Rebecca (theniwokesoftly) wrote in bad_service,

I received a Tiffany bracelet for my college graduation. It's a toggle heart bracelet, and I already have a similar (though non-designer) bracelet. I'd think about keeping it, except that it's also too small. Tiffany & Co. doesn't size, so I took it to the store to try and exchange it, perhaps for a necklace as I don't really wear bracelets anyway. The salesperson was snotty to me from the minute I walked in. Ok, it's a designer company, I can expect that. So she came back and informed me in a quite unnecessarily mean manner, that it was a copy and I should leave. I mean... buh? I can understand not being happy about it being a copy, but why need to be so rude to me? I'm not the one who bought it, I've never had anything from Tiffany, how was I to know I was "wasting her time"? And honestly, I can't find anything that would indicate it being a copy upon close examination with the photos on the T&CO website. And now I have a very expensive gift that I can't do anything with.

Not terrible, but rather embarrassing. I left the store close to tears, after having driven nearly an hour to get there.

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