Best place to buy gently used, quality attire and home furnishings. Consigning is easy - yeah they take a chunk of the selling price but they are displaying your merchandise, paying the overhead and advertising... not a bad deal, in my book! Staff's been super friendly and helpful every time I've been in there. I don't mind making the hike from Smyrna for great finds at Finders Keepers!
Posted: 2/04/2010 • Link to this review
I have been going to Finders Keepers for many years..and I mean I think I helped pay for Bonnie's daughters wedding. I feel like Norm in cheers when I walk in. I am always greeted and know many of the ladies by their names and they have great neat clothing for more than reasonable prices..I do personal shopping for a few ladies and I always go there first...usually leaving with more than I wanted to get..and compliments are all I get after I buy there....Dorree Martinez
Posted: 7/31/2009 • Link to this review
I shop here for work clothes, casual clothes, dressy evening clothes. They have a great selection, and if I'm looking for something specific, I almost always find what I'm looking for, and the prices are unbeatable! It's more expensive than a thrift store, but nowhere near as expensive as department stores. Plus the items are generally much nicer than your typical thrift store. I get compliments on my Finders Keepers clothes all the time, and I recommend all my friends go here. Note: they don't have much selection for men who wear a S or M, and they don't have any childrens clothing.
Posted: 5/17/2009 • Link to this review
The store LOST the clothes I dropped off. They apparently donated them by mistake. I understand mistakes happen, but they were so dismissive and didn't even look me in the eye. They just gestured toward the racks and told me to look until I found them. It was obvious the items were gone and I was frustrated that they were so unprofessional. Had they just admitted to the mistake, I would have been satisfied. They tend to be very snooty and I cannot understand why. consignment is a great idea but they are reselling low end items from the 90s. Customer service will turn you off if the smelly old clothes do not. If you must go, don't bother to try and sell. You must pay a $10 fee and then you still only get 45% of the selling price. They discount the items after a week or so and you will only get a few dollars at best. Do you know that you can actually get more by donating it and taking the tax deduction? I tried that this year and it was easier and more cost effective.
Posted: 4/25/2009 • Link to this review
I have been a customer of Finders Keepers going on three years. I have bought items and had items on consignment. They have always had the best customer service. Betsy the manager has an eye for quality items and prices those items to sell. Everything I have ever brought to them for consignment has sold. They are always changing the store around to reflect and show case new items, every time I go it's like entering a different show room. The same goes for the clothing store, outstanding customer service; everyone always has a smile and is willing to help. Again, the clothing store knows how to prices items to buy. The quality of the clothing is also outstanding. In today's economy you can't go wrong in stopping by and checking them out. I promise you even if you don't buy anything you will want to come back because of the service! Thank you Finders Keepers! L. Barrett Tyson, Jr.
Posted: 9/11/2008 • Last edited: 4/25/2009 • Link to this review
I am a first time home owner and was in there shopping for my new place! I was so excited with it being my first place and all. However, while shopping I heard the employee talking(in normal tone)to a customer about another customer that she didn't like. She told the one customer that the other customer should just take their "crap" to the Good Will and not bother them with it. It totally spoiled my trip, made me wonder do they talk about everyone? I had sweats and a t-shirt on wonder what they had to say about me! Never going back!!!
Posted: 3/08/2008 • Last edited: 4/25/2009 • Link to this review