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Made in USA
Posted by Mumsy03449 on 09/22/2011
I want to buy American Made. I needed a new Microwave oven. Checked them out on line and found one that listed all the feature and said, (MADE IN USA). Got it home, set it up, opened the door, and there it was Assembled In China. Now that to me is not Made In America. If any part was made in USA then all should be and that is how the assembly lines put people back to work. It can be done. The United States needs to be working again here at home. you can be the first to put the assembly of the GE Microwave oven back to work. You should save this country not China. I'm very disappointed that the word China was on the lable inside the door where consumers could not see it till they got it home. The inside lable should have read Asssembled in the USA. This is my feelings that to many jobs have gone out of the country. I would appreciate acknolegment of this review with a reply.

Thank you.

Loretta Jackson.
Wyoming, Mich.
email- Mumsy034@Comcast.net
     
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Posted by leet60 on 2011-09-23:
I suspect you will have a long search to find a product that is 100% made and assembled in the USA, especially for electronics.
Posted by Slimjim on 2011-09-23:
I agree with the poster, that is not made in America and should not say such. Lee is right and I'm not sure there even is a US totally made microwave out there. Long gone are Litton and Amana Radar Ranges. Magic Chefs and Maytags use to be American made 15 years ago, but I doubt they still are, if they exist at all, but still may be worth checking.
Posted by Bernie on 2013-08-21:
I am so sick of see China it hurts. What they make will last maybe 6-8 months, just about time for the warranty to run out. I purchased a Sharp Microwave about 6 months ago from Target and heard this strange noise this evening when I was cooking some Green Giant Steamers, and ran up to the kitchen and it looked like it was lightning in the microwave. This going back to Target tomorrow! Not only is it some of the electronics, but anything that is of a so-called leather type material, whether it be shoes or watches, it breaks me out terribly and the rash takes almost a month to go away and that's with prescribed creams. I'm through, I'll go back to cooking on the stove, only if the pans are certified Made in the USA and slowly I am getting China out of my house. It may take a while, but it is certainly worth it. We Americans need to really wake up and stop letting outsiders control out lives. Unbelievable, never thought I would be writing something like this. It's a shame, but we all need to actively do something about it. We're buying and using trash and junk!
Posted by glove11 on 2013-10-16:
Totally agree with you Bernie,not unless people in this country will stop buying any product from China, then nothing will change because shoes/retailer will keep supplying their shelves from China.No wonder why we lost U.S jobs .
Posted by Brian on 2013-10-17:
I bought a craftsman saw and I got home and the saw did not work I press the trigger on it and only the lights came on it its a piece of junk.
Posted by Brian on 2013-10-18:
I Went To The Store To Buy A Microwave And All Of Them Or Made In China Thats No Good.
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Overcharging
Posted by GANNON0123 on 09/10/2005
BLOOMINGDALE, ILLINOIS -- I have shopped 5 times at the new Meijers that opened in our area. Every time I go to this store I get overcharged. When they advertise a product on sale such as all pepsi products they do not enter all of the products for pepsi in the scanner so some of the items will ring up at full price. This is an ongoing problem with Meijer at all of their stores. In 2 months I have been overcharged at total of $60.00. This should not happen. I do not have a problem with other stores why can't Meijer get their prices right?

I contacted the company and they are so rude. They said they care about customers and would forward my complaint to a regional manager who would call me. In 3 mo's I have not received that phone call. They really don't care about their customers or they would try and correct their problems.

The funny thing is I was in another store today and the lady behind me was saying how she got overcharged my Meijers. I told her this was an ongoing problem I will never shop the store again. It's not worth my time and gas to have to keep trying to correct what they should be doing in the first place. She had purchased diapers 1 package and when she got home found out she had been charged for 3.

I will never never shop this store again. I will give my business to someone who cares. I shop wal-mart and never never have problems with overcharges or returns at their stores. I will go back to them as they care more about their customers. As least if you have a problem with them they will call you back.

