Cary >Clothing > Kid To Kid of Cary
430 Crossroads Blvd, Cary, NC | Directions 2751835.760270 -78.736055
Monday: 10am - 8pm
Tuesday: 10am - 8pm
Wednesday: 10am - 8pm
Thursday: 10am - 8pm
Friday: 10am - 8pm
Saturday: 10am - 8pm
Sunday: 1pm - 6pm
I'd rather give my stuff away than sell it to them – This was my first experience with the store. I brought in new with tags maternity clothes, and got offered $1.00 to $2.00 per piece of clothing. When I got offered in-store credit, the price I got was only $1.20 more on the total of the cash offer. I wouldn't be able to buy anything in there store with my earned credit.
As I was browsing through there clothing, I found oil stains, faded and extreamly used items, that were all over priced!!! Not one thing under $4.99!!! I would rather pay the extra few dollars and buy new, then buy stuff with stains!
I will not sell there, and I will not shop there. Anyone and everyone is better off looking elsewhere.
Sorry for your bad experience. Unfortunately selling is not for everyone. I hope you will consider shopping with us again in the future. We value your opinion and thanks for being a customer.
Average at best – First I think it's important to know how to read and write reviews. Look at the date. If the store is under new leadership it may not matter. Know what the stars mean. 2 stars here means sorta good - that's not so bad. Read what the person wrote - she/he may be over the top. Most importunely, at least go once yourself before deciding. Take a small amount and see what happens.
I mostly sell to Apex but stopped because I had a bad experience. I don't go back anymore - PERIOD.
I have not sold to Cary because my kids are older and they wear out their clothes more. I have shopped here and I have to say that the clothes on the racks are mostly not anything I would pay. When you can get brand new clothes on clearance at Gymboree for $8 it's really hard to pay $6 for used.
Remember that the workers there may get first choice on some items. That would be an advantage of working there.
If you want to sell your clothes for more, you have to put in the work and sell them yourselves.
HORRIBLE Seller Experience – I am so disappointed in Kid to Kid. I missed the recent kids exchange sale in which I would normally receive $120-$140 for the 3 bins of clothes I took to Kid to Kid. When I went to drop off my clothing, there was a very long wait for someone to go through my bins to make me an offer. I was very confident that all my items were in excellent condition and stylish so I signed a paper to donate what they wouldn't take. They were supposed to call me by the next day with the amount I was to receive for store credit. 3 days later I still had not heard from them so I called to get my store credit amount ... and it was $9! I went to get my bins of clothes and everything had been "donated" except one small grocery bag of clothes. I'm not sure how the buyers experience would be but my experience in trying to see was TERRIBLE!
Sorry to hear about your bad experience. Would love a chance to discuss this with you. If you can contact the store and leave your information for Patrick, I will be happy to discuss with you.
Never going back – I was very dissapointed with selling there. One day i brought some things asking if the store is interested in them and waited over an hour in line to be answered "yes" but they wanted to check 4 other customer's stuff BEFORE they will do required paperwork for me. Those customers came after me and I could not wait that long so I came back next morning. Then, another person working there decided she doesn't want any of the things accepted for sure the day before.
Waste of time. There is in Raleigh a Catholic Parish Outreach collecting anything for babies or maternity clothes and I know those things are truly needed by poorest people so that is where I prefer to give those things away. For few pennies it is not worth to be wasting your time and be treated according to a saleswoman mood. I did not like that disrespectful service and won't support business like this ever.
Sorry for your bad experience. Would love a chance to discuss and make things right. I take customer service very serious and strive for us to be the best at it.
don't shop there unless you like rip offs! – Really needs to be shut down.
RUDE RUDE RUDE! HORRIBLE DEALS, DIRTY CLOTHES – SHOP AT OWN RISK, HORRIBLE SERVICE, MEAN PEOPLE, UGLY, OVER PRICED DIRTY CLOTHES, VERY DIRTY STORE, DISQUSTING. IT SMELLED HORRIBLE, AND THEY LAUGH AT AND MAKE FUN OF THE CUSTOMERS! I ONLY GAVE ONE STAR BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO GIVE AT LEAST ONE!
Would like a chance to discuss. I assume you have something against based on your name.
A positive experience with the owner – I have been a customer of Kid to Kid since I found out that I was pregnant. A friend of mine recommended them for maternity clothes, and I was pleased with their selection and prices. I was able to find clothes for work and the weekend and found almost my entire maternity wardrobe there. I have continued to shop there for items that we needed once the baby was born. We always check Kid to Kid before going to Target or Babies R Us. A couple of employees are exceptional… particularly Shannon. She remembers me each time I visit the store and always asks about my son. She has helped me pick out items and even loads them into my car. Recently, I decided to try selling some items that we did not need. When I was confused about the selling process and unsure how prices were determined, the store owner himself contacted me to clear up the situation. Patrick was very helpful and I really appreciated the fact that he took the time to call me on Saturday morning. It is true that you will not earn as much consigning as you might selling on Craigslist, but it is much more convenient. By selling to Kid to Kid I don’t have to worry about taking pictures, posting ads, meeting people, dealing with no-shows, etc. when I should be focusing on our 5 month old. Overall the process works for everyone: the seller makes money on items they don’t need, the store makes money on items that they sell, and the buyer is able to find quality merchandise at a reasonable price. After the exemplary customer service I received today from Patrick Fish, I will continue to shop at and sell to Kid to Kid. ( I also really appreciate that they offer a military discount and send coupons and newsletters via email.) ***edited to add that Betsy (I think that is her name) is also very helpful. She always takes me to the item I am looking for or looks herself if I can't find something.
All Around Terrible! – I needed fall clothes for my daughter, so I thought I would bring in her old stuff (in great condition, some tags still on) and get store credit to buy new clothes. I called Kid to Kid and they were rude on the phone. I thought, maybe she was having a bad day, so a few days later I came in with my stuff. Both girls acted like they didn't even want me in there, like I was interrupting them. There store was dirty and smelly. They wanted to give me $16 for my bin of clothes. And they said that there were spots on things that were BRAND NEW, with the tags still on. I looked over everything before bringing it in. I will never go there again. I would rather give my stuff away!!!!
Sorry for your bad experience. Sometimes the selling process does not work for everyone. We always appreciate you bringing your items in. Without customers like you, willing to bring their items in, we would not be able to make the business work. I hope you will give us another chance in the future and please note this is not typical and not the types of attitudes I expect from our employees. If you have any problems in the future, please contact me so we can get them resolved. Patrick
Just Donate Your Stuff – These people absolutely RIP YOU OFF! The person that wrote the review complaining that people want to make a fortune off of their kids clothing must work there or own it.....I took some very nice clothing into that store and they offered me $9 or a $10 store credit!!! The clothing they sell for the most part I could get at the Salvation Army in the same condition for less money.....They give you pennies for your stuff then turn around and sell it at an extremely huge mark up!! I will be donating to the Salvation Army or GCF from now on. I will never take any clothes in there again nor will I buy anything from them. I took the store credit because I figured someone actually needs those clothes and needs them at a discounted price and would benefit from my GIVING!! The only thing is I wish I knew the person because had I known I was going to be ripped off I would have just given the stuff to them like I gave it to Kid to Kid!
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors – Resale chain buys and sells used kids' and maternity clothes, toys, baby equipment, and appraises and prices items via computer.
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