I dropped off some clothes after visiting my moms for my birthday. I forgot an envelope she had slipped me in a pair of my pants that had $250. when I picked up my clothes and asked about the money, they said anything found in the pockets would be on the invoice. There was no money there. They assured me everyone there would turn in money. I gave them a benefit of the doubt and turned to walk away. When I did I looked towards an overflowing trashcan and saw my mom’s handwriting on the envelope. I pulled it out and confronted them. I was told there was nothing that could be done at that moment and they gave me the office number. I spoke with Tammy Bradley, the owner, and she told me I must have misplaced it because she knows her staff would not take it. I’m deeply disturbed and disgusted by the practices of this company. If you go there, make sure to keep a inventory of what you drop off.
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