Maybe I am not used to the way they do business in a rural area such as this, but I am absolutely furious about the way this place does business. First of all they don't take credit or debit cards other than their own store brand, which is only an inconvenience since I rely heavily on my debit card and seldom cary cash. But the problem was I went in there for a battery for my '84 Nautique. I told the guy I had little clearance in my battery compartment and he insisted that he was selling me the right battery. I decided to try it and it didn't fit. I turned around and took it back (another hour round trip from my house) and he wouldn't refund my money. Only store credit. So he assured me I had the right battery and then he wants me to make at least one more drive while he tries to figure out what I need. I tried to make a scene infront of his customers, but he didn't care at all. I told him all I wanted was a refund and I would never speak of it again, or he could hold his position and I would tell everyone I met not to shop there. His only response was, "Tell them I offered you a credit and you didn't want it." I can't believe this crap and he is the owner of the place.
Well anyway, I am trying to decide if I want to file a civil suit on principle or just spend all my spare time out there picketing. I am so sick of being abused by retailers. I wouldn't be so bitter if he hadn't insisted that it was the right battery. And worst of all, I have no power for the lake tomorrow. Cest la vie.
At any rate, don't shop there unless you like arrogant and negligent sales staff and ownership.