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You take your prescription in, drop it off with your insurance info and when you pick it up they inform you...
I recently shopped in your store and purchased some wine. I was insulted when they asked for my ID. I am 64 years old. I shop at Walmart, Meijer, Kroger, and our local store Martins. I am never asked for an ID. Also I had many bags at checkout and no on helped to put them in the cart. I had to hold up the line to put them in my cart! This is ridiculous that you have no baggers or even put them in a cart for customers. Every store I shop at takes care of you. You need to update your whole checkout system! There is too much competition and you are at the bottom of where I will shop next time!
I have worked at Target for almost a year and I have to say that I have NEVER been treated as awfully a...
I shop often at the Target at Tanforan Mall in San Bruno, CA. Most of the cashiers are pleasant, making it a...
My newest complaint against Target is putting people into positions they do not deserve. Especially electronics where things turn up missing all the time. Examples. The last two working that department. A Felon and an alcoholic kid. Of course the felon made off with stuff. That was to be expected. The kid well some stuff, big stuff came up missing. He's still there. But then did he steal the items?
Why would anyone put people who profile out as potential thieves into that department in particular? Stupid? Naive?
Or something entirely different...Looking for Fall Guys.
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This is a letter that I just sent to Gregg Steinhafel, the CEO of Target, who's email address i...
I have worked for Target for 2 1/2 years. About a year ago, my mom passed away. I had to immediately leave...
I WAS a Target customer for many years and was thrilled to create a Club Wedd Registry last year for my late September wedding. One of the items I had on the list was the Jade Moon 16-piece Dinnerware Set ($79.99). I requested and received three boxes of it. My husband and I bought our home in January and decided that the dinnerware didn't go with our Tuscany theme. We were so happy to see that Target had the perfect set instead, the Tuscan Sunflower Dinnerware Set.
We took the three boxes to their Hackettstown, NJ store. Our plan was to get a credit for the Jade Moon to use towards the purchase of the Tuscan Sunflower. The guest services representative printed out our registry. She told us that since it has been over 90 since our wedding date, we were not entitled to a credit but could do an exchange for something else in the store but it had to be from one specific aisle (dinnerware). Unfortunately, the Tuscan Sunflower Set is available online only. I told her I would place the order right then and there in the store and she said that would not be possible. We were appalled and left the store.
When I got home I called their customer service number of [protected]. I explained my problem to the representative, who I could hardly understand because of his heavy Indian accent. He found two of the orders because the gift givers purchased them online. His exact words were "you are stuck with them" because it was 90 days after the purchases were made. 90 days had passed before I even received them at my bridal shower! First the policy is 90 days after the wedding date, now it is 90 days after the purchase?
Being aware of their return policy of being able to return items without a receipt for $70 per year, we visited their Toms River, NJ location to return one box. We were prepared to "eat" the $9.99. We were told that because the price is over $70, it could not be returned! WHAT?
I will NEVER shop at Target again. Saying their return policy SUCKS is an understatement, especially for a registry!
I always found it easier to save payment information with different creditors so that in in just a click or two my payment is made! However, NEVER do this with target. Once my payment information changed I went online to update my account number and make my payment. Not a good decisioin. Even though I filled out the forms that they provided, my new payment was still sent through my old account. As a result I then had $89 worth of fees including a late payment fee and returned check fee, not to mention my monthly payment. Even after calling severl times the representative was unable to both figure out my situation or help me change my payment information. I filled the forms out again and made another payment that also went through my old account. At this point my account was in such bad shape Target agreed to allow me to pay out my balance through a draft in which THEY selected the date. The date was the 21st of each month. I think GREAT.. they got me staright and my payments are being made! Nope. Although they decided my payment should come out on the 21st, a late payment is being charged to my account on the 20th of every month?!?! When will the cycle end. With all the fees my bill is unbelieveable! What can I do?
