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I do not no your policies on helping others but would like to, I am a 57 year old disabled female.Today my car broke down in the parking lot of your store on Fayetteville Road in Garner N.C.

It would not go into gear. I asked 5 of your employees for someone to help me, I bought transmission fluid I just wanted to no where to put it or how to check it, 30 degrees outside I could not even get any male to even open the hood. I felt like a fool standing there until a customer opened the hood for me. I make a trip 4-5 times a week to shop with you.All my grocery shopping.$2500 in medicines a month.

I pass by two stores and a Rite aid to come to Walmart.

Now I am wondering why?Please explain

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Anonymous
#408094

While you might feel as if Wal-Mart wouldnt help but truly that is not thier job. If they were to touch your car and something happened they would be liable and Wal-Mart is not going to allow that to happen. Its more likly to have another customer help but bottom line is call AAA or someone you know for help

flyod
#404083

My observation is that most Walmart employees are to dumb to know how to open the hood on anything other than a tricycle.

Anonymous
#404078

no vs. know

you obviously weren't doing great before this happened either.

Anonymous
#402991

So you would like Wal-Mart employees to not only be trained in auto mechanics, but to give you free service as well?

Call a tow truck and have your vehicle towed to an auto repair shop. Wow, that was difficult.

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