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So I should start off by saying that I think Best Buy is a great company and I am a frequent Best Buy customer (Elite Plus Member). However, I had a really poor occurance with one of my online orders and went to the live chat customer support team for help. The treatment that I received there was unacceptable and frankly really disappointing. I've noticed a pattern that when something does go really wrong, the standard \"customer service\" team always proves of little to no help to me. This is the 3rd time I've had to address my concerns over a situation elsewhere because the standard Best Buy \"customer service team\" did not help address the issue.
This agent explained he was the \"floor supervisor\" and asked how he could help. I breifly reiterated my concerns and questions and to my dismay he gave me more of the same deflections the previous agent gave me. When I explained that I really would like to request a credit to my account he gave me the same \"we expediated your shipping already.\" When I explained that while I appreciated the expediated shipping, I did not feel that was a gesture of good faith to me as a customer, but rather just a proper correction to the incident, the response I received was \"we will not provide compensation.\" When I explained that I could not deliver the incorrect item to a store nor print the label and asked if they could possible arrange a pick up I was told \"we cannot arrange a pick up for this item, you need to drop it off.\" No matter how many times I tried to further explain myself or give clarity to my 2 request I was reguritated the same, non-helpful information, over and over again, as if I was speaking with an automated chat system. Worse yet, the agent kept asking \"is there anything else I can help you with\" even though he would not or could not address my concerns.
Extremely frustrated at this point I asked if there was anyone else I could speak with because I felt I was not being valued here and that my concerns were not being appropriately addressed. The agent told me that he was the last person I could speak with. I then asked if there was a different unit I could speak with that would possibly be more helpful and he said that he was \"not authorized to provide that information.\" I then asked who was authorized to provide said information and he responded \"I do not have that information.\" I asked \"so you cannot help me Nor can you tell me who I can speak to that might be able to help me and geniunely listen to my concerns\" and he said \"No one at Best buy will be able to help you.\" This statement was frankly a bit shocking and greatly belittled me as a customers. At the root of it all, I do not believe my requests were outrageous or even unreasonable, and the complete disregard for even attempting to make a resolve was very dissappointed. As a last message I stated that I was very unsatisified, that my concerns were not validated nor even appropriately addressed, and that I would seek help elsewhere, and then left the chat.
All of this brought me here, and I am now hoping I can speak with someone who will actually listen to my concerns and provide reasonable resolve. As a brief recap: 1) During a global pandemic I do not think it's appropriate that I be requested to use my personal resources and time, and risk my own personal health and well-being, to return an inexpensive item that was sent to me in error. 2) I'd like at least the opportunity to request a credit to my account as a compensation for this, now even more frustrating, circumstance that had no reasonable explanation. I understand that not every agent may have the authority to grant my requests, but I do feel that basic customer service would dictate escalation or passing me along to another resource that may be able to help further. In this experience I was virtually told \"no\" over and over again and denied any means to seek help elsewhere. I find that extremely unprofessional and disappointing.
What are customer service hours I get the message that I've called outside of their hours. Then there's a spiel about how I can go to bestbuy.com. I waited through that hoping at the end they would tell me when I can call. Nope. The system said Goodbye then hung up on me. The email I had received also said I could email customer service. If you can, I can't find where.
When calling our support line, there are many different teams that you may encounter, which can have varying hours by department, and sometimes the time of year. Much of our support is available 24 hours, but there are some areas that may have reduced coverage. This is typically the same for our chat support, though chat may appear unavailable at times if all agents are currently assisting other customers. Any posted hours are usually for Central Time, unless otherwise stated. There also are a lot of support options on our website that may be able to assist you without the need to call or chat with an agent.
Best Buy offers chat services for customers coming to us via their phone or computer. We, like many businesses, use a third-party for the technology behind this service and that company, 7.ai, told us recently that they were the victim of a cyber intrusion. Their information suggests that the dates for this illegal intrusion were between Sept. 27 and Oct. 12, 2017. 7.ai has indicated that customer payment information may have been compromised during that time and, if that were the case, then a number of Best Buy customers would have had their payment information compromised, as well.
We are fully aware that our customers expect their information to be safeguarded and apologize to the extent that did not happen in this case. We encourage any customer with questions or concerns to visit a website we have established in response to this incident. We will contact any affected customers directly and want to assure them that they will not be liable for fraudulent charges that result from this issue. Additionally, free credit monitoring services will be available if needed.
As reported by Appleosophy, Best Buy has apparently added support for Business Chat, the feature that allows customers to contact a business directly through iMessage rather than on the phone, through email, or in an online chat. Customers will now be able to chat with Best Buy customer support through the Messages app alongside their conversations with friends and family.
The company has quietly added itself to Apple's Business Chat. This means that users can talk to Best Buy's customer service right through iMessage on their iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac.The way to get access to Best Buy's Business Chat is to look for Best Buy in Apple Maps. Once you have done so, it should give you a list of rectangular icons, with the first one being \"Message.\"After you have clicked the \"Message\" icon, your device will take you to iMessage, where you can then start messaging its customer service about questions, concerns and comments you may have.
For anyone who has attempted to contact customer service at any company over the phone or through email, chat is a really convenient way to do so. However, most chats are online and also tend to be unreliable. Almost all of us have experienced a chat with customer service that disconnects and you have to start completely over.
Hackers have taken a number of different approaches to stealing sensitive data from retailers and other businesses over the years. Sometimes the attacks are direct. Other times, hackers target a third-party service like a payment processing company. Now it's being reported that criminals gained access to customer information via an online chat app.
Best Buy, likewise, announced that \"a small fraction of our overall online customer population\" was impacted. Worryingly, however, Best Buy noted that customers who didn't even use its online chat may have had their data accessed.
A new data breach class action lawsuit accuses a software company who supports Best Buy, Delta and Sears customers with voice and chat services of failing to safeguard consumer data that was exposed in 2017.
Lead plaintiff Madison Copeland also says the live chat company failed to notify affected consumers in a timely fashion that the customer data obtained from these chat sessions had been compromised or stolen.
The data breach class action lawsuit seeks to represent a Class of nationwide consumers who use the electronic customer service platform of or who shopped on the websites of Delta, Best Buy, or Sears and had their data compromised as a result.
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Best Buy in Watertown, Mass., isn't merely a bad store; it's a horrendously awful one. If you have the leisure time to physically go there anytime you have a problem or question, you are likely to find the sales crew friendly and attentive. But you will seldom if ever reach anyone on the phone. Management has made the spectacularly stupid decision to divert its calls to a \"Call Center,\" which is located in a completely different town. \"Call Center\" will then go through the motions of \"transferring\" you to the Watertown store, where you will listen to the phone ring indefinitely, only to be picked up, eventually, by none other than the same \"Call Center\"! If you complain about this colossally aggravating runaround, you'll hear that store staff are \"frustrated\" by the phone system as well. Yet nothing ever changes. If you do encounter the fluke of someone actually picking up the phone at the Watertown store, you will get disconnected the first time they put you on hold and/or told that someone you've requested to speak with will \"call you back\" -- but that won't happen either. It's a profound mystery how this store is able to remain op