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"Walmart site to store is really, really bad!!!! I ordered a pool and it was marked being in the store. When I got there it wasn't in stock. They canceled the order with out asking if I wanted it shipped to the store. Not to mention now my money is being held up in pending charges. Now I can't even get another pool until my funds are released. I will never do site to store with them agian. Im not a fan of walmart in the first place so I highly doubt I even shop there anymore. The lady at the customer service desk was rude, but she prob learned it from their headquarters because they were just as rude. I only wanted my money released, or a pool around the same price."
"Ordering process was easy and the price was unbeatable!"
"FAST SHIPPING, ALWAYS GOOD DEALS!"
"There were no problems with my order, but I realized after placing my order that my connection to the page at the checkout was "partially encrypted". What's up with that?"
"I ordered one single DVD that was in stock on walmart.com and chose to have it shipped to my nearest store. I got a confirmation 2 days later and it said the DVD will arrive in 11 days at the store... Seriously, it takes 11 days to ship a single DVD to a Walmart store!?"
"I had ordered a few household products via the website and they were damaged in transit via fedex. The package had an exception, and was sent back to walmart. It wasn't until 3 days after the exception when I contacted customer service that they actually issued a replacement. Most reputable companies would at least expedite the shipping, but walmart instead sent it a SLOWER method (Newgistics to USPS) in 2 separate packages. It looks THREE weeks for me to receive my package from the date I ordered.Will not be ordering again."
"My daughter and I kept trying to take our car to get the oil changed and tires rotated and balanced at the Walmart in Hattiesburg on Hwy 98. Men who came in after us were served before us. This was happening to both of us and a continuous basis. I don't know about my daughter but they kept trying to charge me more than they were supposed to. I bought the tires there. I had the paper work. It would take us several hours to get our oil changed. We finally started complaining to each other about it. She decided she wasn't going back. It's right around the corner for me and I have free tire rotation and balance. I took my car one more time. Tom treated me horribly. He would not wait on me. When he finally did wait on me, he told me to take my car to the wrong place. Another guy had to tell me I was in the wrong place. He was so rude to me. I took my car to another Walmart. I realized the Walmart on Hwy 98 had kept my paperwork the last time I had been there. (keep in the glove compartment) I had to pay more because of that. I called customer service to complain. I emailed. I even called the manager. I never got an apology or anything. All I can say, if you are a woman, don't get your car serviced at the Walmart in Hattiesburg on Hwy 98. Tom will probably not have the oil changed, or battery replaced, or whatever you are paying for done and you will have to wait for men to be serviced first.I'm not sure about the date."
"Sometimes you can find the same item cheaper on their website. They have cheap shipping rates but takes quite some time. They offer free store pick up option that also takes really long. Overall 3 stars."
"Ordered Canopy Suit hangers from Walmart, using their Ship to Site (FedEx) option. Received them very quickly, very well packaged (two boxes), and everything went so smoothly. Will definitely continue using this free shipping option. Hangers are great too!"
"I found the best tires for the best price on Walmart.com. Ordered on line and had them shipped to my local store. They notified me via e-mail and went to pick them up. Had already paid for them on line and no shipping was charged. They were exactly what I had ordered and had no problem getting them. Very smooth. Highly recommend Walmart.com. Thanks for the easy purchase. I had compared prices at various local stores and on line and they beat them all."
