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I purchased the NordicTrack elliptical from Sears last month because I thought they were a good quality company. After assembling the machine, I found it was loud and not smooth as advertised. The machine was inspected after 2 wks of waiting for Icon Fitness repair to respond and it was determined to be defective. There was no repair for the machine, only repair. The company has promised a replacement it. Over a month has passed and Icon Fitness still cannot give me a date that I will have a replacement. Best they can do is "maybe" 2-3 weeks longer.
In February of this year, I bought a NordicTrack Freestrider 35 S. It is a fitness machine. The clerk at Sears also sold me an iFit module, saying that it would help me track my progress. When we put the machine together, the sensor was broken and we had to wait a month to get the new parts.
After it was fixed, we started using the machine for workouts. There were preprogrammed workouts that worked very well for my wife and me. Then I made the big mistake of putting the iFit module in. It proceeded to completely reprogram the machine such that, in order to keep the minimal rpm rate going, I had to get my heart rate up into the 180's. Which for a fifty year old male is danger territory. (I am a physician and know what I'm a talking bout.)
I wrote to ICON customer service (the parent company) and asked that they. Restore the programming. I got a message back, stating that they had received "numerous complaints" and that they were going to reprogram the machine back to the way it was before "within a week.". After two weeks had gone by, I called ICON customer service to ask when they were going to do that. The first night, I was put on hold for half an hour and then told I needed to talk with iFit, who had just closed for the evening. Tonight, I was again routed to iFit, and spoke with a CSR for an hour.
He told me that they had reprogrammed the machine because the original program was defective. I told him that it worked just fine for me and please put it back to the way it used to be. He quite snottily told me that, "we don't keep the old programming around on a shelf on the off chance that someone might like the old program." I told him about the concerns about the cardiac stress that was engendered by their program. He told me that their program was correct and implied that was too out of shape to be using their product.
I asked to get my money back, since the machine is unusable in its current condition. He told me I would have to take it back to Sears. It weighs about three hundred pounds and does not have a transportation lock down mode.
I asked to speak with a supervisor and he told me that they were too important to talk with customers. I asked to speak to the complaint department and he gave me the address to write to the company president. Yeah right. Like that's going to make a dent in the corporate indifference.
I called Sears and asked them to come and pick up their machine. the clerk there actually apologized. (The first I had heard all night.) He said that his manager was going to call ICON and discuss the matter with them and that she would get back with me.
So the moral of the story is, ICON doesn't give a fig about their products working right or the health of their customers as long as they can get your money and have their Customer Service Department fend off all attempts at getting made right. I guess my attorney is going to earn a few hundred bucks on this one.
Bought an Elite zi treadmill, with extended warranty in January last year. At 15 months old, the base plate cracked completely down the middle, damaging the belt. I'm 215 pounds, hardly excessive and it is used for c. 6 hours a week.
Called UTS, placed and order for replacements, was told it should be about a week - great. Called again after two weeks, was then told parts were on back-order (wasn't told that the first time), but that they should arrive late last week. Called again today...still on back order from Nordictrack. Rang Nordictrack and was told that they were on order with the supplier.
Bottom line, still have no treadmill, multiple non-effective "customer service" calls. Only possible conclusions:
1. lots of base plates crack so they ran out;
2. no inventory;
Either way, completely unsatisfied.
On February 27, 2010, I purchased a Nordic Track treadmill from Sears in Jacksonville, AR. From reviews, Nordic Track was rated top of the market. After testing several models I selected the T9 ci model. I paid $999 plus tax for the treadmill. I also paid $199 for installation and $275 for the 5 year extended warranty.
I was very excited about my purchase. Sears scheduled delivery and informed me that Nordic Track would be calling to set up an installation appointment. After a week, I still did not hear from anyone. I called customer service. After several calls to customer service across a three day span, finally a tech contacted me to set up installation.
It took the tech 5 hours to install the treadmill. The reviews on your website state customers were able to put it together in 2 or 3 hours. The tech said the wire was not long enough but he would make it work. The heart rate mechanism would not work correctly. The belt stopped working on day 3. I calledcustomer service on March 13. After following the troubleshooting instructions, the customer service rep instructed me to follow the steps to remove the motor cover. After the cover was removed, to call back and get more help.
I informed the rep that I paid 199 to have it installed. Also, why would I go through the trouble of removing the cover only to call back and be placed on hold again? I asked the rep if his time was more valuable then mine, a customer. He told me he was not allowed to stay on the phone long with customers. I insisted on a repair appointment. For 199, I should not have to remove any covers or try to fix any wiring issues.
I was told that a tech would call within 3 to 5 business to schedule repair. Friday was the 5th business day. I begin to get considered because no one had called. I had the same problem during installation and a supervisor had to escalate the issue to get it resolved. I called customer service on March 19th and requested a supervisor. I had to argue with the customer service rep for 30 minutes. She refused to give me a supervisor. Then she put me on hold for 20 minutes and came back to inform me they were now closed and someone would call me on Monday.
I called back and got a different rep. I was then informed the call center was 24/7 but supervisors go home at 6pm. She informed me she was escalating the issue with the tech and putting in the forms to have a supervisor call me on Monday. By Monday afternoon, no one had call. I called back only to be told that the supervisors were in a meeting all day and someone would call before the night was over. Again no one called. I then calledSears. After telling my ordeal to the store manager, he offered to escalate the service call. I informed him that Nordic Track had lost me as a customer. I did not want to be stuck with a machine that I could not get serviced in the future. The treadmill will be returned to Sears for a full refund.
I wrote a review on the website and your company refused to publish it. I’m writing you this letter in hopes that you will address the issues inCustomer Service for future customers. I personally will never deal with your company again. I have also enclosed a copy of the review I submitted and the response from an online representative over a week later. Clearlycustomer service is not a high priority with your company. Your technology is at the top of the market. I felt I would get the level of service of which I paid. I was gravely disappointed.
I will try to keep this short. Purchased a Nordictrack Elliptical, product #NTEW50707.0 and received it in...
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Nordic Track is Irresponsible with its service warranty. Huge delay in getting service (have not yet received), rude customer service. They take you money for the warranty but don't want to follow through on providing the service. Rating should not be "Please Improve" because I feel no need to be civil with this company after the treatment I have received.
I got a Nordic Track Treadmill from Sears and bought an Extended Service Warranty, which is serviced by UTS. This has been the most annoying and unhelpful company ever in getting service on a warranty.
I called over a month ago, and had the hassle of not being recognized in their system even though I was looking at the receipt with my warranty information on it. After that was figured out no thanks to them, I scheduled service. They wanted me to give them the details of what was wrong and then diagnose it over the phone without ever having seen it. Then, they would ship out the parts, which were on back order and took half a month to get to my house. AFTER that, I was expected to call the local sub-contractor to get service. The local sub-contractor came in the beginning of October and realized they had diagnosed the wrong thing and ordered more parts from UTS. That was in the beginning of the month. It is now almost the end of the month and I have yet to receive three parts that are needed. This is over a month since I first reported the problem
I have been very persistent in following up, and have received rude or flaky customer "service" every time. They would tell me parts shipped that day when in fact they had not. They would give me no ETA for when they could ship those parts. In fact, one woman would not hand me over to her supervisor after I told her I wanted to speak with them about the fact that it was over a month. She had the gall to tell me I should cancel my plan.
They take your money and run. Nordic Track and Sears, both of whom I used to respect, should be ashamed of handing its warranty plan over to such an irresponsible corporation.
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