I wanted to purchase a wicker rocking chair at a Target store in the Cincinnati Market, they had the floor model that they would not sell, I checked all the other stores same thing none in stock. Store will not order one for you. You have to go to the website and find it. Here is where the problem arrives, the shipping charges for 100 pounds is $385.00 which cost more than the chairs. Are they insane? Their customer service sucks, they cannot adjust the shipping charges, will not order anything for you to go to the local store and when you call customer service you speak to someone who cannot speak English clearly. Shop Sears they are much better with servicing the needs of the customers. Target does a lot of sales preventives for the customers.
On Thursday, Feb 18 2010 my girlfriend and I went to Target looking for a TV. They were out of the advertised...
When i was eighteen years old i was new to this credit thing.(this was in 2008). Well ever since i have...
Target is the worst company in the universe. I worked for Target for 3 years. I started as a Team Leader which is an hourly position. I was promoted to an Executive Team Leader position which is a salaried management position. Eventually, I was told I was topped out because I did not have a college degree. I was told by my store manager that they loved my results, but without a degree I had gone as far as I was going to go. I left the company- working a 2 week notice. Two years later, I applied at Target. I could not even get an interview because I did not have a degree. I had excellent performance reviews, left in good standing, and had actually performed the job I was applying for- but oh...no degree...no interview. This company wants cookie-cutter fresh out of college kids who don't want to do physical work, but they fit the "image" Target wants to portray. I didn't have a degree when I was promoted, but I was told I was an exception because of my strong performance. In the end, Target is a technology forward company that I admired, but they are very single-minded about hiring. Getting a degree shows commitment, but so does years of experience. They sell themselves short with their single-minded pursuit of college educated candidates.
I went to target to buy some pepsi cola products in 12 packs sizes. I had about 15 twelve packs of sodas & some six packs of other sodas. I run a small business, so i usually shop at wal-mart, target and other big stores for business needs. So when i reached the counter to pay for them, the cashier who was newer and was nice, rang up all the items, and, I asked her if she could accept the california state issued sellers permit, in order to do the sale tax exempt. And since I had used it in the past at target very many times, I told her how she can use it, by pressing some keys on the register. she was doing it, AND then an employee of target named MYRON showed up at the register, and inquired what was this. She handed the permit to him.He looked at it from every angle possible, then said this is the copy of permit, you can not copy it, & said his parents had it, thats how he knows. And asked to bring the original, PLUS he said that California State does not allow you to keep the permit in your pocket and go shopping place to place. I argued that i should be able to copy it, But he took the permit to a seperate room to show it to someone, and came back after about 15 minutes, and refused to make the sale . At that moment there were about 20 to 25 people were there listning to all of this, he said some other words also. It was very bad & harasing experience. He was portraying me as if i was to get every thing without paying for it. It was hard to walk those four steps to exit the TARGET. I think they should teach all there employees that what customer service is called. And I would like to know that what the target company did to this complaint.Is he repriminded or did he got the promotion.
a fellow team member of the logistics flow team was injured on the job due to unloading the truck apon hi...
I've been reading about people getting hurt at Target and not getting their medical bills paid. I guess I'm not alone. I slipped on some Gel back in May of '08 and got injured at a Target Store in Norridge Illinois. I hired a lawyer who said he would get my medical bills taken care of, along with a small settlement for work time lost...etc.
However after dragging things out their insurance company (Sedgwick) didn't pay us a dime. I'm stuck with a several thousand dollar doctor's bill.
I'm the founder and part of an organization called "Citizens United Against Corporate Corruption." We need more members. Please contact my e-mail address if interested. We've already been contacting Target shareholders and asking them to sell out. But I think we also need to spread the word throughout the country with fliers and mass mailing to warn as many people as possible to stay away from Target.
