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Service: 5
Selection: 5
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Horrible Service, Arrogant Owner. Wow. I can't believe that they are still in business.

By atwnsw on 8/23/2010

  • Overall Rating: 1
  • Service: 1
  • Selection: 1
  • No, I would not go back!

We called and placed an order over the phone with them and gave them credit card #. Then they called back next day to say that they can't ship them without our sending a written authorization. The next day we find that our credit card was charged. So, we call them and ask them why they charged the credit card if they couldn't ship them. We were told that they shipped them despite not having a written authorization. 4 Days later still no glasses. We get a phone call saying that they never shipped and were still waiting for authorization. We said that it has been over 1 week and we are going on our trip and would appreciate it if they would overnight the glasses ($300) at their expense given the confusion, misleading information and incorrect charge on our card. They said that they agree that they made several mistakes but the owner would not overnight the glasses. We canceled the transaction. Horrible. service. Arrogant owner. Run away......

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20 out of 39 people found this review helpful.

Great Glasses, Rude Owner

By yachtsman on 12/14/2005

  • Overall Rating: 5
  • Service: 5
  • Selection: 5
  • No, I would not go back!

I liked Selima's glasses -- it is hard to find square glasses now that everyone wears rectangular. I liked one of the round "intellectual" looking ones too. I was about to buy 2 pairs. Each store has a different selection, so once I realized, I went to three different ones. I had been helped for about 25 minutes by some of the employees. Selima had been serving an elderly couple, ignoring me. So before I left I took the chance to tell her how much I liked her glasses and how excited I was about them. She listened briefly, turned to paperwork, asked me to wait. One of her employees became intrusive to my personal physical space like I was bothering her. Id put a whole description down, but metrony allows only 200 words. Trust me, she was unpleasant; I soon left. I would never want to wear a frame on my nose designed by such a rude and nasty person. Too bad . . . Glasses are a personal statement, an expression of who you are. If I wore ones made by someone who is nasty given the chance, what would that say? Then, again, they say Hitler designed the Volkswagen.

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114 out of 238 people found this review helpful.

Fabulous Fashionable Eyewear

By yvonne16 on 3/8/2003

  • Overall Rating: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Selection: 10
  • Yes, I would go back!

For the hippest most stylish, beautiful eyewear Selima's is the place. I have bought numerous pairs of Selima's glasses and all of them have been fashion show stoppers. The Staff is so friendly they make you feel like family. The quality, selection and value is fantastic.

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128 out of 256 people found this review helpful.

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