- Report: #487953
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Complaint Review: WALMART SUPERCENTERS
WALMART SUPERCENTERSI40 East amarillo, Texas United States of America
WALMART SUPERCENTERS Supercenter Blood Borne pathogens, Klamidia, food stuffs. Amarillo, Texas
*Consumer Comment: Gross
*Author of original report: Save a little on a laptop.
*UPDATE Employee: To trucker...
*Author of original report: Walmarts Thanx You for reporting this problem.
*Consumer Comment: Cruces Nomad, make sure to 'Google' this- WALMART WANTS YOU DEAD, and watch that video on the web, okay?
*UPDATE Employee: policy
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During a recent visit to a Amarillo, Texas Walmart, my wife and was stopped around 8am in the morning and had our bags searched for our safety.
The young girl had a wadding of cotton swabs you would pack a wound with, and it was blood soaked. She was more than happy to pull an edge up and show us a recent wound that should have seen a doctor.
I had deli items, vegitables and fruits, and can goods in my bags.
I retruned to the service desk and got a refund. The manager was unavailbe to speak with me. The Home office took a report, but did not get back to me.
I couldnt help but wonder, did they put those groceries back on the shelf?
I have a problem with people mishandling food. Stores should not let anyone put thier hands into your food.
To this day I do not buy groceries from Walmart.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/31/2009 05:02 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/WALMART-SUPERCENTERS/amarillo-Texas-/WALMART-SUPERCENTERS-Supercenter-Blood-Borne-pathogens-Klamidia-food-stuffs-Amarillo-T-487953. 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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