Apollo, Pennsylvania
17 comments

I hate going to Walmart. Most of the workers are idiots. Today just proved my point. After waiting for eternity in line because that

cashier was way too slow, my order was finally rung up. I waited till the cashier was completely done ringing up the order (I do this

to make sure I am not being overcharged). Then I swiped my credit card. I had told the cashier I only wanted to do $100 off my credit

card, and the rest was to be done with cash. He had the gall to tell me that it was too late. That he had already pressed the credit

key. That he couldn't back out of credit. I demand that he stop the order since I couldn't put the full amount on the card. I told the

*** to get a manager if he was too *** to figure it out. The manager was dumber than a sack of bricks. She told me there was

nothing they could do. I said fine. Whatever. I knew I had overdrawn my account. All because of a *** Walmart workers. I definately

won't be back.

Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Cashier.

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Anonymous
#376671

I hate standing behind *** like yourself with 50 forms of payment. Some should post a complaint about dip***** that do that ****.

Anonymous
#374756

My advice is next time pay the cashier the CASH portion first, then the remaining balance will be what you want on your card. A lot of walmart employees simply do not have the capacity to learn or the capacity to give a care. Most of them hate their jobs and they don't like much either.

Anonymous
#374749

I even had a a cashier that couldnt keep her hands off my baby, would Stop touching her face and hair. She didnt ask me or anything, just came around the counter and lifted the blanket off of her and started waking her up and touching her.

I kindly said, I wanted her to sleep...shes cranky, and the lady said...."but shes so cute" and just smiled at me...went back around the counter and finished my transaction.

Handed me my change, and came back around and touched my babys face again. I was never mean to her.....

Anonymous
#374747

If you guys read a little Closer.... You would see that she or he did tell the cashier to split it.

"I had....told.... The.....

" it doesnt matter If your a Walmart cashier or not....even If the customer is wrong, which sí think this one is just not patient, customers are always right...right? Some cashiers are awesome, friendly, and some are stuck up *** rude and no cc.

Anonymous
#373530

I work at walmart as a Cashier some of the time and the customer should tell the Cashier how much goes on what and how they want to split it, and Second of all Maybe your *** should get a JOB instead, Was that credit card even yours or was it your daddys considering if you don't have a job how are you going to pay the credit card you *** spoiled little ***! I have had it with People insulting Walmart Associates over *** *** grow the *** up and get over it!

sohurt
#373476

*** Workers

Anonymous

Wrote:

Then I swiped my credit card,.

I had told the cashier I only wanted to do $100 off my credit card, and the rest was to be done with cash.

Then you wrote:

when I swipped the card, the retard should have asked me how much I wanted to pay on credit.

Well,why should the cashier ask you if you had already told him?????

Your just a child.

Your name calling in post show it.

Anonymous
#373202

This is in response to Ablaze3. So Walmart should have to pay for a customer's stupidy? I guess people shouldn't have to take responsibility for their own actions anymore.

cohena2
#373125

Even a small minded simpleton such as yourself should know that maybe you should tell the cashier how much you want taken off of your card before swiping it. But then again not everyone was born with common sense and you seem to be living proof. Lighten up on the cashier for YOUR mistake.

cohena2
#373123

Even a small minded simpleton such as yourself should know that maybe you should tell the cashier how much you want taken off of your card. But then again not everyone was born with common sense and you seem to be living proof. Lighten up on the cashier for YOUR mistake.

Anonymous
#373034

Its your job as a consumer to tell the cashier how much you want off. THEY ARENT *** MIND READERS!

Also they can only go as fast as the computer/ and customers allow them to. You have no idea how slow registers and certain customers can be. Instead of complaining about *** *** take a step back and think about being in their shoes.

Chances are you have NO clue what its like to be a cashier or even work for walmart. Get a life !

nikalseyn
#372805

Actually, just think how bad the service would be in WalMart if they actually were unionized??? Absolutely NOTHING would get done, with the union thugs sleeping, stealing and sexting all day instead of working for their wages----sort of like it is in the auto plants.

Ablaze3
#372709

ps ...the untrained part is that the manager and the cashier have obviously not trained in customer service the way my employees are.

Ablaze3
#372707

Thats what you get with non-union companies...an untrained labor force. Instead of skilled labor.

In union stores, we train our employees to help the customer in any way we can. So although you should have advised the cashier before swiping that you wanted to partially pay by charge...in my store, we would have offered to refund the card asap and if any overdraft charges would have been incurred, we would reimburse those to you. It's called keeping a customer base and building customer loyalty. in this economy, I'd rather pay someone 33 bucks for an o/d charge and have them keep spending hundreds in my store, than lose their business.

plus they're going to share their experience about how well they were treated with others. avoid non union work forces and these corporate giants like wal mart.

1gregnelson
#372681

I HONESTLY DID NOT KNOW THAT WAL-MART WAS THIS BAD UNTIL I WAS HIT IN THE HEAD WHILE SHOPPING AT THE RETAIL STORE BY AN EX ASSOCIATE .

Anonymous
#372667

We would have to enter $100 first, then hit the eft button once and then you would swipe your card.

Anonymous
#372634

Once the cashier presses the credit card key, its going thru and too *** late to cancel! Let me guess, you swiped your card, then told the cashier to only charge $100, right??

You tell thewm first! Oncve it starts going thru, it cant be stopped, god i *** hate *** people like you!

Anonymous
#372584

THEN STOP SHOPPING THERE, FRIGGIN GENIUS!