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I would be willing to bet the majority of those that complain about customer service anywhere bring it upon themselves by presenting themselves as an A-hole to begin with.
Like they say, we only get one chance to make a first impression, good or bad, and will be responded to accordingly.
Got to love that first photo though. If I was at a service desk looking at that line I would quit on the spot!
I do have to admit that on our rare stops at a suburban Wal-Mart where most of the customers are in their pajamas or look like prostitutes, we never buy anything that could possibly cause us to have to return, especially after dark.
Of course I only patronize at 3am (and only if I truly, truly have to go. Walmart on the weekends?....Hell on Earth).
I think you are blatantly wrong on this one. You have a problem with a purchase you take it back and they give you your money back, no if and or buts. So give me a break you messed up on this one. And in small town America it is Walmart that gives us a chance to buy stuff we would not otherwise have available.
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