     
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Posted by UnIcOrN_LoVeR on 2005-09-10:
Do you realize you left your caps-lock on? It makes it really difficult to take your complaint seriously.
Posted by tander on 2005-09-10:
Are you serious asking such a thing, since when can't you take someone serious for having caps on?
Posted by Anonymous on 2005-09-10:
WHY DO YOU WRITE IN ALL CAPS????
Posted by CrazyRedHead on 2005-09-11:
And it took you 5 trips to decide not to go anymore. It would have only taken me 2 to realize this and not go anymore.
Also, you need to drop the ALL CAPS. It doesn't make your letter any more important and it is hard to read. It also doesn't make anyone want to read you letter any faster than the guy with good letter writing skills.
Posted by UnIcOrN_LoVeR on 2005-09-11:
Tander: Would you submit a resume to a potential employer in all caps? Would you turn in a college thesis in all caps? You shouldn't write a business correspondence in all caps for the same reason you should proofread and spell check: professionalism.
Posted by Ponie on 2005-09-12:
Although I agree a letter in CAPS is difficult to read, I find this letter difficult to BELIEVE. 5 visits=$60 overcharge? That averages $12 each time. Didn't you notice your bill was a lot higher than you expected? You know all those places along the long aisle after you leave the checkout lane? There's one marked 'Customer Service.' One stop there and your problem would hve been corrected. Also, they would have the chance to make a correction in their computer system. I don't know IL law, but in MI had this taken place, you'd have had a windfall of $$. Regarding the special that Pepsi ran a couple of weeks ago: You had to purchase the whole complement of 4 units to get the 5th free along with the $5 rebate instructions. Anything less and you paid regular price. One bit of incorrect information supplied: A complaint registered is not referred to a 'Regional Manager.' It's referred to the 'Store Director.' If it can't be resolved there, it's directed to a 'District Manager.' This is first-hand knowledge because I've gone through it. However, after shopping Meijer, Inc., for over 25 years--that's a pretty good average. Just this past July, they finally tightened up on what I considered a very generous return policy. If you don't have a receipt, you don't receive a refund/exchange. You have access to the internet--why not go to their website and sign up to get occasional surveys as I have? You can vent your frustrations there and I know there will be a follow up. Just about two months ago I received a phone call from the Store Director merely because I complained they were out of advertised specials only two days into the sale. I was justly compensated for my input. I find Meijer's to be one of the better discount stores at which to shop and think GANNONO123 just wants to vent.
Posted by Anonymous on 2005-09-16:
Tander, if you work & have email where you work, I want you to try something: next time you have to send an email to your boss, a client, etc., do it in all caps (which is the equivalent of yelling). You should get some great results.

No charge for the advise.
Posted by holycrap on 2005-11-30:
a glutton for punishment
Posted by mark_2222 on 2007-08-02:
I have been overcharged many times as well. Just got a letter from Meijer informing me to shop elsewhere. Guess when you point out being overcharged at Meijer stores, the company frowns upon it. Is that how companies treat good customers now?
Posted by /\ Idiot on 2010-02-03:
Most of the time when this happens you are not being over charged, you are not reading the sale sign. I suggest reading it next time... the whole thing, not just the embolded random price, but also the smaller print which states what it is you need to buy, how much of the product you need to buy, etc. You'd be shocked to find this works, and in fact you were never over charged to begin with, you were just too lazy to read the entire sign.
Posted by v.m. fester on 2013-06-28:
I read the tag correct the blouse was 22.00 on the tag ,Meijers charged me 24.00 how can I be wrong , not any sign saying will be charged 2.00 more for processing. please do not shop at this store, they are crooks.!!!!!!!!!!!
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Pricing
Posted by on 12/04/2001
I have been in Meijer's stores several times in the past few weeks. It seems that most items are not priced at all. This is against the law in Michigan. Products MUST be priced individually or on the shelf. Neither is visible for 5 out of 7 products that I purchased on one of my trips to Meijer. It seems that this is a practice that is statewide if not just district wide because I have shopped at Meijer stores in Shelby Township, Washington Township, and Fraser. What is Meijer going to do about this problem?

To help keep me as a potential future customer, I would like the following:

Products to be priced according to the laws and regualations set in the state of Michigan.

At the very least I would like a response from your company regarding this incident. Thank you for your time.
     
