- Report: #83005
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Complaint Review: WALMART TIRE AND LUBE
WALMART TIRE AND LUBEMULBERRY AVE SELMER, Tennessee U.S.A.
WALMART TIRE AND LUBE RIPOFF! They sold me defective tires and wouldn't take responsibility for their blunder. Selmer Tennessee
*UPDATE Employee: Tire Pressure??
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Around 3 months later, I noticed a shake in my car. Turns out the tires had defects (2 of the tires). They had wire coming out of them straight out of the center of the tire.I took my car back to Walmart. The tire and lube manager looked at them (his name was Randy) and told me it was my fault and not theirs, that my car was out of line. I showed them the reciept of where my car had been fully aligned only three months earlier, the day I purchased the tires to be exact. Stll nothing.
I complained again and he said he would do me a big favor and give me 20.00 off a new set of tires. That was the craziest thing I've ever heard. 3 month old tires with wire hanging out of the center of them, and its my fault. I don't think so. Needless to say, myself nor my family will ever buy tires from them again. Walmart is notorious for claiming to stand by what they sell. In this case, they certainly struck out.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/06/2004 02:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/WALMART-TIRE-AND-LUBE/SELMER-Tennessee-38375/WALMART-TIRE-AND-LUBE-RIPOFF-They-sold-me-defective-tires-and-wouldnt-take-responsibilit-83005. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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