I went to the South bend Walmart to buy tires for my Volvo 960. The seemingly''unhappy to see me'' gilr behind the counter asked me with a cold voice the car details.She then took my keys and said'' I go to check information''.
''Wait forty five minutes to one hour...'' that was all,I had no room for questions.So I am asked to pay but decide to check the tires and I am '' the tires are all wrong...'' '' No Walmart decides what tires you get for your car...we just turned a customer away...'' then she ignores me talks to other customers then she goes... we can remove the tires if you don't like them...'' but of course I cannot even use my old tires now,they are nowhere to be seen. I had come because I needed new tires. After a long argument,I pay 152 dollars for two tires and get into an accident because the tires are wrong for my big car and the pressure is 20 on the tires!!
I report this file a claim and wait with hope for tires to be changed or be reimbursed. The Walmart insurance guy is so rude! He tells me the police said I was driving too fast for the weather so I got into an accident. I am surprised at this statement because its not true,he is a blatant liar!
I wasn't given a ticket for the accident because it wasn't my fault.
I call my sweet insurance and they console me,and pay the guy I hit.Not to be dramatic,but I would not advice anyone to buy tires from Walmart on South bend. I kept the tires anyway they still look the same,bad on my car but I have no choice.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Claim.
Monetary Loss: $152.