I strongly suggest before you enter this store, that if you intend on selling or getting appraisal do the following.
1. Do a little bit of research on your item
2. Document and even photograph your item as proof of your ownership
3. Consider Ebay or anything before this place
When I entered this store I had several UNCIRCULATED $1 & $2 from 1930-1960. One of them was a mint Hawaii dollar from 1935, already had been appraised around $100. He told me that my bills weren't worth anything. As I was putting my bills away, he takes one from the cluttered table and walks to back with it. I confront him exclaiming, ""Excuse, I'm not sure but I believe that bill was mine."" He immediately berates with insults, some quite offensive. I say, ""There is no reason to act like this. Is there a way we can figure this out?"" I point out to him that there are numerous sign stated that I was on camera. He tells me that, ""If you have a problem with me then come behind the counter and see what happens."" I am not a small person, and a more than half his age the younger. Long story short the cops come and because I hadn't originally documented my 40+ bills there is nothing I can do but small claims court, which was more effort than I was willing you use. This is the first review I have ever written for I never have this sort of problem. Do not be a victim as I was, and skip this disturbed man's scattered remains of a store...
Cons: Insulting, aggresive, unfair