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Top 25 Letters
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  1. Show ID to buy beer
  2. After more than 30 years shopping at Wal-Mart.....I'm done. Never again.
  3. non service dogs
  4. Continual disappointment with stocking proceedures.
  5. No ID no food? WTF does being older than 21 have to do with buying food?
  6. Walmart Pharmacy doesn't care about customers
  7. Walmart's so-called alcohol policy
  8. Stop Ripping Off Low Income Families, Walmart
  9. Bring Back the Layaway Program, Walmart
  10. Discrmination policy
  11. employee friendless
  12. Walmart Closed Early and Ruined Christmas Dinner
  13. Sick WalMart employee with severely poor hygiene
  14. No more layaway at Wal-Mart
  16. Thanks for Making a Cake for Adolf Hitler Campbell, Walmart
  17. Christmas tree lights on pre lit tree do not work after only one Christmas season use
  18. Walmart's ridiculous sales policy
  19. Injured in Walmart & treated like I was to blame!
  20. 21 year old furious with Wal-Mart
  21. At Least Thank Me In English, Walmart!
  22. Undocumented Polices and unethical return policy at Walmart
  23. Firing over Facebook post
  24. Pornography on Pandgital Reader
  25. Walmart is anti-christian in its advertising.

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702 SW 8th St.
Bentonville, Arkansas

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PlanetFeedback Assessment
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Wal-Mart Stores is an irresistible (or at least unavoidable) retail force that has yet to meet any immovable objects. Bigger than Europe's Carrefour, Tesco, and Metro AG combined, it is the world's #1 retailer, with about 6,775 stores, including some 1,075 discount stores, 2,250 combination discount and grocery stores (Wal-Mart Supercenters in the US and ASDA in the UK), and 580 warehouse stores (SAM'S CLUB). About 60% of its stores are in the US, but Wal-Mart is expanding internationally; it is the #1 retailer in Canada and Mexico. It also owns a 95% stake in Japanese retailer SEIYU. Wal-Mart also has operations in Asia, Europe, and South America. Founder Sam Walton's heirs own about 40% of Wal-Mart.

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» Billing/Payment: 4.52%
» Bug/Glitch: 0.74%
» Delivery: 2.68%
» Email Customer Service: 2.49%
» Exchanges/Returns: 8.95%
» Other: 24.82%
» Overall Experience: 35.33%
» Phone Customer Service: 2.03%
» Price/Value: 5.26%
» Privacy: 0.65%
» Selection/Availability: 10.7%
» Site Content: 0.09%
» Site Navigation: 0.28%
» User Friendliness: 1.48%

Last 5 Letters
Here is a list of last 5 letters for this company.
Thank you Walmart for reminding me why I shop at Target
by cassaundra r. of albuquerque, New Mexico written to Walmart Posted Fri September 12, 2014 11:06 am
4 replies, Last Updated: Mon September 15, 2014 8:24 am

Thank you Walmart for reminding me why I shop at Target. I recently tried to make a purchase via Walmart.com for 5 video games. I placed my order online because I am well aware of Walmart's policy about not price matching Walmart.com prices in Walmart stores.

I went to pick up my order and I was advised that my online order was not listed under my name. Although I had corrected the first...

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Show ID to buy beer
by David G. of Atlanta, Georgia written to Walmart Posted Sat August 23, 2014 12:18 pm
13 replies, Last Updated: Sun September 7, 2014 6:47 pm

I am required to show my ID to buy beer at Walmart. Really? Bars and restaurants haven't checked my ID in decades. Their employees know the difference between 21 and 50.

Hire clerks that know a 21 from a 50 year old. I like Walmart but you will lose my business if this continues. There are plenty of supermarkets here that do not ask for ID.

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Continual disappointment with stocking proceedures.
by Joyce R. of Barstow, California written to Walmart Posted Sun August 10, 2014 5:48 pm
7 replies, Last Updated: Thu August 21, 2014 5:37 pm

7 days ago I checked the amount of Wild Bird Block food. There were 3 left on a pallet clear back to the wall, this would require a customer to get on knees to reach the product. Today, I checked and the pallet is empty. On a rack above head level was an entire pallet of this product, it was there 7 days ago also. I wanted to purchase two of the blocks today and asked an associate to help obtain...

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Poor customer service
by Janet C. of Howell, New Jersey written to Walmart Posted Wed July 30, 2014 4:15 pm
2 replies, Last Updated: Thu July 31, 2014 4:10 pm

I am thoroughly disgusted with Walmart. I went to the local Walmart to purchase three of a particular item a friend had mentioned was available in the store. I thought it would be easy to run in, pick up the items and be on my way in a matter of minutes. Little did I know that I would spend an hour and a half fruitlessly searching the aisles for the item. I asked a sales associate for assistance...

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Poor Customer Service Protocol
by Lynnette H. of Youngstown, Ohio written to Walmart Posted Sun July 13, 2014 5:16 pm
2 replies, Last Updated: Mon July 14, 2014 10:55 pm

I am retired. I do house painting to supplement my income. I went to the paint department to purchase paint at your Austintown OH store on today July 13 around 9:30 am. The area was unmanned so I sought out a manager to get assistance to purchase a five gallon paint and to have it shaken. The manager indicated he was going to get someone to assist me. I waited 25 minutes and no one every...

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