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10785 W Colfax Ave, Lakewood, CO | Directions   80215

39.74024 -105.11887

Open Hours

M-F 10am-9pm, Sa 9am-9pm, Su 10am-9pm

Department Stores, Household Appliances, Consumer Electronics  more

More Categories: Appliance Repair, Hardware

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Applewood


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Reviews for Sears

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Beware of Sears - will lie to you to get the sale then drop you like a bad habit – Writing as a warning for you to stay FAR FAR AWAY from this Sears or any Sears in general.

I bought a dishwasher there in December. They were offering a deal where you could get either a free install, or 12 months no interest. Well I'm not a big fan of revolving debt so I opted for the free install.

First of all the install was NOT free. It was free after mail in rebate, up to $99. Guess how much the install actually costs? $119. Then they somehow charged an additional $55 on to my card, which we NEVER even got a receipt for. So anyhow, I stupidly went through thinking that Sears was competent enough to handle a rebate. I waited 60 days for the rebate, and never received it, so I called the store. They were utterly useless. They told me to go to their website. Nothing like having to write an e-mail to a black hole. So I write them an e-mail asking them where my rebate is, and never receive a reply.

So today, I was happy to get my rebate. I open the envelope and see a check for $35. WTF.

So I talk to the usual powerless manager on duty who says she can't do anything, but gives me some other useless phone number where I can leave a voice message. Yippee.

So Sears has my $110 that it did not rightfully earn, but they really lose. I was going to finish out my appliances this spring, but not with them. So that's at least $5,000 they are missing out on. On top of that, I am recommending that you all NEVER shop Sears. The only thing they care about is making a sale. Hopefully they die out like the horse and buggy soon.

over a year ago

Value-minded shoppers flock to this all-American department store for everything from sheets to new tires. – In Short
Founded in 1893 by Richard Sears, this well-known brand has come to symbolize consumer trust and value. In addition to selling appliances and electronics, Sears repairs major brands (no matter where purchased) in-home or in-store. Do-it-yourselfers can purchase parts or stock up on the exclusive Craftsman tool line. The auto department offers tire, brake, oil change and shock services. A wide range of clothing, jewelry, gifts, housewares, computers, toys and sporting goods is also available.


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