Is it too much to ask for the Fred Meyer Store on West 11th in Eugene, Oregon to have a bottle return area that has their machines working and to have more machines available for the huge amount of people that frequent this per day. It is also the filthiest bottle return area I have ever seen. Luckily, they have remodeled their bathrooms just recently before fixing their bottle return area. This is probably due to the fact that their employees use the bathrooms more than the bottle return area.
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PORTLAND, OREGON -- I have only shopped in Fred Myers once or twice before because I live so far away from one, but I really liked the selection, so when I was looking for a particular item (water shoes) and I was in the ... read full review8 Replies - Latest reply on 12/18/2009
Rude Sales Associate
WASHINGTON -- On Sunday we went to Fred Meyers in South hill to purchase plants, Receipt 04/19/09 10.35am 424 171 28 1054334 cashier [snip] I had a couple of coupons to use and one was 10% on plants. [snip] said she ... read full review10 Replies - Latest reply on 12/18/2009
I bought some custom fit blinds from Sears, I measured three times, researched shades online, read the descriptions three times over, settled in and finally ordered the shades, I was satisfied that I had done a good job and made a great choice. The shades show up and well, I hated them, they did however fit my windows but they look nothing like how they were displayed in the photo online and I payed $300. Sears does not return custom fit shades and would not do anything for me, I was very disappointed because if they were described how they look I would never have bought them. In there add they said they were fabric, they are however some type of mesh like plastic screen, and they offer no privacy !!!!!
Buyers beware of Sears custom fit window treatments, they never look like how they are described no matter how hard you research!!!
Terrible service...all around
TWIN FALLS, IDAHO -- I visited the Twin Falls, Idaho store on 1/9/08 and purchased (3) 2 pack light bulbs that were clearly marked for $3.99 each. Upon check out the cashier (Kelli) rung them up at $7.99 each. After I notified ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 10/30/2009
Refunds not honored
MARYSVILLE, WASHINGTON -- You cannot get a refund at the Fred Meyer stores even with a receipt and an unopened box. They insist with their " Its our policy" that they cannot. Instead they force you to purchase your so called ... read full review10 Replies - Latest reply on 01/04/2014
Unacceptable Customer Service
VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON -- Re: Wii gaming system.
I went to you Hazel Dell, WA store on Sunday 11/25/07 as Fred Meter advertised the Wii, and they were sold out. I was told by the department manager that the distribution center ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 10/30/2009
BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON -- Sales personnel for the store tell a wonderful tale of how your new camera will be replaced by paying around 12% extra for an extended warranty through a third party insurer. I bought a Samsung camera after great luck with one my adult daughter owns and payed about $12 for the warranty "protection".
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DO NOT waste your dollars on this. On trying to turn in a claim when the camera stopped operating I was informed by the warranty provider that the only thing covered on the camera is power surge protection. That was probably the last thing I needed protection for on a digital camera! Worthless warantee product - totally worthless.
PORTLAND, OREGON -- I have left a comment on the Fred Meyer website, and will do so here.
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There is a young man by the name of Zach Glatfelter working at the Hollywood West location.
He belittles his coworkers and scares customers. He has no customer service or leadership skills and should not be a representative of the Fred Meyer company.
He works in the evenings in the Home department.
Please, if you have any kind of issue with this young man, speak up. No one should get away with this behavior.
GRANTS PASS, OREGON -- On February 20, 2006, I visited my local Fred Meyer to pick up some groceries for the week and a pair of computer speakers. While doing the "self check out cashier", we had made the usual "mess up" on ... read full review58 Replies - Latest reply on 10/30/2009