Wal-Mart Complaint - Goodbye Walmart - all
ARIZONA -- A recent visit to my local Walmart, located in Goodyear, AZ has led me to no longer support this supercenter. From the moment I enter the parking lot to the time I pack my trunk with purchased goods, the whole experience is nothing short of a chaotic fiasco. The parking lot alone is reason to avoid this specific location; lone shopping carts randomly placed will no doubt come in contact with at least several cars throughout the day. When choosing a shopping cart that has reached the entrance, one can either choose one with garbage or some malfunction (squeaky wheel or absence of plastic on handlebar). While atmosphere is not necessarily a requirement of a shopping facility, lighting and the sound of music might allow one to not feel like they are shopping in a third-world country. The limited supply or lack of certain products is unfortunate, forcing one to stop at a local grocery store to complete a shopping list.
I was highly disappointed in the condition and choice of produce: wilted lettuce, yellow tomatoes, and rotten fruit. Even though there was free sampling on the morning of my visit, remnant samples and half-eaten containers were found on random shelves throughout the aisles. Upon leaving additional checkout employees were definitely in need; waiting twenty minutes to complete a transaction is unacceptable.
Overall, this visit was awful and it has not been the first. I feel compelled to write this review after numerous visits described as such have occurred. Walmart has officially and forever lost a customer.