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On October 3, 2023, I wandered into a Good Feet store, looking for a basic arch support. I was given several different assessments, and they all indicated problems with my feet. I am so embarrassed by this situation. Everything moved so fast, and I made a purchase I didn't even realize what was included and really how much it was. I paid 2,466.09 for 3...

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The Good Feet Store 3 step plan inserts

The product caused extreme pain in my feet, hips, knees. I tried to return the product. They said I could only receive store credit for $1588.95. I do not wish to purchase socks, sneakers, shoes or foot massagers for that amount. I was only offered three plans and this was was the cheapest. After reviewing the website, it states that inserts cost approximately $500. I was given a hard sell and now they refuse to give me my money back

Claimed loss: $1588.95

Desired outcome: Please refund for the complete amount

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The Good Feet Store inserts

Be upfront with the cost! and be honest. If you yourself believe in your product then offer an honest refund policy and not just a worthless store credit. Your product not only did NOTHING you claimed it would, it caused worse problems that required discontinuing use of the product all together. Wish there was less than a one star rating.

Sophisticated Scam

Desired outcome: refund

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We found clear and detailed contact information for The Good Feet Store. The company provides a physical address, phone number, and 2 emails, as well as 3 social media accounts. This demonstrates a commitment to customer service and transparency, which is a positive sign for building trust with customers.

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We purchased insoles for my SO almost a year ago. He suffers from flat feet and so we wanted to find insoles to provide support. The sales rep found a particular pair and stated they would be best for him. The sales rep gave us a schedule to follow to help him acclimate to the new insoles. Additionally, we were told about their lifetime guarantee and...

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The Good Feet Store Junk

The price is outrageous for what you get. You get 3 pairs of shoe inserts for approximately $1275. 1 pair is a Strengthener, 1 pair Maintainer, and 1 pair a relaxer. They are all plastic inserts. After wearing the Strengthener for about 5 minutes I had back pain and shoulder pain. I immediately removed the insert. I ended up making 2 visits to a Chiropractor for adjustments to relieve the pain. Also, since there is only one pair of each you are constantly moving the inserts of one shoe to another. I would advise anyone from going to a Good Feet store. When you first enter and ask the price, they tell you $425.00. It’s not until they spent a half hour with you and you are about to check out that they tell you the $425 is for 1 of the three pairs of inserts you need.

Desired outcome: Good Feet doesn't offer a money back garentee so you are stuck with inserts.

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The Good Feet Store in Athens Georgia on July 11, 2023 at approx. 2:00 PM I bought 5 pairs of shoe inserts. They charged me $2743.20 for the 5 inserts. They never indicated to me how much the inserts were until check out. They also added other inserts during the sales process. I am a senior citizen and I feel that I have been taken advantage of. I...

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The Good Feet Store Underhanded sales tactics, poor quality products that worsened pain

I fell prey to the ads they run on the local radio station in St Louis (MO), coupled with the increasing foot pain I was experiencing. I wish I'd read the online reviews first, or I never would have set foot in the place. Their sales people are definitely well trained in manipulative sales techniques to take advantage of customers. I spent $2200 (that was the CHEAPEST package) for 4 pairs of plastic insert. I followed the instructions on which one to wear when, and by the third day I was in so much pain I could barely walk. It was worse than I'd ever had before going into GFS. I stopped wearing them. On top of that most of my shoes were too tight with the inserts and the footpad inserted, causing additional pain.

It's an hour drive each way for me, so there was no way I was going to be able to get back there quickly and they never told me about a 5-day policy for exchange. So my HSA has been depleted by almost $2300 for eight worthless pieces of plastic.

The corporate offices give you a call to "thank you for being a customer" but when you have a complaint, expect crickets. If there's a class action suit against them, please consider me interested in participating.

Desired outcome: They need to stop ripping people off. They need to be upfront about the costs and stop the manipulative, high-pressure sales.

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The Good Feet Store Good Feet inserts

I purchased 3 sets of inserts on March 15, 2023, after being told the inserts would solve my Achilles tendon problem. I have pain in the area of my right Achilles tendon. $1,500 is a lot of money but I was willing to pay that to be rid of my problem. I used the inserts for 6 days. Each day my condition worsened. I finally called the store, in Sarasota, FL, and told the salesman the inserts made the problem worse. He told me to come in as we have many options. I asked if he knew exactly what to do to solve my problem. He said this is a process. I replied he told me he could solve my problem. The fact is he cannot. His "process" was to just trying different inserts hoping my condition would improve. I returned all the inserts to the store.

Desired outcome: I would like my money back.