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Posted by Smooth23 on 2005-06-07:
This is a consumer review site, not a place where actual companies give a crap about what you say. I also live in michigan and would love to see any law that says each item must be priced individually. If you do find it, I bet there is a provision that says if they don't price each item they have those price check things in the store.
Posted by AML on 2006-05-16:
It's true. According to the following website: "Also enacted in 1976 was the item-pricing law, which requires prices to be clearly marked on individual items for sale (with certain exceptions), the volume and availability of advertised items to be posted, and a rain check offered if an advertised item is not available."

http://www.michiganinbrief.org/edition07/Chapter5/ConsumerProtect.htm
Posted by lswookie on 2007-03-02:
This seems to be a company wide phenomenon. The prices are missing for the majority of products at the Springfield, IL store as well. My wife likes the atmosphere at Meijer, but I'd rahter go to Walmart or Target, where I know what the prices are before I get through the checkout.
Posted by mark_2222 on 2007-08-02:
The Springfield Illinois store is bad on overcharging customers at the checkout line. I have been overcharged many times over the years, and when I pointed it out to the Manager and Corporate office, I received a letter in the mail, informing me to shop elsewhere.
Posted by FV on 2008-07-24:
The Michigan Scanner law requires that all items, save 25 "classes" within each store, MUST be individually tagged, not counting items sold "in bulk" like bulk candy. Furthermore, they must have a list of those 25 items posted somewhere in the store. There is no provision for the price check things. I've read the actual law, and it's very clear.
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Know who your dealing with
Posted by Works on 09/16/2009
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN -- I was once an employee of Meijer and left because I was 8-balled for whistle blowing. I am not a previous disgruntled employee but someone who has a business degree and understands how business works but had to learn through the school of hard knocks how business works for Meijer.

This is not your standard typical company. This company is all about alienating itself to such the extent that the expense it generates by mistreating it's own employees and constantly mismanages it's own leadership that it cannot afford to provide the basic necessities to create and maintain a pleasurable consumer shopping experience for YOU the consumer! They will not train anyone! Unless of course you truly believe that one can achieve all the necessary training by computer modules. When something is not right or goes wrong anywhere within a store, the first order of business is to determine where to place blame. Once blame is cast, chaos is then instilled which may very well include a store director or a district director yelling at the employee in the middle of the sales floor while YOU the consumer watches. That would be the standard morale builder that upper management will hope that it brings the employee down enough to either step down or quit. But if that fails then the employee will be placed under a microscope and management find that one mistake the employee will inevitably make or made 10 years prior and fire them for that. They usually look for things like if he/she were caught that one time shop lifting when they were 15 years old and the records are juvenile and sealed but because he/she didn't reveal that information on their application they will terminate the employees employment and deny unemployment benefits because they lied from the onset. All this even though he/she is now 45 years old and was turned into a scape goat over someones agenda to get the fashions department in the order they wanted.

So the next time you shop at Meijer and you become disgusted about the conditions or the incorrect pricing or the lack of customer service or the lack of cashiers, think about it! This is how corporate Meijer wants it. You are in their store NOT YOURS! YOU will play by their rules NOT YOURS! EVERYONE will tow the line or there is the door NO EXCEPTIONS including YOU the consumer!

I did not make this up! The examples I wrote were truly examples! Much much worse takes place every single day! If you don't believe, just go to your neighborhood Meijer store and observe for yourself. You will see all this in all it's glory at the Wyoming Michigan store. No one is happy and no one wants to be there but then why should they, back stabbing gets old after awhile whether giving or receiving.

For YOU the consumer, good luck! You may seriously want to consider other alternatives unless of course you support diseased corporate environments of such!

By the way, the survey they ask of you on every receipt over $10.00 is designed to rid itself of whomever they can blame for your complaint. So before you get too detailed about your complaint, think about who's life your going to disrupt as a result of your complaint because honestly, where this company is concerned everything that happens is the dictate from upper management. Everything is done in accordance to a written process, EVERYTHING!
     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2009-09-17:
"I am not a previous disgruntled employee"

But yet you say this.......

"They usually look for things like if he/she were caught that one time shop lifting when they were 15 years old and the records are juvenile and sealed but because he/she didn't reveal that information on their application they will terminate the employees employment and deny unemployment benefits because they lied from the onset. All this even though he/she is now 45 years old and was turned into a scape goat over someones agenda to get the fashions department in the order they wanted."

