TUCSON, ARIZONA -- We have been buying this sausage for years, however this Thanksgiving we were highly disappointed. The sausage was used in our gumbo on Thanksgiving Day, and within 12 minutes after placing the sausage in the gumbo it went flat. It did not, have the very good meaty quality, as many years before. This was more of a grain taste and texture.
The problem was even noted by different guest which was disappointing. The other problem was, we could not find the spicy, sausage which was always a credit to your excellent quality. If the quality of taste and texture are not improved or equal to that of the original, we will no longer purchase this product. We along with our many family and friends will not continue to purchase your lesser product..We had many many friends and family to share in this utterly disappointing sausage.
WHAT ON EARTH HAPPENED?
CORAL SPRINGS, FLORIDA -- 2012 coffee grinder broken. Complained to store management with no results. I contacted Sams club on their website. I had no response. In January of 2013 I wrote corporate hdqt. I never received a reply I again went to the coral spring Sams club, and told them again coffee grinder was not operating and I had written Corp hdqut. I was assured they would get a new machine.from that time until September of 2013 the coffee grinder was still broken. " WHAT CAN I SAY ABOUT THIS" sounds odd, I was surprised by the lack of Corp responsibility.. I have no idea how other Sams clubs operate.
KINGSTON, NEW YORK -- Okay I get it: Sams Club cashiers are under constant pressure to 'add on' an endless parade of special (and useless) membership upgrades at check out to drive more profits to Sams Club. It's not the cashiers fault. Unfortunately, I shop less at Sams Club because I am tired of being pressured to constantly upgrade my membership with every visit to the store. What Sams Club management fails to realize, the profits they might get from these upgrades --is probably equal or less to what they are losing with scared off shoppers.
GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND -- I received a letter from Alex Aguila, senior director, credit and financial services (Sam's Club). The letter stated that if I added an authorized Buyer to my account that I would receive a $10 statement credit. I drove to Sam's Club to add my daughter as an authorized buyer and they told me I couldn't. That I already had one authorized buyer (my husband). The letter never stated that I couldn't do this if I already had an authorized buyer. It simply said add an authorized buyer. When I called customer service they said they couldn't help. VERY misleading letter. Why send me something that then doesn't apply to me when I get to the store? We will be cancelling our membership tomorrow. We have heard many good things about Costco. Maybe they won't try to scam us.
Just wanted to say that I too bid on an item, a Nintendo DS game Scribblenauts, for my Grandson. I won the bid. Instead of getting the email with information saying it's being shipped, it said the order was canceled. I had never had any trouble with this Sam's Auction before until now. I called the "Auction Team" and at first the girl tried to tell me my payment wouldn't process, or my credit card wouldn't go through. I have a very large limit and zero balance and she's trying to tell me it wouldn't go through? Try again! She says let me check again and comes back to say that the order was canceled because they no longer have the product available. How can a company post something for auction and not have it. I believe the price was too low also, and they didn't want to give it to me. Or why not try and compensate me with another DS game? I asked them if that's one of there ways of doing business and if they treat all their customers like that. I don't get it. It p*__ed me off to think I spent my time and effort to try to Win this bid and they don't have it? Come on!
On another note, I want to mention to folks to please, please, look at the estimated shipping amount. All I've ever looked at before was to make sure my bid amount was correct. I bought the Ceramic Beverage Dispenser - Yellow. It sells at Sam's Club for $19.99. I won the bid (they have so many) for $1.00. Shipping for this product is/was $60.00. When they sent the email to say they were shipping it, it had the total on the bottom. I saw it said $60.00. I thought it was an error so I went to the auction page and found one to bid on, just to check the estimated shipping, and it showed $59 and some change. So please, be extra careful. I see on the page right now someone is bidding and the price is $20 for one and the other that hasn't closed is $10. IT'S NOT WORTH IT!!
This is one product I won't be telling my husband about.
You are going to have to arrest me, tackle me, shoot me, or something else to make me stop and be checked when leaving Sams club. I paid for and have the receipt for the items in my cart. I will not waste 2 seconds of my time playing their security game. I will continue to walk right past all the poor suckers waiting in line to be inspected after checkout and attempting to leave the store. get a life Sams club. kick me out of your pitiful elite club, which I have found to have few if any prices better than anywhere else.
Your readers should be aware that if they complete (or even start) the Sams Club survey they will be immediately inundated with numerous spam messages, as well as possible text messages on their cell phones. Sams says "We value your opinion", and to "please complete a survey about today's club visit". If you do this you will be asked to give your address, email address, and cell/home phone number. Step two offers numerous "offers", which requires you to select at least two of the "offers".
I immediately ended the "survey" and found a confirmation on my email site. After unsubcribing I found 9+ emails that I believe were linked to this "survey", as well as a commercial text message on my cell. I can deal with the email messages as I will treat them all as spam, but the text messages cost me.
TEXAS -- I have become hooked on the Sam's club auction site. I found some pretty good deals on occasion. Recently I made a bid on a Samsung 55 inch TV. I watched it for a few hours and happily ended up winning the bid. I received a confirmation by email of my order. My next email from Sam's the following day was to say that they were sorry but did not have the TV! What a rip off. How can they put an item up for bid and not even have it??? I'm closing my account.