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post #1621 of 1915
>=D
Edited by impolyt_one - 12/21/11 at 6:38pm
post #1622 of 1915
Should've used his marketing skillz to maximize profits at the original store before trying to expand to a second store and not being able to afford rent.
post #1623 of 1915
Got my refund back.
post #1624 of 1915
Quote:
Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

If Dayton really is going under, they must have much bigger problems than a few Internet nerds who spent a few thousand dollars on defective and/or undelivered goods. D&B lists them as a $1.4 million company. Then again, it also lists them as "high risk" for defaulting on a loan. laugh.gifconfused.gif
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Originally Posted by Froosh View Post

Should've used his marketing skillz to maximize profits at the original store before trying to expand to a second store and not being able to afford rent.

I can imagine him saying something like "hey, watch this guys!"
post #1625 of 1915

Stephen said my shoes are going out today! redface.gif

post #1626 of 1915
Steven talked with you today?
post #1627 of 1915

Yeah

post #1628 of 1915
You called, he called? did he send you an email w/ tracing no.? Sorry just want to find out if this is another bs
post #1629 of 1915

I called of course. No tracking.  Could very likely be BS, actually probably is, hence the redface.gif

post #1630 of 1915
I remember the good ol' days when Michelle called me to tell me that the shoes are done and the tracking no. will be sent to email, which it did as we were talking.. musicboohoo[1].gif
post #1631 of 1915
After I got my refund back I wrote email to Stephen talking about the unreturnable emails / calls and the delay to non existent of my boots. This I'd what he came back with


Thanks for your email.
 
Our apologies for your experience. Certainly it was never our intent to mislead you
or in any way not be truthful with you. We ran into a number of problems internally
that prevented us from delivering on what we had promised in terms of timing. We had not
anticipated that our April Anniversary Sale would go viral and it really taxed our production
capabilities. 
 
Your boots were done at least twice but one at least one occasion they did not pass final quality
inspection and were not acceptable in quality and should not have been shipped.
 
If there is good that can out of your experience, it forced us to look at both the people and the process
we were employing to make our boots. We have made the necessary changes and we are re-organizing our manufacturing process to prevent what happened to you from every happening again.
 
We hope that at some point in the future, you will give us the opportunity to serve you again.
 
Kindest Regards,
 
Stephen 
post #1632 of 1915
At the cost of consumer's satisfaction. Lol!
post #1633 of 1915
they finished the boots twice, one pair was not up to spec (but the other pair was?) - did you get either pair?
post #1634 of 1915
True story: I stopped at Dayton a few weeks ago to take a look around and grab some leather laces, and Stephen was working the counter. I've been there a few times in the past couple of years and had never seen him there before so I found this a little odd, but whatever. He seemed like a really nice guy, and he gave me my laces and also some Dayton branded insoles free of charge when I mentioned that one of my new pairs fit a tad loose. A young, badass SWAT-type cop walked in and started browsing. When approached he said something about how some of his co-workers had recommended Dayton, and did they have any boots for him to wear on the job. Stephen proceeded to show him the most fugly, inappropriate pair of western-toe driver boots you could possibly imagine. I was thinking WTF are you doing, this guy is clearly looking for black leather x-boots or service boots with a vibram sole, you just lost a sale and a bunch of referrals down the road. The cop looked around for a while and walked out.

Sigh. confused.gif

EDITED: Just read what I wrote and no I didn't actually say WTF, I was thinking it lol. Pretty clear disconnect between a CEO and his clientele.
Edited by Islander - 12/16/11 at 10:38pm
post #1635 of 1915
Quote:
Originally Posted by binauralbeats View Post

Can't believe you guys are still screwing around with this joke of a company. Got my chargeback done months ago.
Even if you do get your boots, there's a good chance they'll have problems. Dayton's boot makers are a bunch of amateurs.


you wanna meet and talk in person?................amateurs eh?

make a pair of boots out of your geek ass.

 

alot of people  at that company had to deal with your little girl like diva shit!

if you ever saw me................and knew who i was, you would run for your fucking life.

 

choose your words next time geek!

 

last time i ever post on here.................get a life you fucks!

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