Customers outraged over T. Carlton Spalon closing suddenly in Smithtown

Customers of T. Carlton Spalon in Smithtown say they are angry after the store closed without notice. News 12 Long Island went to the hair

Customers say they have gift cards and pre-paid services and are wondering if they will get their money back.

Customers say they have gift cards and pre-paid services and are wondering if they will get their money back. (8/2/13)

SMITHTOWN - Customers of T. Carlton Spalon in Smithtown say they are angry after the store closed without notice.

News 12 Long Island went to the hair studio and day spa, which posted a notice on the door that reads, “Sorry we are closed, we are going out of business.”

Customers say they have gift cards and pre-paid services and are wondering if they will get their money back.

The owner spoke to News 12 and said they closed suddenly for personal reasons.

A bride and her mom showed up at the salon and were given their money back. However, other customers that did have gift cards were not handed out cash.

The owner tells News 12 he is going to handle the situation.
 

More on this topic

Salon Closing

Three Suffolk salons are willing to honor client's gift cards.

Meridian Salon

6001 Jericho Turnpike, Commack

 

Bobby Dee's

591 Nesconset Hwy.,  Hauppague

Salon Dee La Rosa
Owner Donna Whiting said they will also be honoring T. Carlton's Gift Certificates.
532 Route 25a 3, Saint James • 
 

Meridian Salon

Meridian Salon : 631-499-1609 Bobby Dee's : 631-366-3988 Salon Dee La Rosa : 631-862-6660

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