The furniture salesman says,” We don’t refuse any reasonable offers.” He made that sales pitch in the parking lot of a closed northwest Omaha gas station.
Two large semi trailers from North Carolina Furniture have been rolling around the Omaha metro area.
Salesmen for the company have been selling couches, chairs and recliners out of the back the trailers.
Six On Your Side questioned a salesman who was able to provide a city peddlers permit and sales tax collection approval. However the company has provided little information to the Better Business Bureau for customers to check.
Bureau President Jim Hegarty says the furniture truck even stopped on a street across from the BBB office, trying to sell employees furniture.
He warns any customer to get contact information for warranty purposes.
A Carolina Furniture salesman says customers are provided all necessary information onthe receipt at the time of purchase.
The state department of revenue will be looking for information on furniture on wheels in Nebraska.
The out of the truck furniture sales must include sales tax and the company has until October 25th to send the state a check.