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Does anyone know if Argos will send a reserved item to me?

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
I have just reserved possibly the last £149.99 ipod touch 32gb in the country, but the location is about 200 miles away!

Does anyone know if they will send the item to me (if I pay for the postage of course).

Do managers have that discretion?

Going to call them 1st thing tomorrow, but just wondered if anyone had any experience.

Cheers
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Doubt it to be honest.
3 Likes #2
no.
#3
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?
#4
Now even though Argos probably have the means to do this, it is far too customer friendly for them to do such a thing. If they are anything like the local Argos bunch near me you have more chance of catching a bus to the moon tomorrow.
#5
nope!
#6
casparwhite
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?


Card over the phone. The HQ guy I spoke to told me to speak with the store manager, which is why I asked whether anyone knew if they actually have this discretion.
#7
Location?
#8
Haverfordwest is the store.
#9
Depends on if they can take card not present transactions.

The fraud risk increases as there is no Chip and Pin or Verified by Visa and then you have the postage costs... Doubt if they will do it. Maybe a helpful established member could?

Where is the item?
#10
not a hope
#11
Foxy102
casparwhite
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?


Card over the phone. The HQ guy I spoke to told me to speak with the store manager, which is why I asked whether anyone knew if they actually have this discretion.


and how are they gonna verify its you with no signature.,....

ding dong....fraud alert

best option is to ask a member here, ive done it for someone who wanted somat from cex in camden


Edited By: casparwhite on Feb 22, 2011 20:28
#12
Foxy102
casparwhite
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?


Card over the phone. The HQ guy I spoke to told me to speak with the store manager, which is why I asked whether anyone knew if they actually have this discretion.


They can send item as an inter store transfer via central warehouse then onto the warehouse for that particular store, then transferred into store. Takes a few days to a week. Not a big job at all :) Then pay for the item in ypur local store.

Edited By: geegee-pinata on Feb 22, 2011 20:28
#13
I've made loads of CNP transactions in the past. Never had an issue. Not sure about the Argos policy on this though TBH.
#14
Foxy102
I've made loads of CNP transactions in the past. Never had an issue. Not sure about the Argos policy on this though TBH.


They will not take a payment over the phone guaranteed, the only way to do it is an inter store transfer, at the discretion of the stock manager.
banned#15
SO they have told you that, at the discretion of the store manager, they may be able to send you it.

Would you not be better asking the store manager than here?
#16
geegee-pinata
Foxy102
I've made loads of CNP transactions in the past. Never had an issue. Not sure about the Argos policy on this though TBH.


They will not take a payment over the phone guaranteed, the only way to do it is an inter store transfer, at the discretion of the stock manager.


Very very helpful. Thanks a lot
#17
geegee-pinata
Foxy102
casparwhite
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?


Card over the phone. The HQ guy I spoke to told me to speak with the store manager, which is why I asked whether anyone knew if they actually have this discretion.


They can send item as an inter store transfer via central warehouse then onto the warehouse for that particular store, then transferred into store. Takes a few days to a week. Not a big job at all :) Then pay for the item in ypur local store.


lol good luck finding manager willing to do that for the last item that would sell in the store anyway
#18
dimebars
SO they have told you that, at the discretion of the store manager, they may be able to send you it.

Would you not be better asking the store manager than here?


Alright, no need to get hostile. I was garnering information as the store is shut. And as it happens from this thread I have now discovered that they can do an inter store transfer thingy-me-bob and I have also found out who I need to talk to.
banned#19
Foxy102
dimebars
SO they have told you that, at the discretion of the store manager, they may be able to send you it.Would you not be better asking the store manager than here?
Alright, no need to get hostile. I was garnering information as the store is shut. And as it happens from this thread I have now discovered that they can do an inter store transfer thingy-me-bob and I have also found out who I need to talk to.