It's ok to be upset, just don't fib about what you're trying to do.
Posted by MaggieMcT on 2009-09-17:
The employment applications we use have a very specific statement that if you lie on it, you're gone. The sad part is, we've had to turn down people who lied about something (like a DUI) that wouldn't have been a problem if they'd been honest.
Posted by Alain on 2009-09-17:
Classic two sides to every story.
Posted by PepperElf on 2009-09-17:
sounds like
Posted by clutzycook on 2009-09-17:
sounds like a disgruntled former employee to me...
Posted by Alain on 2009-09-17:
Objectively speaking, you'll be happier not working for them anymore.
Posted by PepperElf on 2009-09-17:
and there are worse things than being fired for lying on an employment application


knew a guy who screwed up his clearance paperwork for the military and they pulled his clearance and kicked him out of his workshop (cos you had to have a clearance to work there)

and he was lucky cos... on those things they say they can also find you up to $10,000 if you lie
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-12-07:
Whistle blowing won't get your fired. No company would set themselves up for a lawsuit for doing that. What did you really get fired for? Lieing on the application?
Posted by anon on 2013-07-12:
I have been working at meijer for almost 2.5 yrs. I experience the same crap. Its so stressful. And I'm affraid to lose my job everyday. And all the management does is yell at me.
Posted by anonymous on 2013-12-10:
My husband was fired for violating company policy. What was he fired for, you might ask? He was fired for going outside the store with a fire extinguisher and helping a customer put out a fire in his vehicle. No injuries, no damage except for the customer's dashboard. The customer thanked him repeatedly for helping him save his van and any other nearby vehicles. I guess company policy doesn't include helping customers in obvious distress.It's now wonder Meijer has only 20% of it's original employees since it opened 4 years ago.
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Meijer Is Clueless About The Concept Of Customer Service
Posted by Krysia.3 on 12/14/2013
NILES, ILLINOIS -- Twice I had to make a return to Meijer & both times I was told, .."well, this time we will give you a refund but, not next time." Instead of apologizing for my inconvenience, they are basically threatening me. When I talked to a manager about it, he wasn't any better. The story of an employee in MI, who was fired because he helped someone put out a fire is another perfect example of how backwards Meijer's management thinks. Instead of rewarding him for going above & beyond for a customer, they fire the man. The management clearly lacks common sense & is inflexible. That's okay, I will just shop at Walmart that much more. Their prices are better and they always take returns without a hassle.

Maybe that's why their stock prices are always high? Take a lesson Meijer. And btw, I have never seen an uglier looking store front, ghastly yellow. It took me a year, to get past that & go in.
     
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Posted by FoDaddy19 on 2013-12-17:
What was the item/intems you were trying to return? And were you within the return policy timeframe or not? Some items aren't returnable. If you were trying to return such items or if you were outside of the stated return policy, then they were actually doing you a favor by allowing you to return the item(s). However without more details, no conclusions can be drawn.
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Customer Will Never Shop at Meijers Again
Posted by Nancy3530 on 07/18/2013
COLUMBUS, OHIO -- They threatened to have me arrested for couponing. I was only using manufacturer coupons if cashier and register take coupons them I'm not doing anything wrong. They really lost a very good customer. I did all my shopping at Meijer for the nine people who live in my home. I purchased all my food items dog food all household school clothes school supplies most of Christmas shopping almost every cashier knows me by name there was a girl who works at service desk and she always treated me very unkind and I'm sure she had a lot to do with this.

And I've heard many other people complain about her and the general manager does not do a good job I have been shopping at this Meijer since the day it opened but never again and I also worked at this store as a vendor but I quit my job just I wouldn't have to return to this store.
     
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Posted by CU on 2013-07-18:
There is SO much more to this story.
Posted by Old Timer on 2013-07-18:
Would sure like to hear Meijer's side of this one. I know markets are starting to fight back over the extreme coupon shoppers. Nancy, your review does have some other issues to it though.
Posted by John Nicholson on 2013-07-18:
We do most of our shopping at Meijers. Never a problem using coupons. Much more to this story to be told.
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Assistance at Self Service
Posted by Eravelo49 on 07/13/2013
I needed assistance at the self service check out because there was no number on the tag and was not found on the list. The employee told us that it's self service with an attitude.16 mile at Van Dyke Sterling Heights Michigan Meijer Grocery Store. I've been going to that store for over 20 years. Guess it's time to go to another store.
     
