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Myer, Melbourne

Categories: Department Stores, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.1/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
Myer is Australia's largest department store group and offers the very latest in womens, mens & childrens fashion & clothing, as well as cosmetics, toys, homewares, electricals, appliances & more.
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  • Myer's Bourke Street store was destination shopping for many years. A vulture capital takeover left it stripped Myer of much of its charm and a lot of its stock. What remained was often ridiculously p...  read more »
  • A large well presented shopping center filled with Designer Brands at Designer prices. You'd have to have extremely deep pockets to spend a few hours here. And with the price tags came the attitude. S...  read more »
  • I love Myer and shop here at least once a week for make-up and childrens clothing as well as other things. However, wherever possible I try to shop online because of the simply dreadful service. Every...  read more »
  • Today my wife and I when to Myer Melbourne. My wife wished to purchase a jumper. After selecting the jumper she when to the SERVICE counter to pay, and waited at the end of the line. After serving the customer in front of my wife, Joy the TS representative walked off. My wife then asked Joy, what about serving her. Joy replied "I have to service my customer". I then asked Joy "are we not customers". Joy replied that we are not her customers. My wife is Asian, I do not know if this has anything to do with our treatment. We then proceeded to another counter where we were treated as a customer should be. Very poor customer service and needs to be improved.
  • --Double Sided Promo Signage needed to max Sales, Profits & ur Salary Increment ---Have a fun time with your baby in a GIANT BARBIE HEEL ---Tyrannosaurus Icon max toy sales- --POP Watch ---A dirty spot on Display TV cost tis store $10,000 worth of sales---Display Sound System n Television Turned Off led to Opportunity cost; loss of Sales, Profits n ur salary increments ----Double Sided Price Tag needed for MYER mall ---Double Sided Signage Needed to max Sales, Profits & Salary Increment-- ---DOUBLE SIDED SIGNAGE NEEDED TO MAXIMISE ADVERTISING EFFECTIVENESS ---Estee Lauder Advertising Space Failed to Produce Message leading to Opportunity Cost- ---Faulty Display Headphones Occupy Shelf Space that cost money n reduce management bonus ---Faulty Elevator Lighting at MYER - Bourke St, Melbourne City- ---Faulty Overhead Projector n TV result in loss of sales, profits n reduction of ur salary increments- --Faulty safety equipment at the mall ----Feel before you buy- ----Gather charity donation by leveraging on customer's waiting for mall's elevators---Gift cards categorised by conspicuous tabs at eye level- --Hard jewelry on bed n pillow design defeats functional purpose of comfort of the bed---Honest luggage bag that tells u how much it weighs----How do you enable customers to visualise products as Gifts to Max Sales, Profits n ur Salary Increments---How to turn CLEARANCE denoting unwanted negativity into Positivity n Excitement----IF YOU CANNOT SEE, YOU CANNOT BUY ANYTHING FROM VENDING MACHINE THAT INCUR RENTAL EXPENSE-------Imagine SALE signage in view as u travel on the escalator----Improvement needed for Kettle Handles---Incline Shelf Maximise view angle of brochure to customers ratio at MYER departmental store---Inconspicuous nameboard positioning with poor contrast of yellow font and white background on shelf failed to attract shoppers----Integrative Design with Toys and Mobiles----Interesting way to collect Shoppers feedback---Mall cares if u feel thirsty while shopping---Mall's Feedback station to include web address as alternative for collecting comments---Mall's Lift that tells you what items are located at which level---Mannequin + Run Way + Flashing Lights + People + Cameras = MYER Visual Merchandise Window Display---Mannequin in non-standard pose might be ostracised by other mannequins---Metal Against White design of Clock defeats the Purpose of being able to Read the Time from a reasonable distance---Mirrors as backdrop of mannequin allow customers to quickly imagine and compare themselves with the mannequin's clothing.---Motion Sensor Toy rakes in Profits---Pair Mannequin shoes with Marble Floor---Peeped into these Eyes to view mystery product---Place to read in the book store---Mall cares if u feel thirsty while shopping: Regular shoppers of Myer have disposable income and credit cards. If only this drinks machine accept tap and go (paypass) credit cards that allow shoppers to buy drinks... If the feature is implemented, how many more drinks could be sold? More importantly, how many VIP shoppers thirst could be quenched? ---Up profits by positioning printed photo beside camera display
  • In Menswear late am on Thur 24th. March "Background" music too loud. Meant to make customers want to stay, not leave. I wandered around looking for a particular item, while staff members went about their "business", whatever that could have been, other than attending to customers. Eventually one chap did ask if I needed assistance and was a help. Left empty handed.
  • Don't ever go here !!! Service is terrible frfr there's an older lady in the jewellery department?!!! She's a blind ass bih I swear I almost punched her right in the face💩😷 just go to David jones way better store 😷💩
  • Online shopping took ridiculously long, have been waiting for more than 2 weeks just for them to deliver a piece of clothes to Melbourne city... could not select click&collect when purchasing although it was shown as an option. I tried to call online shopping hotline multiple times but no one ever answered. No email address can be found on the website to reach out to for help.
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