Little Liberty Childrens

★★★☆☆
  • 3838 Ridge Pike

    Collegeville, PA 19426

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  • 610-831-2170

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I'm with the reviewer Bernadette M. on this one. I went in and asked a big girl (with a squeaky voice) how the items were cleaned for sale. I also asked why the one used item was priced much higher than it was priced new at Target. She got such a snippy tone with me! She told me that if I 'couldn't figure it out' that I "should shop somewhere else, like Target." After her rude reply, I asked if a manager was on duty and she replied, 'I am the manager'. I asked if the store manager was available, that I wasn't asking for an assistant manager, she got very hostile. Her phone rang and she answered it, telling the person on the other end that she 'was sick of dealing with a**holes in this dump'. I mean, seriously? Insult a paying customer, then re-insult me by telling someone on the phone I'm an a-hole? It wasn't even that which made me write this review, it was the MANAGER of the store--a big girl, not sure of her name since she wouldn't tell me when I asked--who called the place a dump and suggested I shop elsewhere. Unbelievable. Christian store? I think not. It's a shame they can't find a real christian to run the place! I will never suggest this place to anyone. Would rather go to Goodwill!
Update: I called the same store later that day and asked for the store manager. The person on the phone (again, a very squeaky voice) asked me 'what is the issue'. When I started to explain what had happened earlier, she interrupted me and said 'I remember you, you wanted to know how we cleaned things and wanted us to give stuff away.' Then she hung up on me. OMG! NEVER AGAIN--do not go to this place! I have not had any bad experiences with any of the other Liberty stores, but obviously this girl has problems being a christian.

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I'm with the reviewer Bernadette M. on this one. I went in and asked a big girl (with a squeaky voice) how the items were cleaned for sale. I also asked why the one used item was priced much higher than it was priced new at Target. She got such a snippy tone with me! She told me that if I 'couldn't figure it out' that I "should shop somewhere else, like Target." After her rude reply, I asked if a manager was on duty and she replied, 'I am the manager'. I asked if the store manager was available, that I wasn't asking for an assistant manager, she got very hostile. Her phone rang and she answered it, telling the person on the other end that she 'was sick of dealing with a**holes in this dump'. I mean, seriously? Insult a paying customer, then re-insult me by telling someone on the phone I'm an a-hole? It wasn't even that which made me write this review, it was the MANAGER of the store--a big girl, not sure of her name since she wouldn't tell me when I asked--who called the place a dump and suggested I shop elsewhere. Unbelievable. Christian store? I think not. It's a shame they can't find a real christian to run the place! I will never suggest this place to anyone. Would rather go to Goodwill!
Update: I called the same store later that day and asked for the store manager. The person on the phone (again, a very squeaky voice) asked me 'what is the issue'. When I started to explain what had happened earlier, she interrupted me and said 'I remember you, you wanted to know how we cleaned things and wanted us to give stuff away.' Then she hung up on me. OMG! NEVER AGAIN--do not go to this place! I have not had any bad experiences with any of the other Liberty stores, but obviously this girl has problems being a christian.

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The whole purpose to me of shopping at a thrift store is to get gently used merchandise at discount prices. Little Liberty is very expensive. $15 for a used childrens coat? A snow suit with stains on it that is very pricey? Sneakers with

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The whole purpose to me of shopping at a thrift store is to get gently used merchandise at discount prices. Little Liberty is very expensive. $15 for a used childrens coat? A snow suit with stains on it that is very pricey? Sneakers with

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Little Liberty is a decent thrift store with a ton of stuff to look at - it can be overwhelming, but if you take your time there's good stuff to find. The prices are fair, I guess, considering it's a non-profit and they have a cause they support. My rationale is that I feel better and more community-oriented shopping here than at some monster corporation like Target.

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Little Liberty is a decent thrift store with a ton of stuff to look at - it can be overwhelming, but if you take your time there's good stuff to find. The prices are fair, I guess, considering it's a non-profit and they have a cause they support. My rationale is that I feel better and more community-oriented shopping here than at some monster corporation like Target.

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The manager, I beleive her name is Judy was not a good sales person. Was not willing to come down in price on a Battat horse that was in her window for $35.00 with some accessories after I told her the item was the same price at Target for brand new. Her response was she knew it was the same price at Target but felt it was fair because the horse was beautiful and she'll be able to get that amount from someone. I was surprised she wasn't willing to negotiate the price for a used item and at her cockiness of misrepresenting a used item for more than its worth. I felt she banks on the fact that people don't know their prices and hopes that someone will think it's a good deal because it's in a "thrift shop". In trying to be "good Christians" I would think trying to be truthful would be at the top of all of our lists! Especially to those who are less fortunate!

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The manager, I beleive her name is Judy was not a good sales person. Was not willing to come down in price on a Battat horse that was in her window for $35.00 with some accessories after I told her the item was the same price at Target for brand new. Her response was she knew it was the same price at Target but felt it was fair because the horse was beautiful and she'll be able to get that amount from someone. I was surprised she wasn't willing to negotiate the price for a used item and at her cockiness of misrepresenting a used item for more than its worth. I felt she banks on the fact that people don't know their prices and hopes that someone will think it's a good deal because it's in a "thrift shop". In trying to be "good Christians" I would think trying to be truthful would be at the top of all of our lists! Especially to those who are less fortunate!

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I didn't find a lot of name brand clothes at Little Liberty, but if you dug around, you might find some decent clothes in good shape. My daughters found a few puzzles & games there. I frequently see strollers & other big ticket items out front.

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I didn't find a lot of name brand clothes at Little Liberty, but if you dug around, you might find some decent clothes in good shape. My daughters found a few puzzles & games there. I frequently see strollers & other big ticket items out front.

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