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Posted by Tezrien on 2013-07-14:
I don't use self checkouts unless they are the only lines open. If everyone did the same then the stores would get rid of them and hire more real cashiers.
Posted by BigAl on 2013-07-14:
I absolutely despise self service checkouts. If people keep using them some day retail stores will go the way of self serve gas stations. Trust me the prices will not be any cheaper.
Posted by John Nicholson on 2013-07-14:
We have shopped at Meijer since the early 1980s and I remember when they put these self serve lanes in a manager above the store level promised--promised us that they would always have at least one manned express lane open. Never happened and they still want to force you to use the self serve lanes. We refuse to use them and have left a cart with ice cream, etc in it anywhere in the store when the regular lanes were lined up with no manned express lanes open. The strange thing is that we will see Meijer employees bagging for people in the self serve lanes. Perhaps it hasn't dawned on Meijer that they could have a manned express lane open instead of having two people helping at the self serve aisle. All in all, more problems and frustrations with the self serve lanes. If Meijer wants to emulate the WalMart type of bad service, then they are doing a great job of it. Don't take it out on the employees---except Rick W. who lied to us---as they are doing what they are told to do.
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Questionable "Accompanied by Gift Receipt" Return Policy
Posted by Tquillen31 on 06/20/2013
INDIANAPOLIS METRO AREA, INDIANA -- Thanks to all the people who have shared reviews on Meijer Company. In the spirit of fairness, I would like to add my "cents worth."

This posting is not meant to disparage the name and reputation of the Meijer company, but is rather to call into question a specific corporate policy that I believe demonstrates frank discourtesy toward the customer.

In general, I have been reasonably pleased with the quality of products and level of service provided by the local stores in my area. However, more recently I have noticed a decline in the quality of the apparel they carry, and am not pleased with their Christmas return policy.

My understanding is that when you receive a gift that is accompanied by a store's own original gift receipt, if you return the item with the receipt, the gift receipt has the record of how much the item cost, so that the full dollar amount of the returned item as listed on the receipt would be applied to the item exchanged. Not so at Meijer!

I received a sweater that was purchased at Meijer that needed to be exchanged for the correct size. This was not some frivolous return. I really wanted the item, but as a pre-Christmas sale item, it was out of stock, and would not be in stock. I waited until just a couple of days after Christmas to do the return, because I didn't want to waste so much time standing in line on the day after Christmas just for a single return.

When I brought the item and the receipt to customer service, I was told that it was okay to exchange it for anything else --well and good, so far. Imagine my shock and surprise when brought up something else for the exchange, and the value they credited to the exchange was just barely a couple of bucks! What they didn't immediately know, but I knew at the time was that I had purchased the same sweater for someone else (and during the same sale time as the person who purchased one for me!), so I knew, based on the date of the receipt, how much the item was sold for that week. The gift-giver paid nearly $15 for the item.

When I explained that I knew how much the gift-giver had paid for the item, and that it could be verified by the receipt date, I was told that didn't matter. I was informed that the policy for gift receipts --regardless of the date the item is purchased -- is to give the customer who returns an item the value of the "most recent sale price" on the item. So, when you are talking about something for Christmas, and you return the item after Christmas, you can may expect only a very small fraction of the price paid in return.

What an unjust return policy! Receipts are supposed to not only validate a purchase, but also serve as evidence of price paid! Not so at Meijer. Why even bother to request a gift receipt?

So now when I want to buy something for someone else as a gift at a Meijer store, I really think long and hard, and probably more than just twice. If it's someone I know well, who wouldn't be offended to see a price, I'll give them the regular receipt. Otherwise, I try to buy elsewhere.

In fairness to the company, I haven't purchased a gift for someone else at Meijer in many months. I hope that they have updated their gift receipt return policy so that they are in step with other retailers.
     
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Posted by trmn8r on 2013-06-20:
Interesting. The very first line of the Meijer's return policy states that ALL returns are subject to the most recent sales price.

