Bedding company is looking for more customers to sell to consumers
More than 100 bedding companies have opened their doors to customers in a bid to stem the tide of consumer complaints about their product.
The Bed and Breakfast of South Bend, Indiana, which offers a two-bedroom apartment, recently added a three-bedroom for $2,500 and an additional bedroom for $1,500.
The company is currently looking for a buyer for the remaining two bedrooms for $3,000.
A spokeswoman for Bed and Baths said the company is not accepting new customers for its products, including the one-bedroom for $9,000 in the Chicago suburb of Wicker Park.
But there are many Bed Bath & Beyond products on the market, which are marketed as low-cost solutions for older households, according to The Bed Bath Journal.
Some consumers have complained about the price tags on products from the company, saying the prices are too high, and the company doesn’t offer the right quality of service.
The companies said they were offering the products for free because they are “essential for seniors who need to spend time in their homes” and that they were a way for seniors to afford a quality apartment.
They said the products are affordable and can help seniors who are struggling to make ends meet, but the product is not the same as traditional, traditional bedding.
The company is offering the three-bedrooms for $7,500 a month.
The four-bedroom, which has a built-in refrigerator, is $7.75 a month, and three-and-a-half-bedroom units for $12,750 a month for both two-beds and three bedrooms.
In a statement, Bed Bath and Beyond said it was not responsible for the price or the quality of the product, adding that the products were “made to last.”
“We’ve spent years educating our customers about the benefits of our products and how they can help support their aging, disabled and/or elderly family members,” said the statement.