Target sells defective furniture
I purchased a very heavy dresser from Target last week.It came in a flat box.When I brought it back to my building, it was so heavy that I had to pay a porter to carry it in the house.
It was so hard to put together, that I had to pay the super $100 to assemble it. It was defective. I called Target's main branch in Minneapolis and explained. They said that I had to bring it back to the store.
That was the only option.Now I have a defective dangerous piece of furniture in my daughter's room and I am out $100 that I paid to the super