LensCrafters Reviews in Indianapolis, Indiana
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LensCrafters review in Indianapolis, Indiana: 1st visit extremely poor, 2nd visit BETTER!
They tried to push the lower inferior lenses on me stating that I didn't need the higher quality and were trying to give me the poly carbonate. I told them I had done my research and knew exactly what I was looking for and to provide what I asked for. Needless to say...the lenses that I chose are now on order and they are plastic. My first experience was horrible, the woman acted like she didn't want to help me, but the 2nd time I went in, the woman was a lot more helpful and explained things a lot more. You should always research before buying anything like this. Have some sort of idea when you go in what you are looking for and don't let them talk you out of anything and into something you don't want!
- Some of the staff
Reason of review
Poor customer service
LensCrafters review in Indianapolis, Indiana: Damaged lenses
Stress marks near the edges of my lenses have crept down into my line of vision. When I took them into LensCrafters, I was told that the warrantee had expired and I must have sat on them. I've been wearing glasses for over 45 years so am pretty sure I know better than to sit on them. A friend of mine has glasses purchased from the same location that are showing similar fractures on the edges. It's clear that this is a quality control issue. I had done business with LensCrafters for several years. But they've gotten their last dollar from me. I've bought a new pair of glasses elsewhere.
LensCrafters review in Indianapolis, Indiana: I have waited now 4 weeks for nothing
I was told I would have my new glasses within two weeks from Lenscrafters at the Glendale Mall in Indianapolis, but after repeated phone calls on my part to try to get the ball rolling, I am still waiting 4 weeks for my glasses to materialize. I was told there had been problems on two different occasions with the plant getting the lenses prepared. No hint of Lenscrafters perhaps giving me some sort of credit for this long wait. I am afraid good service has gone out the window. I was also told by the store manager that she would get back to me to let me know the latest. I am still waiting for that call.
A repeat customer, I visited your Greenwood Park Mall (Indiana)store #71 on September 20, and had an on site eye exam with Dr. Wendorff. During the exam he mentioned that with my prescription I would probably need a "slab off." Having no idea what that meant, I...
I went to Lens Crafters originally for an eye appointment, and then to purchase a pair of glasses with one of there promotional offers. I purchased a pair of Versage frames for the new lenses. The lenses were coated with an anti glare coating, on what I come to find...
Lenscrafters sold the anti glare coating to me and did not tell me it would rub off in less than 1 year. I told them about it and they said that is what it does. The glass is not scratched but it appears that way because the coating is coming off. LensCrafters said...
LensCrafters review in Indianapolis, Indiana: Anti Glare Coating Rubbing Off
I paid over 400.00 for glasses and Lens Crafters sold me the anti-glare coating. In less than 1 yr. it is rubbing off. I asked if they could remove the coating and they said no that it just rubs off. The glass is not scratched and I take good care of my glasses. If they had told me the anti-glare would rub off I would not have purchased it. They said they could replace the lens for 1/2 price. What a rip off and really poor customer service. Lens Crafters has lost my family's business.
LensCrafters review in Indianapolis, Indiana: Lens Crafters Take Over Contacts and Screw It Up.
I have been getting my contacts at Dr. H. Hubbard and Associates fior may years. All I had to do was call,and they would order them. Later when they arrived at the local store and I would go and pay for the contacts and take them home. Now that Lens Crafters has bought the rights to sell contacts from Dr. Hubbard. Lens Crafters policy is contacts must be paid for before they will order them! That causes the consumer to make two trips that should only take one. Another story of the customer is no longer considered right and treated fairly.
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