posted on May, 29 2009 @ 02:04 PM
The real way to complain is to simply look on the customer service wall for the manager's name and the regional manager's name. Contact them
directly (state it's a store to store call, or use an actual letter). Complaints in writing often carry more weight.
As for the lack of service, that's industry-wide in all grocery stores and large retail stores. Seems that today's service folks just aren't either
trained, or refuse to accept, the importance of customer service. That's why I try to support small businesses whenever possible. (and if they fail
to deliver service, I have no problem letting them know that service is their only asset in combatting such large entities)....
As for someone not helping you, find someone else the moment you can tell he's looking to get out (and remember the person's name and what
department they were in). A good tip in Wal-Marts is to check the manned counters such as Electronics, Sporting Goods, Hardware, to get someone to
help. (they may not be able to help directly, but they'll usually call someone they know will actually help)...
I don't look to get folks fired, but if I give them a shot at fixing it, and they then screw it up, my conscience is then clear....as I inform
management (or higher)