|So, on March 22, 2018, Toys-R-Us began it's liquidation sale before completing bankruptcy and going out of business. I'm leaving this page up because it is still a valid warning about retail gift cards, but also because I hate Toys-R-Us so much, that I want to keep this tribute to their greed and stupidity on my website. Treating customers well, is how a business grows and flourishes. Mistreating customers is how you steer a business, out of business, which is exactly what Toys-R-Us did. Look at that, Toys-R-Us, the money you stole from my kids wasn't enough to keep you from filing for bankruptcy and going out of business, and it brings me great joy to see you closing your doors and existing no more. I am glad that you finally got what was coming to you...a disaster brought about by your own greed, stupidity, and not knowing how to take care of customers. Good riddance, Toys-R-Us.--I laugh at your downfall, and I spit on your grave.
|A special message to Toys-R-Us:
I truly believe the fact that I will NEVER shop at Toys-R-Us again will end up costing you a lot more than the $200 you stole from my kids! And I further believe that the people who read this, and are smart enough to heed the warning, will cost you considerably more than the $200 you stole from my two little girls!
For $200 you were willing to lose me as a customer, as well as everyone else I can convince not to shop at your 'store.' Apparently, your customers mean very little to you and you really don't care how badly you treat them. Perhaps you are not aware of it, but taking good care of customers is how a business flourishes. I doubt your organization would have ever missed that $200, but stealing that money from my kids was so important to you that you were willing to lose a loyal, regular customer over it.
Nice work Toys-R-Us. You were willing to give one of your regular customers to a competitor for $200.
Maybe you people over there at Toys-R-Us need to spend a little time reading the Eclecticsite.com Financial Page. You might learn a thing or two.
A customer you have lost and will never get back.
P.S. If you would like to make amends or respond to what you did to my kids, you can contact me at email@example.com. Since some of us do have integrity, I promise that after verification, I will include your response here on my website.