Is Payless ShoeSource trying to recover from bankruptcy by discouraging customers from ever redeeming their gift cards? A Consumerist reader bought a discounted gift card from a card exchange site, then was annoyed when his local Payless store wouldn’t accept it. The retailer says that it accepts virtual gift cards in its stores, but only from certain vendors, and only …
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
AUGUST 12, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - PAYLESS CAR & LIMOUSINE SERVICE INC.
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By Christopher Elliott - Friday Dec 2, 2016
A manager was called, and he agreed to give it to me at no additional charge.The company opened a case, and the final answer is: no refund.If Payless told you that you didn’t have to pay for your GPS, then you shouldn’t have paid for your GPS.[...] before we get to your navigation system, let’s talk about pricing.Payless has embraced an airline pricing model, where it offers an attractive “base” price and then adds on fees that can make your rental more expensive than a full-service car-rental agency’s vehicle.[...] some people claim that this is the free market at its finest — that you have a choice when it comes to bringing your own GPS or renting a toll transponder.If you bring your own, you can save money, and the car-rental company gets to advertise a really low, and bookable, rate.Making matters even worse: A representative said you wouldn’t be charged, then Payless charged you.A brief, polite appeal to one of the executives at Payless would have done the trick if the company didn’t agree to what it had already agreed to both in writing and verbally.Payless agreed to refund the $187 minus a hefty $50 cancellation fee.Christopher Elliott is the ombudsman for National Geographic Traveler magazine.
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By Laura Northrup - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
Congratulations to Payless ShoeSource, the nation’s #1 source of light-up sneakers with Disney characters on them. The chain has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy during the current retail apocalypse that has survived the process without closing all of its stores and going out of business. The Class of 2017How did other businesses that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in …
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By Laura Northrup - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017
Payless ShoeSource is the nation’s leading provider of shoes that look just enough like Chuck Taylor All-Stars but that are buy one, get one free. The chain is now in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, hoping to trim its store fleet and its substantial debt. In a recent court filing, the chain listed 81 more locations that it may or may …
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