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Complaint 1: Outrageous, greedy prices. I can shop at the grocery store across the street and save a whole lot more money.

Complaint 2: Rude managers and associates. Unhelpful, rude people. Won't give you the time of day and act like you are in the way.

Complaint 3: Long lines. Never enough cashiers. Today there was 2 associates in my line that I recognized as cashiers at this store. They were purchasing stuff when they could have been helping out the other cashiers getting customers checked out. I asked one of them if they could check me out and they said they were on break. I can understand breaks, but not when they are busy. If they would hire more cashiers I would understand, but as long as they insist on having a few cashiers and more floor associates, then their breaks need to be limited to only one 30 minute lunch. They could also bring more floor associates up to help as well. I see most floor associates standing around and talking and doing nothing anyway.

Complaint 4: Parking. Never enough spaces.

Complaint 5: Returns. Their policies are terrible and they treat you like a thief when you try to return anything. I have all but been strip searched when I have returned things to Walmart.

Complaint 6: Sells out of date foods. Made me sick twice.

Complaint 7: Terrible vending machines out front that wants to eat your money causing you to have to go all the way back in to customer service to get your money back. A person just wants a drink or whatever as they are going out. Yet it has to be made so difficult.

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Anonymous
#515788

Are you kidding me? Walmart has the loosest return policy of any retail chain out there.

Give you gift cards at the drop of a hat. Could've been something you bought at KMart. As long as it's something you don't have, you can return it and get a gift card. Sure, they do it mostly because it's almost certainly going to be spent in their store.

But you can do three returns a month without a receipt. And they don't ask for your personal information if you have a receipt. Most stores do. Best Buy requires your ID regardless if you have a receipt or not.

Long lines? Boo hoo. This is a way of life at Walmart.

It should not be a surprise. If you don't like it, shop somewhere else.

IHateStupidCustomers
#509297

1: Walmart is cheaper than my local grocery stores, for most things. maybe your local grocery store just happens to be cheap.

2: usually customers are in the way but they never have enough people working to help anyway. I don't expect great service at Walmart because I've gotten used to it.

3: don't blame the employees for going on a break. for all you know, they have scheduled breaks or their managers tell them when to go. just be patient, not selfish. and if you work, would you want someone to take away your break?

4: are you kidding?? Walmart's usually have the biggest parking lots of any store. I feel like they're more than half the size of a mall parking lot. I mean sure, there's rarely front parking because people always go for front parking. that's just human nature. but instead of complaining that there's no parking, drive a few feet further and you'll see some parking spots farther back.

5: you could have explained a little more. chances are, you're a complicated customer when it comes to returns.

6: check dates on food. you claim that Walmart is so busy.. well that usually means that they sell most of their products so out of date products are pretty rare there with the exception of things that expire sooner like milk or meat.

7: the vending machines are typically stocked and maintenanced by outside companies like Coca-Cola and Pepsi. just so you know, Walmart doesn't own those companies.

8: don't reply to Anonymous, that sick piece of sh*t will stalk you. and make you feel like you're talking to a kid with an attention disorder.

Anonymous
#509165

Hey, Pittsburg - you should contact the very polite 10 year old from Ontario who gives Wal-Mart compliments. :eek

It sure would make you feel better about the people posting comments about Wal-Mart!!

I KNOW IT DID ME!! :grin :grin

Anonymous
#509160

Big retailers like Walmart would work their employees into the ground, if they could get away with it. Thankfully, there are labor laws that protect workers, ensuring break-times, and proper working conditions. I would cringe if Walmart employees should never have to be concerned about being forced to give up a much-needed break to service a customer.

Anonymous
#509150

"Today there was 2 associates in my line that I recognized as cashiers at this store:" Are you so FUCΚING entitled that all employees must service you whenever and where ever you say? Some states/provinces dictate when breaks must be taken.

Just because you think you are entitled doesn't mean the store can break the law. And even if its not the law in other states, the reason why these employees need breaks is so they get away from AÐ…Ð…HOLES like yourself. Working in retail is a thankless, tireless job, mainly because of entitled snobs who think they can command employees like a dog.

"Complaint 4: Parking. Never enough spaces." :roll How do you suggest that Wal-Mart makes more front parking spots, genious?

"Complaint 7: Terrible vending machines out front that wants to eat your money causing you to have to go all the way back in to customer service to get your money back.

A person just wants a drink or whatever as they are going out. Yet it has to be made so difficult." You were probably putting your dollar into the claw game machine and were trying to get that Pepsi you saw next to the teddy bear.

Anonymous
#508953

Also like Planodad said shop somewhere else, especially if this is a constant problem, and when you see the parking lot is full.

Anonymous
#508952

"They were purchasing stuff when they could have been helping out the other cashiers getting customers checked out|"

It's called being on their break, people who are not self entitled have the right to breaks. The break is required by law you know, quit acting like the world revolves around you.

"Complaint 4: Parking. Never enough spaces."

To someone old enough to drive that should be an indication that the store is packed.

"Complaint 5: Returns. Their policies are terrible and they treat you like a thief when you try to return anything. I have all but been strip searched when I have returned things to Walmart."

Never seen problems with their returns desk. Most likely you "forgot" to mention a few things such as you forgot your receipt or you had parts missing.

"Sells out of date foods. Made me sick twice."

If this happened once an adult would check the food expiry date. This fault is on both parties.

"Complaint 7: Terrible vending machines out front that wants to eat your money causing you to have to go all the way back in to customer service to get your money back. A person just wants a drink or whatever as they are going out. Yet it has to be made so difficult."

This happens to all vending machines, not their fault but the vending machine is supplied by a different company, except for their great Value one and you are pretty pathetic to go all the way back for 25 or 50 cents at the most and complain about how you had to walk back. May just be good exercise for you.

Most likely the employees were rude to you for wasting their time when you asked silly questions.

Like is this item in stock when clearly it is not.

Or asking where the bananas are in while in the electronics department instead of the grocery department. Asking silly questions which if you were not lazy you can find yourself.

PlanoDad
#508900

Please do shop at Walmart if it bothers you. Cheap prices=bad service. Want better service shop at Target !!

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