Who is hostile? I am merely making the point! Ask in the correct place, instead of using peoples guess-work
#20
They were shut when I called earlier, which is why I am calling them 1st thing tomorrow.
1 Like #21
My local didnt have a toy my son wanted for xmas , it was in a store 300 miles away and the last one the manager from my local called the store spoke to the manager there and asked them to send it down via internal mail ( they dont have to pay shipping i think he said) it was in my local store 2 days later. so some managers will do it. good luck hun
oh yes i forgot to mention i went instore and paid for the item before it arrived
#22
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
Foxy102
casparwhite
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?


Card over the phone. The HQ guy I spoke to told me to speak with the store manager, which is why I asked whether anyone knew if they actually have this discretion.


They can send item as an inter store transfer via central warehouse then onto the warehouse for that particular store, then transferred into store. Takes a few days to a week. Not a big job at all :) Then pay for the item in ypur local store.


lol good luck finding manager willing to do that for the last item that would sell in the store anyway


I used to do it all the time when i was a stock manager at Argos, if its old stock not in the new catalogue, they will be more than happy to get rid of it before its recalled, its a £150 item, not an item that would dranatically increase the shops sales :p
#23
geegee-pinata
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
Foxy102
casparwhite
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?


Card over the phone. The HQ guy I spoke to told me to speak with the store manager, which is why I asked whether anyone knew if they actually have this discretion.


They can send item as an inter store transfer via central warehouse then onto the warehouse for that particular store, then transferred into store. Takes a few days to a week. Not a big job at all :) Then pay for the item in ypur local store.


lol good luck finding manager willing to do that for the last item that would sell in the store anyway


I used to do it all the time when i was a stock manager at Argos, if its old stock not in the new catalogue, they will be more than happy to get rid of it before its recalled, its a £150 item, not an item that would dranatically increase the shops sales :p


yes if its old stock that you are not likely to sell.

i dont think this is the case
#24
vinylandtrinkets
My local didnt have a toy my son wanted for xmas , it was in a store 300 miles away and the last one the manager from my local called the store spoke to the manager there and asked them to send it down via internal mail ( they dont have to pay shipping i think he said) it was in my local store 2 days later. so some managers will do it. good luck hun
oh yes i forgot to mention i went instore and paid for the item before it arrived


It's nice to hear that it can be done. Im going to call the store direct first and then if no luck go to my local branch. Nice one!
#25
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
Foxy102
casparwhite
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?


Card over the phone. The HQ guy I spoke to told me to speak with the store manager, which is why I asked whether anyone knew if they actually have this discretion.


They can send item as an inter store transfer via central warehouse then onto the warehouse for that particular store, then transferred into store. Takes a few days to a week. Not a big job at all :) Then pay for the item in ypur local store.


lol good luck finding manager willing to do that for the last item that would sell in the store anyway


I used to do it all the time when i was a stock manager at Argos, if its old stock not in the new catalogue, they will be more than happy to get rid of it before its recalled, its a £150 item, not an item that would dranatically increase the shops sales :p


yes if its old stock that you are not likely to sell.

i dont think this is the case


If it was in demand that much then it would have sold already surely?
Anyway, would you not do a good deed for someone? Or are you that miserable lol?
#26
Personally, I have found the Argos customer service to be top notch in the past.
#27
geegee-pinata
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
Foxy102
casparwhite
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?


Card over the phone. The HQ guy I spoke to told me to speak with the store manager, which is why I asked whether anyone knew if they actually have this discretion.


They can send item as an inter store transfer via central warehouse then onto the warehouse for that particular store, then transferred into store. Takes a few days to a week. Not a big job at all :) Then pay for the item in ypur local store.


lol good luck finding manager willing to do that for the last item that would sell in the store anyway


I used to do it all the time when i was a stock manager at Argos, if its old stock not in the new catalogue, they will be more than happy to get rid of it before its recalled, its a £150 item, not an item that would dranatically increase the shops sales :p


yes if its old stock that you are not likely to sell.

i dont think this is the case


If it was in demand that much then it would have sold already surely?
Anyway, would you not do a good deed for someone? Or are you that miserable lol?


eh.....there is 1 left in the country and she has reserved it!! speaks for itself

what are you on about doing a good deal for someone and being miserable?

have you bothered to actually read my replies?

some people are daft
1 Like #28
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
Foxy102
casparwhite
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?