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The Good Feet Store I got cla w457 classic w457 and cfx 4 clear flex 4

I didn't like the Classic W457 for the day one when the sales associate Mitchell. tried so hard telling me I need this because it will help me.

we got understand sales pursuing is one of the beigest mistakes any company can teach their staff do and the sale person Mitchell Waage was one of them.

I told him I will give it try couldn't stand wearing that not even for 1 hours he said I should do.

I called back three days later and talked to the store manger he was nice said come back we will work with you.

I went back three days later the same associate, Mitchell Waage was there again by himself.

told him I can't and will not able to be comfortable to wear that one but like the other stuff I got.

He got extremely mad and start telling me the client you are not listening to me I am tiring to help you. WOW never heard that P S I was in leadership in banking business and if I ever would say that or my stuff did say that to client, we will not been in business.

I just want my money back for that one like the others. I spend over 1250.00

and still will pay over 800. oo lots money so as a client if I don't or can't wear something I should not stack paying 449.00 which is lot's money right?

Thank you.

Desired outcome: Just want my money back on that one that can't wear.

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The Good Feet Store No refund policy

I was charged $1500 for these when my insurance actually covers orthotics. I also went on a cruise and they had the same orthotics for $199. I called the store to complain. They said they are not the same - only on name and that their products were superior. I tried to take them back - was told no refunds. They argued with me telling me they work. I told them they didn’t and that I needed to get a different product so insurance covered it. They didn’t care that the product didn’t work nor about the price issue. This feels like a scam or at least bad business practices.

Desired outcome: Refund

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Mar 01, 2023 3:53 pm EST

Hello Disappointed Customer 42,

Good Feet prides itself on our customer experience and we want to learn more about yours. Could you please reach out to us directly so we may further assist you?

Sandy Porretta - Director of Customer Service Good Feet Worldwide

skessler@goodfeet.com

800.509.4535 ex 4078

Kind regards.

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The Good Feet Store Essential bundle

On December 27, 2022, I went to the Good Feet store on my doctor’s recommendation, because of a pain in the side of my left foot. I purchased an Essential Bundle for $1,349.85, plus sales tax of $81.00. For that, I received some analysis from a sales person, with no evidence of a medical background, three sets of arch supporters of varying degrees ($400.00 each), and three sets of foam cushions ($149.85). I carefully followed the procedure to acclimate my feet to the support inserts. After six weeks, I found no improvement, and I developed pain in my ankles. Ten days ago, I stopped using the inserts. The ankle pain has diminished, and the foot pain remains the same as before.

I tried to return the “bundle” only to find that the only possibility was store credit. The “therapy” has been unsuccessful, and I have no desire to use the product. The only alternative might be to buy their shoes for the rest of my life, but I am 76 years old and have plenty of shoes.

Why isn’t a refund available?

Desired outcome: REfund

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The Good Feet Store Custom inserts

I went to the Leesburg, VA good feet store for the free foot analysis on January 31, 2023. The associate listened to my concerns, then measured my balance and other items. She took an imprint of both my feet and disappeared to a back room. She came out with a box that had three pairs of plastic foot inserts. She had me try each one, then walk around. She then went into her sales pitch and I told her I couldn't afford it. She left and told an associate who came back to have me apply for care credit. I was declined on the spot... That should have been a sign.

Then he mentioned something called Snap, which is a rent to own service. I came to find out later they deduct $300 a month from my account for their fee... Or I could do it weekly. I contacted the company and said, please cancel the service, I can't afford it. Supposedly they are helping me. I got ready to return them and noticed the fine print says unreturnable... So now I'm out over $1000... If only I read these reviews before.
I read something about a lawsuit... I'd like to participate

Desired outcome: My snap account closed and the agreement cancelled

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The Good Feet Store False and miscommunication on sales person

12/29/2022 I was fitted for insoles and their shoes. I was diagnosed with Mortons Neuroma. Yes, she pressed me into buying the product. Yes, for the first 10 min of walking in them felt great. She explained to me I'll be running and jumping with No hurt. She explain very well and clearly, I had a 90-day trial. I was very unpleased about the price, but she pursued on saying I had a 90-day trial. So, I paid 1764.48 for shoes, and 3 inserts. When I went to work the next day, they hurt my feet worse, and I cried. I never used all 3 inserts. They are still in plastic and in the box. I called the sales lady up and she advise me to bring them back and see what she could do. My drive is over 2 hours 1-way. I get there, and she says: I told you All Sales are Final. I saw another salesperson smirking, laughing out of the corner of my eye, I replied: Yes, but you also said I had a 90-day trial if I didn't like them to bring them back. I waited and of course, nothing was done. I have never been very disgusted or treated like crap after paying all my money to them. I walked out and made that 2-hour drive home.

