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Nebraska Furniture Mart Sofa Warranty Review Nebraska Furniture Mart Jun 21, 2016 by anonymous #869579 Never buy any piece of furniture from NFM The company sales fake extnded warranties which they selves honor. Its all closeout metchandize. The customer service is very unprofessional and rude and dont want to give out the coperate number. Comment Be first to start a discussion Show Tablet And Tv Review Nebraska Furniture Mart Apr 07, 2016 by emilyoldfield.eo #825162 1.0 I will never do business with this company again they sell crappy inferior products and then charge you a restocking fee when they don't work to your satisfaction Comment Be first to start a discussion Show Mattress Review Nebraska Furniture Mart Sep 11, 2015 by anonymous #697979 1.0 Their delivery is horrible. Don't show up when scheduled. Hey if you buy a mattress they will offer to pick up and haul off old mattress for $11.00 but then don't tell you when there is a stain on a mattress. Then they won't take it. What used mattress doesn't have a least one stain. Sweat, *** whatever. Don't false advertise and start communicating with your sales reps Comment Be first to start a discussion Show Furniture Review Nebraska Furniture Mart Aug 17, 2015 by anonymous #684430 2.0 Ordered 7 items from nfm. 4 were broken on arrival. Second delivery 4 hours late during a week day and again brought more broken goods. Still don't have all our stuff. Comment Be first to start a discussion Show


Furniture Mart, conveniently located in downtown Rapid City, SD, has proudly served the Black Hills region with all furniture and flooring needs for over 45 years. Furniture Mart offers a wide variety of styles to fit any home or commercial space, including Western, rustic, lodge, casual contemporary, traditional and transitional styles. In addition, Furniture Mart is here to provide customers with flooring of any type for all residential and commercial locations, including carpet, hardwood, tile, and vinyl. Furniture Mart is part of the Freed’s Fine Furnishings family, and we’re ready to help achieve your design goals.


*30 days revolving financing for purchases subject to customer credit approval by Nebraska Furniture Mart/Homemakers on the revolving charge account. Must use NFM Account billing method in checkout to receive financing. No Interest if paid in full 30 days after delivery date when you use your Homemakers/Nebraska Furniture Mart card. No minimum purchase required. Interest will be charged to your account from the date received if the purchase balance is not paid in full. Minimum monthly payments are required. Homemakers is now accepting revolving credit applications online or over the phone from customers living in Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Texas. Customers from other states may submit revolving credit applications by visiting our store. For further details, please call 1-888-967-7467.


Nebraska Furniture Mart should have made it a priority to find out why our couch was not ready after the established 6 week deadline especially because we had already paid for this item months ago. Additionally, because no one at their facility could provide us answers, that could have been of even more concern to them. Poor communication with the customer as well as poor communication between staff was a huge contributor to this flub. It is clear that you are only a priority when you are a potential buyer. Once you have completed your purchase you are of no value. Once we were told it would be another 4-6 weeks because of the error and unconcerned nature of our salesperson, Dan, we immediately canceled out order. Nebraska Furniture Mart did not offer any sort of compensation or try to "make it right" in any way. We are incredibly disappointed.


The lobby of the Nebraska Furniture Mart is an impressive sight, and the showroom is 560,000 square feet. “You can spend the entire day here,” an official says. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram The lobby of the Nebraska Furniture Mart is an impressive sight, and the showroom is 560,000 square feet. “You can spend the entire day here,” an official says. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram


Important financing terms and conditions:Statements should not be constructed to be an offer to finance. All financing is subject to lender approval. Information submitted on this form may be used by Furniture Mart USA and its affiliates to contact you regarding the financing process or our products. Lease to Own options are available through Progressive and no credit is required to qualify. The advertised Lease to Own options is a lease-purchase agreement (or in specified states, a lease agreement with an option to purchase; a consumer rental-purchase agreement; a rent-to-own agreement; a lease-purchase agreement; a consumer-lease agreement). Not available in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Layaway options are available through Furniture Mart USA. *The Furniture Mart USA credit card is issued by Wells Fargo Financial National Bank. See store for details. current information, call us at 1-800-431-5921.