"In late December 2011, I purchased a king-size Spa Sensations 8" memory foam mattress from Walmart at the bargain price of $245 (it's now $269 – a 10% "roll UP"; they only tell you about the "roll backs", not the "roll ups"). I wrote a comprehensive review of the mattress after I'd slept on it for 3 weeks, and again after 2 months, both of which were mostly positive, primarily because it's the most comfortable mattress I've ever slept on. But here's the strange thing: Before I purchased the mattress, I read many of the reviews, of which there were over 1,000. My first review was for a short time one of the 1,000+. When I went to write the 2nd review, I noticed that Walmart had zapped ALL the previous reviews. On the date I'm writing this RR review, there are only 7 reviews of this mattress on Walmart's site. I wrote and submitted another one. It's not there.The question is why? I think I know the answer, and it's worrisome. While I love the comfort of the mattress, it has off-gassed (put off gaseous components, primarily isocyanates, the major component of all urethane foams) from day 1. It was, of course, stronger after the mattress was initially expanded (they are shipped compacted), but is still evident 2+ months later. Since I have allergies to some substances, I reacted to the gases in the form of vertigo at night and dizziness spells during the day. Other purchasers of foam mattresses for all sources have reported the same thing (Google "foam mattress off-gassing"). I mentioned this in the first review. . . but after 2 months, the vertigo/dizziness are no longer a problem, because the off-gassing has diminished and/or my tolerance for the gases has increased - a fact that I mentioned in the 2nd review. Walmart apparently took umbrage at the "off-gassing" comments and not only zapped my reviews, but will not allow me to submit additional reviews, despite the review page saying my review was submitted.So, it appears that one cannot trust the reviews on Walmart, because they are suppressing reviews that contain ANY negative information. Caveat emptor!!!"
"very good tricycle, my son is now 18 months old, he just love thomas and friends, so we bought this thomas and friend tricycle. though he cant reach his legs to pedal still, he just sits on it and pushes it with his legs. it is very light weighted and easy for kids to lift it. storage space is also nice in it"
"Don't listen to their Electronics staff when they tell you 1) something WILL work on your computer; 2) you can return OPENED computer software. In fact, don't listen to them at all. I spent $119 on a Windows 7 upgrade that did not work on my computer, and they would not refund my money. Their posted return policy does NOT state that you can not return opened COMPUTER software (it says VIDEO GAME software). I protested and they gave me store credit."
"prices are decent, but definitely can be sourced cheaper elsewhere. Their convenience is the only reason i shop there. "
"On December 22 I headed to work in my 2004 Honda Accord. Less than one block from home, the car started jerking and the Check Engine Light starting flashing. I immediately turned around and parked in the garage. Thursday was the big meeting day at work and being absent was not ideal. However, this was serious car trouble so I emailed my supervisor telling him I was taking the day off.I knew from experiencing previous Check Engine Lights, although this was the first time the light flashed, that an On-Board Diagnosis (OBD) code reader would help diagnosis the problem. I also knew that Auto Zone and Advanced Auto Parts have code readers customers can use for free, so I called the local stores to check availability. They had OBD code readers, but they wouldn’t let me take one home. Instead, I would have to drive my car to the store and use the device in the parking lot. My car couldn’t be driven, so using one of their diagnostic tools was not an option. I remember while living in Springfield, Oregon, that O’Reilly’s auto stores let me take a code reader home, but there were no O’Reilly’s close to Dumfries, Virginia. I checked Wal-Mart’s website and they had an Equus 3100 Innova CanOBD2 Diagnostic Tool for $80. I used the site’s “check store availability” feature and the item was in stock at a local Wal-Mart.I went to the Dumfries, Viriginia, Wal-Mart and found the Equus 3100 OBD tool priced at $98. I took the item to a check out counter and explained to the Associate that the item was $80 on Wal-Mart’s website. The Associate called for a Customer Service Manager (CSM) to authorize a price reduction. CSM Matt arrived at the counter and told me that Wal-Mart stores do not match Wal-Mart online prices because of shipping charges and other costs. However, he said he would make an exception this time and authorized the lower price. I thanked him and recognized this situation as an example of great customer service.On my way home from Wal-Mart I wondered if I could have purchased the OBD code reader online for $80 and picked it up at the store. At home, I checked the store’s site and on the webpage for the Equus 3100 Innova CanOBD2 Diagnostic Tool was posted, “Free store pickup today in Dumfries—order online now.” While I applaud the intentions of Wal-Mart’s CSM Matt, I am disappointed that he unjustifiably lectured me and just didn’t authorize the lower price.Wal-Mart stores need to price match items on the Wal-Mart website if the items are available in the store. Perhaps they do price match their own products and CSM Matt was uninformed. Either way, I was glad to have my OBD tool. I spent the rest of the day and part of the next morning analyzing the OBD data and reading online car troubleshooting forums. I finally diagnosed the problem as a faulty ignition coil for the number two cylinder, which I replaced that day. The car runs great now!"
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