the biggest problem with best buy is management. do these guys hire their family members as store managers? because whoever manages these places has no business doing so. I was at best buy the other day,and their car audio stations weren't working,speakers were ripped out, stereos on display missing or have broken parts.
tvs looking atrocious because the settings are not correct.
computers and laptops frozen,or not working, or no power.
no wonder theyre shutting down.
Has it always been like that? perhaps they know the end is near and don't care anymore, could be why everything is in disarray.
I know at some places the employees and managers have been trying to tell upper management about some real glaring issues for the past few years and nobody listens to them, now they are looking at looking their jobs because nobody listened to them, I don't blame them for their grief.
Prime example, why would a large chain of stores continue to purchase certain computers that nobody wants? some of these stores literally have mountains of these computers in their warehouses with more coming in every week, they just keep piling up and nobody is buying them, managers have been complaining to their superiors for well over a month and these computers just keep rolling in for no good reason, millions of dollars just sitting there idle and sucking up inventory cost.