upright vac, and realized when I got home, he sold me the most expensive bags he had [$37.53 for 8 bags!]. I returned them, and he wouldn't sell us the less expensive bags because they "were only for business owners",and was told my payment would be reimbursed in the form of a check - no idea when. Called the 1.800 number for Oreck and was told 4 to 6 weeks...whaaaa? I have the name of the District Mgr. and plan to call him Monday morning to lodge a formal complaint. I will NEVER darken the door of this Oreck store again, and though I've owned several Orecks over the past 12 years, I am thinking about a Dyson....NOTE: you can buy the Oreck bags on-line from a vast array of companies for a fraction of the cost. Don't let this creep rip you off.
Keepers of hygienic homes and hotel rooms turn to this purveyor of easy-to-tote cleaning equipment..
Perhaps best known for its popular "bowling ball vacuum" (a high-suction canister model that can lift a 16-pound bowling ball off the ground), this New Orleans-based company has been producing industrial-strength, yet lightweight, vacuum cleaners since the 1960s. The early Oreck models, designed to ease the heavy lifting of hotel housekeepers, were sold only commercially. Now, there are more than 440 domestic retail locations peddling the clean-living tools, which range from traditional upright cleaners to compact canisters, carpet steamers and air purifiers.
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