The amount of resentment towards disabled people is astounding in the commentary here and in the real world experience. Seniors, people with arthritis, carpal tunnel, Fibromyalgia etc etc.
have a right to ask for a simple courtesy, without threats, rudeness, and unsavory criticisms. Service people's arrogance or/& lack of thoughtfulness speaks of immaturity and ignorance much more loudly than any frustrated customer asking help to meet a genuine need. If you really want to give good customer service, empathy would be in order. However, in our narcissistic society, that is apparently too much to ask because I have run into the same type of rudeness from pharm techs.
So, I suggest for those who do not want to offer great customer service, Find Another Job ! **Thank you for the critique of bottles that no longer service the customer's needs. I'll go elsewhere. King Soopers or Krogers is just as bad, by the way.
Of late Nov 2017, their bottles are junky/cheap and the snap tops are ridiculous. Once a consumer turns the child proof cap over and snap the other side into the bottle, it has two problems. 1) Easily unsnaps so potentially, the pills fall all over the ground 2) Consumers with many scripts can no longer write on the top of the bottle what the medications are (long time strategy for nurses).
so they have to pick up each bottle and read the tiny print. Good luck on your search for better service.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Customer Care.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.