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2514 Main St Longmont, CO 80504
2514 Main StreetUSColoradoLongmont80504
$Department Store, Supermarket
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Shop your local Walmart for a wide selection of items in electronics, home furniture & appliances, toys, clothing, baby gear, video games, and more - helping you save money and live better.
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Chain retailer with a vast selection including groceries, apparel, home goods & electronics.- Google
"I always have to drive to safeway or something just for that!"
"They have misinformed staff in customer service, and are overall incompetent."
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Scott Converse
a week ago
This is a walmart. Average in every way. Its reasonably clean, well stocked and you can get out quickly enough to feel you havent caught anything while inside.
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Brian Perez
in the last week
Definitely a bit too crowded and not as clean and organized as the other store in town. Not the easiest please in town to get into and out of either.
Kevin Chong
a month ago
I don't know why this Walmart never thaw out there whole chicken? I couldn't never cook the chicken right after I brought it home! It's still frozen solid! I always have to drive to safeway or something just for that! So inconvenient!
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Francesca Zuccaro
a year ago
They have misinformed staff in customer service, and are overall incompetent. Following research on their website, we went here and bought a car battery, and also gave them our old battery for recycling so we would not be charged an additional $12 for not returning a battery. Upon trying to install the battery in the car, we found (through no fault of our own) they sold us the wrong battery. This is when it gets really interesting-when we brought the new battery back, they would refund us our money but would not give us our old battery back! That means if we got our money back and went elsewhere for the right battery we would be charged an additional $12-$15 for not having our old battery to recycle! Customer Service claimed they ship dead batteries (including ours) out for recycling every night so our old battery was no longer on the premises, WHICH TURNED OUT TO BE A LIE!. They also refused to give us another dead battery back to replace ours. In other words, if we went elsewhere to buy a new battery we would be charge an additional $12-$15 for not bringing back the old battery for recylcing, which Walmart was keeping! I requested the manager of the store. After waiting for this manager for 15 minutes who never showed up, I requested the assistant manager. The assistant manager said that they likely still had my battery on the premises, contradicting what customer service told me! The assistant manager did find my old battery and told us that Walmart does not ship the old batteries out every day, as customer service insisted on. Thank goodness for this assistant manager-after almost an hour of wasted time I did get my original battery back and my money refunded. To their credit, the next day I called the store manager to complain, and she quickly recognized the problem and tried to keep me as a customer. Correct response to a bad experience.
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Duke Aurum
5 months ago
As a former employee at this store, take my word for it when I say that this place is truly atrocious. I'm surprised I was even able to last more than a year over at that place. All the problems I had over there boils down to the supervisors and management being truly incompetent. The main reason why I quit in the first place involves how the front-end of the store was managed. I was a cashier during my run at the store, and the store was frequently crowded whenever I was on the clock. At first, it wasn't bad. Although it was a big workload, there were enough CSS's (think my immediate supervisors) on the floor at the time to manage things accordingly. They did make a few mistakes then, but nobody's perfect. This changed back in September of 2014. By then, most of the previous CSS's had either left the store, or transferred to different positions. Their replacements came in and it was then that everything slowly went downhill. Less and less, I would get the support I needed on the front end, and there would never be enough cashiers on duty to make up for the larger lines that resulted. Even when they did get some people over there to open a few registers, they would just leave after helping a customer or two, and then leave the remaining cashiers in the dust. Their negligence almost made me collapse three times on the front end. Everytime I talked to management regarding this issue, they always said that there were enough cashiers available, and that I was over-exaggerating things. In every occasion where I nearly collapsed, I ended up being short on breath and dehydrated. How exactly is that considered "fine"? After that disaster, I came to the realization that management there does not care about their employees in the slightest. However, this isn't the main reason why you shouldn't shop there. The supervisors and management over there don't just neglect their fellow employees, they also don't care about you, the customer. After clocking out for work one day, I went to buy an electric razor for my brother's birthday. This was also one of those days where lines were ridiculously long due to a lack of available cashiers, and some members of management actually had to come down to open a few registers (why they didn't do this more frequently, I'll never know). I went to a register with one of the managers, put the razor down on the counter, and that's when everything went wrong. The manager I dealt with didn't ask me if I found everything alright today, never demagnetized the razor's bar code (which would have resulted in the security gates dinging on my way out), never offered me the replacement plan on the item that I actually wanted, and never told me to have a good day. I would expect this sort of behavior from a cashier who just doesn't give a darn, but I expect better from management, no matter what their excuse is. But that's just one of my own experiences. MY own grandmother had a bad experience with management as well. She had filed a complaint regarding the condition of the plants over at the lawn and garden section, saying that a majority of the plants presented outside needed to be watered. It's worth noting that gardening is one of her hobbies, something she's been doing for years. She knows when a plant needs to be watered. After talking with management over the phone regarding this issue, the manager laughed at her. I really wish I were making this part up, or any of this for that matter, but I don't consider the one issue with the plants to be the worst issue I have with management or my supervisors. The biggest issue I had with them is something that is absolutely inexcusable on my supervisors part. I remember on three separate occasions, having a kid walk up to me saying that he was missing his parents. I told each kid that I needed to contact a supervisor so we call the parents down to the intercom (because I couldn't do it myself). Every time I told a supervisor, they did nothing until I told them another three times. Would you trust these people with your children?
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Mike Buist
4 months ago
Tire manager is a total jerk. Has no clue about his job or management skills. Only reason you got 1 star is because you cant rate lower lost my business
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Shane Markham
8 months ago
pretty awful customer service. ordered online, came to pick up, waited for 15 min while 6 employees passed by and did not even acknowledge me standing here. I try to ask them if anyone can help and they just walked in the back. still standing here.
Ur Afail
a year ago
I went to ask for a price check on ammo for 9MM, 30-30WIN, and .270WIN, the guy behind the counter said, "I don't know anything about guns, sorry". I replied, "Then why the hell are you behind the gun counter?" Idiot workers who should know something about the counter they're standing behind.


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