I agree - I would take my business elsewhere. That is ridiculous.
Posted by Jeff on 2013-06-20:
Thats ludacris...and should be illegal. If you have a gift receipt, they have the codes and can pull up the transaction and see EXACTLY how much was paid for said item.....I wonder what happens if the item happens to have INCREASED in price....think Meijers would give you more money back? I HIGHLY DOUBT IT...If I were you Id call corporate and complain to them too. Thats got to be almost illegal.
Posted by John Nicholson on 2013-06-20:
They give you the "most recent sales price" as a return amount because, especially with apparel, the prices tend to be reduced over time, sometimes rather substantially. There is big profit in clothing and no one need pay the regular price on the tags as it will most likely be on sale and continually reduced over the next few weeks. I buy all my shoes and shirts at Meijer, but have never paid more than $12 for a pair of leather Nunn Bush shoes or $4-5 for a shirt that originally was marked $24 or so. It would be silly to pay regular price for much of anything. Meijer will exchange or refund up to 30 days with a receipt, but with a gift receipt they allow more time. Reasonable, as the item is a gift. Their policy is what it is. I like Meijer and highly recommend them over the rude, crude and inept WalMart.
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Don't Trust Them
Posted by Dolphingirlforever89 on 06/09/2013
CALIFORNIA -- So, I go to check my balance on my debit card. Guess what? Somehow Meijer has stolen my whole check, plus others on Social Security here in CA. This is disgusting! How can they sleep at night knowing they took a disabled person's money in which they need to live on? I want this company shut down! This isn't fair. I hope you somehow suffer the way we are.

Oh by the way! Enjoy that nice juicy steak on me J/A.
     
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Posted by trmn8r on 2013-06-09:
What you describe sounds like a scam by people posing as customers at Meijers. I found reports of a few such incidents, but without further details it is hard to know if that is what happened in your case.

What makes you think that Meijers itself is involved? That would be very unusual.
Posted by madconsumer on 2013-06-09:
all over the country there has been a rash of debit card numbers being stolen. the thief uses some type of device on the card reader that records the card number and sometimes the pin number.
Posted by Chaparrita on 2013-06-09:
Here in AZ, there was an issue at Bashas similar to this. A lot of people's information was stolen due to the systems being compromised by hackers. Bashas was not aware of the issue at first and I know that they had nothing to do with it. I doubt meijers has anything to do with this either. Unfortunately, this is a common issue nowadays. There are hackers and thieves who will do all they can to steal from innocent people.
Posted by BigAl on 2013-06-09:
I never use a debit card. I always use a credit card and pay off the balance each month. I am better protected and I do not have to worry about keeping track of each transaction.Using your debit card is like handing over your bank account.
Posted by Dawn on 2013-06-15:
There isn't even a Meijer IN California!
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Attitude of Meijer Employees
Posted by Liftstation on 05/31/2013
DETROIT, MICHIGAN -- I am an owner operator delivering goods/produce all over America. I have been at the Meijer warehouse for almost 7 hours trying to get unloaded, at 3 hours I asked whats going on why are trucks that came in after me unloaded and leaving before me and the woman receiver said "THATS THE WAY IT IS". I asked again and explained that it cost me money to sit and wait--she stated the same thing again. I then told her I would be leaving in 45 minutes that's 4hrs and taking the trailer back the 34mi to our warehouse and someone else could deliver it. well she hung up the phone as all this is on a phone in the guard shack. It wasn't 5 minutes when she called my cell and told me to back up to door 442 that was 4 hrs ago, and still I'm not unloaded, she did call my corporate office in Canada to complain--which they called my dispatch--who called me. I told them to fire me if I'm wrong--I was nice --I refused to get mad--but I have looked up the corporate officers HOME phone numbers as I am a retired collection agent sitting here in the truck thought I would call them tonight at about 11pm.

If they treat the people who deliver the good/produce this way why would I continue to spend my money at their store---about $250 a week.
     
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Posted by John Nicholson on 2013-05-31:
You obviously were the victim of some lady promoted above her abilities. This happens with more frequency at Meijer and is part of why Meijer is having problems now.
Posted by Sandy on 2013-06-01:
I would talk to my superiors regarding this supervisor and get it elevated to her supervisors supervisor.... This witch should be fired as she is not people oriented nor does she care about her store and getting your product on the shelves.
Posted by never on 2013-10-09:
It is very scary that you looked up the home phone number of someone and intend to harass them. Oh my goodness, to look up someone's home anything is disturbing. Actually it seems to me that you will actually be stalking and harassing them and in Michigan it is illegal. Why would you do such a thing to anyone? Your comments are scary.
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