Desired outcome: Please refund me.

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The Good Feet Store 4 shoe insert set

I went into this store in desperation because my feet were killing me. I could barely walk and still can't walk very well and I'm always limping which also makes my back pain worse. The lady in the store measured my feet and got me 4 pairs of inserts to wear. They immediately made my limp disappear and she kept repeating this over and over again. I was convinced it magically fixed my pain and I was so emotional that when she told me the price I cried for a bit. Then she said there was this wonderful payment plan I could get on so I could afford it. I was still hesitant because Holy crap that's a lot of money ($2100). But she just kept telling me how obviously it's working since I wasn't limping anymore.

Two weeks passed and my pain got worse than it was when I first went into the store. I was able to go in and get two of my inserts readjusted. I told this different lady that all of them were making my feet hurt and she seemed too busy with another customer to listen to me. She also told me that maybe I should just wear only the strengthener inserts from now on (so why did your coworker tell me I needed 3 other pairs?!)

They have an absolute no refunds policy so all I can do is go back to get them switched. It's been another week and I just feel like an idiot for wasting my money. I was desperate for the pain to go away and the worker there took advantage of that, I can't even remember how many times she literally told me "see, you feel so much better now".

My sleep is now being affected by the pain and I just wish I went to a doctor before I went here, it would have been a lot cheaper and probably would have actually helped but now I'm not sure if I can afford to see a podiatrist.

It's a big purchase and I feel like they should have let me make up my own mind about if it was actually helping or not instead of goading me into purchasing. Even when buying a car I've never been pushed so hard to buy something by a long shot.

Also the receipt doesn't even tell me how to pay the bill. So I think I'm screwed.

Desired outcome: Refund if it's even possible, also hope that others aren't swayed to buy $2k inserts just because someone is telling you you feel better and everything's fine now because for me, "fine" lasted less than a day after purchasing

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The Good Feet Store The good feet store 3 step system.

We went to the good feed store on Sunday November 6th. It was basically for my husband cause he suffers from severe pain in his sciatica and lower back and his foot started having pain. The guy in talk to my daughter in to doing her but print also when he found out she was a runner. I refused. He talked them into buying the 3 step system which came to $2890.30. He said that if there was any problems to come back. We called an hour and a 1/2 later. Tell them that it wasn't gonna work because it was causing pain for both of them that they didn't really have before. He said there's no refund I called California their corporate office. Tell me I should get a call by Wednesday well today's Wednesday so far no call we will see. My husband can't wear it he gets excruciating burning and that shouldn't be and my daughter can't wear it. Cause after we bought and he said you can't wear it for running. They don't tell you the price they didn't give an option of just buying one insert and trying it. They are dishonest and they already have an investigation going on I wish I would have known that before. We want our money back my husband couldn't go and have surgery and pay less than this money. This is disgusting and they prey on people's pain. And the receipt doesn't say anything about no refund.

Desired outcome: We want a full refund.

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The Good Feet Store Orthotics

Purchased the package of 3 inserts and the bundle that went with it.

Tried for a few months, but in the long run, my body felt worse. I tried a set of inserts a few years ago from The Good Feet Store, and they didn't work, so I took them back in hopes for better results this time around.

I tried taking them back today (beyond the "60" day period that I am very aware of) and they were no help. Waited for 15 minutes in the lobby to get a response that since it's past the 60 days, they would be happy to re-size me (not for a third time - no thanks) or possibly give me store credit. What would I do with $1500 at a store like this.

In addition, the dirty looks I got from the entire staff was "over the top". How dare me not being satisfied! I could have made a scene in the store with the other folks purchasing, but that's not me.

I really would like to return the orthotics and any other "unopened" products I was given. I do understand that I might lose a little due to the "restocking" charge.

Thanks for any help or feedback you could give.

Desired outcome: As much of a refund as I can get.

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Nov 03, 2022 5:02 pm EDT

Good Feet prides itself on our customer experience and we want to learn more about yours. May I ask which location you made your purchase from? If you would like to reach out to me directly so I can further assist you, please call 800.509.4535 ex 4078.

Kind regards,

Sandy Porretta Dir Good Feet Customer Service

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The Good Feet Store Orthotic system

Went to Silverdale WA good feet store out of desperation for my wife s back pain issue.

After spending 30 minutes with sales person, and walking on their stupid foot imprint paper, she assured us that their system would retrain our bodies to eliminate the wife's pain and correct the foot placement problem that I had, that was news to me.

