One time I went shopping at the Wal-Mart on Dell-Range in Cheyenne, Wyoming. (I don't think that there are any other Wal-Marts in Cheyenne).
I was shopping for a pair of shoes and was wearing my backpack. As I was looking over the shoes I heard a woman's voice come over the loudspeaker that said "Security To Shoes". A minute later there was this dude staring at me while I was looking over the shoes. Another dude came up to him and said "Hey Man, I thought that you were supposed to be on your break." and the dude staring at me replied 'Oh, I was, but they called me and told me to watch this guy to make sure that he didn't rip anything off." And they both looked at me and laughed.
Insulted, I got up off the chair that I was sitting on trying on the shoes and left the store. After I walked out the front doors, the same security dude was walking after me and he was laughing and laughing like he thought that the whole thing was funny. I was Outraged and Humiliated. I then did all further shoe shopping at Needs Free where they gave out free clothes to anyone who wanted them.They also gave away other stuff like books and magazines and household items that people would donate to them.
Anything that you wanted was free of charge. All that they asked was for you to sign your name in the notebook they had by the front door. They would have a raffle any time that they would get something nice and I won a Koala Bear stuffed animal that I used for a pillow for many years. I loved it.
It was the only thing that I had ever won in my life. All of the shoes at Wal-Mart were gross anyway and I ended up getting a pair free of charge at "Needs Free" in Cheyenne. I don't think that they still run the store anymore, but it was wonderful while it lasted. Also, I got alot of college books for free from there too.
it's like a got a college education in a wide number of subjects. All kinds of knowledge learned from reading and studying college books that originally were over a hundred dollars apiece. I could go inside of "Needs Free" and stuff my backpack full of stuff, just like the security people at Wal-Mart think that I am doing when no one is looking. Also, a few times when freak snowstorms suddenly arrived, I was able to dash into "Needs Free" and get goofy looking but warm outfits to wear to keep me warm on my walk home.
And let me tell you, those snowstorms would be coming down hard with that famous Cheyenne wind blowing the snow everywhere and it was difficult to walk in. Also, another time I got a free real life Christmas tree and stand from them just in time for Christmas. God Bless You Needs Free, and I wish that there was a store like yall had in every town in America.
Instead of the Greedy places like Goodwill and the Salvation Army that charge three times what something is worth.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Customer Care.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.