Jacksonville Furniture Mart features a great selection of living room, bedroom, dining room, home office, entertainment, accent, furniture, and mattresses, and can help you with your home design and decorating. View recent additions to our online furniture gallery. Jacksonville Furniture Mart offers great quality furniture, at a low price to the Jacksonville, Gainesville, St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island, Lake City, Palm Coast, Orange Park, St. Mary's, Brunswick area. Information Accuracy - We have taken great care to provide you with information that is accurate and useful. Please notify us if you find an error, and we will do our best to correct it. We ask that you contact us directly and visit our stores to confirm information about pricing, color, features, dimensions, availability and special order lead times.


Ed Lipsett, store director of the massive Nebraska Furniture Mart under construction off the Sam Rayburn Tollway and Plano Parkway, takes great pride in the breadth of the new store. At 560,000 square feet, it’s big enough to fit three Wal-Mart Supercenters inside.


Casey of Mckinney, TX on Aug. 12, 2016Satisfaction RatingOver the past couple of years, I have spent over $20K at Nebraska Furniture Mart. As part of my purchases, I bought a black leather reclining sofa, and 2 matching recliners. NFM pitches a 'Protection Plan' on all furniture, and the claim is that "no matter what happens to the furniture, whether a pet eats it or it is dropped from the roof", NFM will repair or replace the item at no cost. I was sucked into the scam, and purchased the 'protection plan'. We moved, and the furniture was damaged. I called NFM for guidance on what to do, and was told a NFM tech would have to be scheduled for a visit to evaluate the damage for further action. I scheduled the tech to come out, and after review, he told me I would need to open a claim with Guardsman, the company behind the 'protection plan'. I immediately gathered all the required details (pictures, documentation, receipts, etc), and I filed 3 individual claims as required for each of my 3 pieces of furniture. About 10 days later, I was told my claim was DENIED because I did not report the damage within the allotted time frame. I called NFM for assistance, and was told I needed to contact Guardsman and request a manager. I did this today, explained the situation, and was told that NFM should never have sent anyone out to my house to see the furniture as it only voided my warranty. So, I called NFM back and got a huge run-around with the customer service agent. He tried to convince me that there was no way for them to know if the damage was caused by 'accident', or normal wear and tear. I asked how this could make any difference if the commitment made was that all covered furniture would be repaired or replaced.Again, he tried to throw hypothetical scenarios at me in attempt to invalidate my claims. I requested to speak with a manager. When a manager finally came on the line, he proceeded to tell me that nothing I was told about the protection plan was correct, items damaged during a move were 'no longer covered', and I was SOL. It is also noteworthy to mention that I was also told that only small rips in leather would be covered, and NOT scratches or scrapes. This 100% contradicts the sales pitch and commitments made at time of sale. This has officially ended any future business with NFM.Helpful?YesNo


Over the past couple of years, I have spent over $20K at Nebraska Furniture Mart. As part of my purchases, I bought a black leather reclining sofa, and 2 matching recliners. NFM pitches a 'Protection Plan' on all furniture, and the claim is that "no matter what happens to the furniture, whether a pet eats it or it is dropped from the roof", NFM will repair or replace the item at no cost. I was sucked into the scam, and purchased the 'protection plan'. We moved, and the furniture was damaged. I called NFM for guidance on what to do, and was told a NFM tech would have to be scheduled for a visit to evaluate the damage for further action. I scheduled the tech to come out, and after review, he told me I would need to open a claim with Guardsman, the company behind the 'protection plan'. I immediately gathered all the required details (pictures, documentation, receipts, etc), and I filed 3 individual claims as required for each of my 3 pieces of furniture. About 10 days later, I was told my claim was DENIED because I did not report the damage within the allotted time frame. I called NFM for assistance, and was told I needed to contact Guardsman and request a manager. I did this today, explained the situation, and was told that NFM should never have sent anyone out to my house to see the furniture as it only voided my warranty. So, I called NFM back and got a huge run-around with the customer service agent. He tried to convince me that there was no way for them to know if the damage was caused by 'accident', or normal wear and tear. I asked how this could make any difference if the commitment made was that all covered furniture would be repaired or replaced.Again, he tried to throw hypothetical scenarios at me in attempt to invalidate my claims. I requested to speak with a manager. When a manager finally came on the line, he proceeded to tell me that nothing I was told about the protection plan was correct, items damaged during a move were 'no longer covered', and I was SOL. It is also noteworthy to mention that I was also told that only small rips in leather would be covered, and NOT scratches or scrapes. This 100% contradicts the sales pitch and commitments made at time of sale. This has officially ended any future business with NFM.Helpful?YesNo