Next comes the foot measurement, she said my current shoes were a size and a half to small, requiring both my wife and I to get new shoes from them.

After going to the back room to get the correct systems, she reappeared with shoes, compression socks, foam pads and the infamous arch support systems.

All told, we were charged $3100.00 for the package.

After 4 days of using the product as directed, my wife is in excruciating back pain and I now have lower back pain.

The no refund company policy is BS, especially since that was not brought up in till after transaction was finalized. I feel their sales techniques are predatory in

nature and the good feet store needs to be investigated.

Desired outcome: contract holder and merchandise returned.

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The Good Feet Store Not good at all - no refunds!!

They say I'm making a good investment, that should have been a red flag on the price tag ! I have to go out of my way to make sure they fit properly on all my shoes or get bigger shoe size for all my shoes. As it is already paid ALLOT for the "system" and be told how to live my life which is to be patient and figure out what works best for me after I spent over an hour for them to measure my feet and take blue prints and have me walk up and down the store to see how I walk ! :( . Aggrevating and frustrating for someone working 2 jobs on their feet all day and desperate for pain relief for some person to give me the stank eye like I'm lying about the insoles hurting my feet more than helping and then for her to tell me that I HAVE TO BE PATIENT ! No refunds and that was not explained to me at the beginning of the appointment, they sneakily don't tell you this on purpose until after they ring you up or try to return them. Not only that they ask you if you want the insole covers but dont mention its an extra cost. I would assume there would not be a charge since they tell you to take off the original insole from your shoe to make sure their arch support fits comfortably ! oy vey ! They upsell you a system like you have no choice to just try one , you have to get all 3 to make sure the support works ! so they charge you allot of money seperately for a plastic thing in your shoe and it wont work unless you have patience and buy 3 , you cant just buy one because it wont work. So they also sell shoes to buy if your shoes no longer fit with their arch support , so I am forced to pay for something that was not explained in full detail how the system works to begin with. Oh and even after explaining to them that I dont have the time due to 2 jobs and its hard to even have free time to do laundry , I have more than enough time in 90 days to adjust and make sure their product fits. I thought you were the Good Feet Store not a time management life coach. If you are so confident in your product that it works then why dont you have a refund policy , only exchange or gift card. Pretty sketch there. I also dont appreciate getting the stank eye from your sales rep about how to runmy life and not believing that my feet hurt with your product and trying to make me look like the [censored] for not having the patience or the knowledge on how to measure or fit my feet in shoes I already own. Your best reply to give your sales rep is to tell your customers to buy all new shoes ! that means your product isnt as good and your selling it to be and that is misleading and down right fraud. My feet should burn or feel crowded if I am already taking out the original insole from the shoe. plus I have to put the velcro thingy's in them (which adds more inches into an already tight shoe) and your telling me I Have TO BE PATIENT to have my shoe, my foot and my pain to adjust to your insole ! Of course I don't have the patience, you sell your product as if I get immediate relief from inserting it that same day ! I don't have the patience when I'm constantly in pain, and I DONT HAVE THE PATIENCE NOR THE TIME OR MONEY to cater around YOUR TIME SCHEDULE TO BE PATIENT TO YOUR PRODUCT that you sell as the answer to all my feet and posture problems! I WANT A REFUND ! , you need better training with your sales reps attitudes AND you need to be clear to all your customers as to how the system works from the get go and explain , first thing that there are no refunds if you continue with that policy. With the advances in technology I don't see how you dont already have an insole that is more affordable and able to fit in every shoe AND no need to buy 3 different types of insoles .

Desired outcome: I want a full refund on my items purchased , no I don't want store credit

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Good Feet prides itself on our customer experience and we want to learn more about yours. Could you please let us know which location it was that you made your purchase from so we can better assist you?

Kind regards,

Sandy Porretta

skessler@goodfeet.com

800.509.54535 ex 4078

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The Good Feet Store arch support

Went to store in Henderson Nevada on 8/12/22. I was having problems being on my feet all day working since my previous job for 21 yrs. with attorneys was a sitting job. She said I had flat feet and was fitted with arch support. I was surprised at the price for $920 for them but I was wanting some relieve. I should have used better judgement. I was never told no returns or refunds when she rung me out and didn't know that till I got in car and look at the receipt or I wouldn't have definitely bought them even if I thought it would help and was told she would text me in 5 days which never happened. Also was charged for 2 liners to put in the shoes. After 5 days of trying them they are now sitting in my drawer since I can't wear them it hurts my arches and my feet were burning like on fire. I only had issue on 1 foot now I have issue with other foot using them. Very dissatisfy with this product! Total price for everything was $918.