Card over the phone. The HQ guy I spoke to told me to speak with the store manager, which is why I asked whether anyone knew if they actually have this discretion.


They can send item as an inter store transfer via central warehouse then onto the warehouse for that particular store, then transferred into store. Takes a few days to a week. Not a big job at all :) Then pay for the item in ypur local store.


lol good luck finding manager willing to do that for the last item that would sell in the store anyway


I used to do it all the time when i was a stock manager at Argos, if its old stock not in the new catalogue, they will be more than happy to get rid of it before its recalled, its a £150 item, not an item that would dranatically increase the shops sales :p


yes if its old stock that you are not likely to sell.

i dont think this is the case


If it was in demand that much then it would have sold already surely?
Anyway, would you not do a good deed for someone? Or are you that miserable lol?


eh.....there is 1 left in the country and she has reserved it!! speaks for itself

what are you on about doing a good deal for someone and being miserable?

have you bothered to actually read my replies?

some people are daft


Seriously you are a bit of a plank!
#29
This is still in stock in Buxton too :)
#30
Foxy102
Personally, I have found the Argos customer service to be top notch in the past.


Lol, the stores near me, they close about 20 mins before they should, the managers are always women who have attitude problems. And god help if you want to return something.
#31
Thanks OP, i just went into the Haverfordwest store and managed to collect the item with your details, cheers again.
#32
nebno6
Thanks OP, i just went into the Haverfordwest store and managed to collect the item with your details, cheers again.


LOL! Were the security shutters easy to get through?
#33
Nah the store was open I got there at just before half 8
#34
dimebars
Foxy102
dimebars
SO they have told you that, at the discretion of the store manager, they may be able to send you it.Would you not be better asking the store manager than here?
Alright, no need to get hostile. I was garnering information as the store is shut. And as it happens from this thread I have now discovered that they can do an inter store transfer thingy-me-bob and I have also found out who I need to talk to.
Who is hostile? I am merely making the point! Ask in the correct place, instead of using peoples guess-work

Talking of using peoples guesswork - http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/b-q-clearance-section/586845
#35
nebno6
Nah the store was open I got there at just before half 8


So you read my message at 8.17pm, got to the store and picked it up without my email address or reservation number in under 13 minutes.

Well done.
#36
geegee-pinata
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
casparwhite
geegee-pinata
Foxy102
casparwhite
no chance

how are they gonna take payment exactly?


Card over the phone. The HQ guy I spoke to told me to speak with the store manager, which is why I asked whether anyone knew if they actually have this discretion.


They can send item as an inter store transfer via central warehouse then onto the warehouse for that particular store, then transferred into store. Takes a few days to a week. Not a big job at all :) Then pay for the item in ypur local store.


lol good luck finding manager willing to do that for the last item that would sell in the store anyway


I used to do it all the time when i was a stock manager at Argos, if its old stock not in the new catalogue, they will be more than happy to get rid of it before its recalled, its a £150 item, not an item that would dranatically increase the shops sales :p


yes if its old stock that you are not likely to sell.

i dont think this is the case


If it was in demand that much then it would have sold already surely?
Anyway, would you not do a good deed for someone? Or are you that miserable lol?


eh.....there is 1 left in the country and she has reserved it!! speaks for itself

what are you on about doing a good deal for someone and being miserable?

have you bothered to actually read my replies?

some people are daft


Seriously you are a bit of a plank!

touche!!

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#37
is this a really hot deal then with the touch being 150 squids???oO
(no, i really am serious- cant find it posted on here)

stock in nw london

Edited By: samwants2save on Feb 22, 2011 23:58
#38
samwants2save
is this a really hot deal then with the touch being 150 squids???oO
(no, i really am serious- cant find it posted on here)

stock in nw london


what store please? i am not far away from there
#39
I can't find it either.What did I miss?oO
#40
foxy @ staples corner

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