Desired outcome: Please refund and would like to mail them back since I had to drive 1 1/2 hours to get to the store.

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Thank you for posting

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Oct 02, 2022 2:09 pm EDT

I agree with your comments. I had the same experience.

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After reading other customers feedback I’m realizing I’m out a lot of money. I’m no longer confident the inserts will help correct my foot issues. I was desperate when I went to the Good Feet Store today and the woman that helped me was very convincing. I felt pressured to spend the almost $1200 because all I wanted was pain relief. She never actually said...

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Overview of The Good Feet Store customer experience

The Good Feet Store, a well-known provider of custom-fitted arch supports and foot care solutions, has faced a certain amount of criticism based on the complaints lodged on our platform. While the company is recognized for its product quality and customer service, it's important to delve into some of the issues raised by consumers to provide a balanced perspective.

One frequent area of criticism relates to the pricing of The Good Feet Store's products. Several consumers have expressed concerns about the cost of the arch supports, citing that they are higher priced compared to similar products on the market. These consumers feel that the price may not always correlate with the value received, particularly when factoring in the lifespan of the product.

Another point of contention that has surfaced in complaints is about the company's return policy. A number of consumers have expressed dissatisfaction about not being able to return or exchange the arch supports once they have been used. They argue that the effectiveness of the product can only be assessed after it has been used for a while, making this policy inconvenient for them.

There have also been a handful of complaints regarding product effectiveness. Some customers have reported that the arch supports didn't provide the relief they expected or led to other discomforts. While these complaints are less frequent, they underline the individual nature of foot care solutions and the importance of personalized fittings.

However, it's important to acknowledge The Good Feet Store's commitment to addressing these issues. The company takes customer complaints seriously and makes tangible efforts to resolve them. They have a dedicated customer service team in place that engages with unsatisfied customers, trying to find a solution that works for all parties.

The Good Feet Store's efforts to enhance its customer service and continue improving its product line suggest their ongoing dedication to customer satisfaction. While the company does face certain criticisms, their efforts to understand these issues and act upon them are noteworthy. This customer-centric approach is a testament to The Good Feet Store's commitment to their customers and their foot health.

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Is The Good Feet Store a legitimate business?

Absolutely, The Good Feet Store is a legitimate business with over two decades of experience in the foot care industry.

Where is The Good Feet Store located?

The Good Feet Store has numerous locations across the United States. It's best to visit their official website to find the store nearest to you.

Does The Good Feet Store have trained specialists?

Yes, The Good Feet Store employs trained specialists who perform one-on-one consultations and recommend the most suitable products based on individual foot-related concerns.

Are the arch supports from The Good Feet Store medically approved?

While the arch supports from The Good Feet Store are designed to enhance foot comfort and relieve pain, they are wellness products and not medical devices.

Do the products from The Good Feet Store really work?

Many customers report experiencing relief from foot discomfort and improvement in balance and overall mobility after using The Good Feet Store's products. However, as with all wellness products, results can vary from person to person.

What is The Good Feet Store's return policy?

The return policy at The Good Feet Store may vary depending on the specific product and store location. It's recommended to check with the individual store for their exact return policy.

Do they offer warranties on their products at The Good Feet Store?

Yes, The Good Feet Store typically offers warranties on their products, although the terms and conditions can vary by product and store location.

Are the arch supports from The Good Feet Store custom-made?

Yes, the arch supports offered by The Good Feet Store are custom-fitted based on the customer's unique foot structure, stride, and footwear type.

How does The Good Feet Store ensure customer satisfaction?

The Good Feet Store offers personalized service, quality products, and has a dedicated customer service team to address any issues or concerns that customers may have.

Is it safe to provide my personal information to The Good Feet Store?

As a reputable business, The Good Feet Store follows appropriate security measures to protect your personal information. However, always ensure you're on their official website before entering any personal details.

What are the common complaints about The Good Feet Store?

Some common complaints about The Good Feet Store include high product prices and dissatisfaction with the return policy. However, the company makes consistent efforts to address and resolve these issues.

Can The Good Feet Store arch supports help with specific conditions like plantar fasciitis or flat feet?

Many customers with conditions like plantar fasciitis and flat feet have reported relief after using The Good Feet Store's products. However, individual results may vary and it's always recommended to consult a healthcare professional for serious foot conditions.

Does The Good Feet Store sell footwear in addition to arch supports?

Yes, The Good Feet Store sells comfort shoes from leading brands, designed to complement their arch supports and offer holistic foot care solutions.

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The Good Feet Store contacts

Phone number

+1 (800) 509-4535

Website

www.goodfeet.com

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