I just got a letter explaining that target is lowering my target visa credit limit to $56 (You read right $56)... The letter said it was based on information from experian credit bureau concerning a delinquent payment history and suggested that I get a copy. I proceeded to get a copy of all three major credit bureaus including experian. I have had the target visa for many years and have never been late with a payment and never gone over my credit limit... Which was $15, 500. My current balance is apx $10k. Additionally my entire credit history is perfect with no late payments and my score is in excess of 700+. After calling and asking for an explination they said it was based on delinquent information... So I explained that I have a copy of the above mentioned credit report and nothing shows delinquent and I asked for the specific information they are refering to... They don't have access to credit information and the letter must have been a misprint but they are working to correct the letter. Of course she followed up with "there is nothing she can do to restore the credit limit." I asked for a supervisor and she said his name was adam but he doens't take calls but I can write him a letter. She refused to give his last name saying it was confidential and she can't give it out... So I guess writting a letter to target bank addressed to adam is the way to get this problem resolved.
After years of loyal shopping with target and many years of flawless ontime payment history means nothing with target bank... I will be on a crusade to let everyone I can contact, in person, on the internet and by skywriter to be aware of how target treats its long term loyal customers. Fortunately, I am in a position to take my shopping and visa business elsewhere... But i'm going to make sure others don't do business with a company like target bank and get they visa credit cards elsewhere.
My husband and I went to the Target store in West Sacramento, CA one Sunday morning to make a small purchase. When we got to the register, a woman was assisting a white gentleman in front of us. She was extremely courteous to him and at the end she wished him a good day. When it was our turn, she didn't greet us at all...not even a smile. The only time she spoke was to give us the total of our transaction. After I gave her the money, she gave me the bag and did NOT wish us a good day. There was another white gentleman behind us and we overheard her give him a very pleasant and elaborate greeting. Very disappointing.
I received a Polaroid Digital Picture frame for Christmas. Tried it. The device would not upload pictures from the computer (no USB function). Tried to return item in original package, with receipt, two weeks after purchase. I was told it had been "used" because I had turned it on. The person at the returns desk said the manager would not meet with me. I offered my business card, hoping to elicit the managers card in return. The manager refused to meet with me or provide his name. Instead, I was provided with a national customer service number. Each time I called, I was told the matter would be looked in to by a supervisor. Each supervisor told me the job of national Customer Service said their job is to back the store managers. Caveat Emptor!
In December 2009 I made two payments, on time, to my Target Redcard account so that I could use the card for a car rental on my vacation at the end of the month. I carefully calculated the credit amount I would need to cover the car rental and the car rental company's hold. Two or three days after I made each payment, I called to check the available credit and the recording said "zero dollars." I also checked the account online and it showed available credit as $0.00, even though they admitted they credited both my payments. Wtf??? They credit your payments but then refuse to make your credit available? I called them to discuss this, and was told, initially, it could take "7 to 10 days." I have never had another creditor take this long!!! One week after the first of my two payments, my available credit was still showing zero AND they lowered my credit limit by $200, with no advance notification. I called them again. This time, a bored sounding customer service rep or whatever she was told me it could take "several" days to free up my available credit. It has already been more than "several" days, but they won't acknowledge that. They claim they don't know when it will show the available credit amount from your credited payment. The lowering of my credit limit, btw, meant I was screwed and could not use the Target card for my car rental. My vacation stands a good chance of being ruined because of this, but of course Target does not care. I spoke to (screamed at, I admit) a supervisor after the CSR kept repeating the same maddening singsong litany about reviewing accounts monthly, etc. The supervisor refused to tell me when my available credit would show as actually available and refused to reinstate my credit limit to what it was before. Target National Bank employees are not helpful to customers in any way; they must be trained to endlessly repeat the same garbage till you want to leap through the phone and inflict physical violence on them. I'm a peaceful person, normally, but all of this infuriated me beyond belief. They claim they don't have to give customers advance notification before making a major change to your account. I suppose they can do whatever they want and consumers have zero rights, just like my zero available balance. I admit I've been late on payments, but in December I was on time and paid way more than the minimum due. I don't expect any corporation to care about my life or my plans, but they don't even pretend to listen or attempt to help you find any kind of resolution. In fact, half the time when you call you get someone in India or someplace who is very hard to understand and sounds like they're reading from a script. They're just horrible, judgemental and rude. Where's the incentive to pay them on time? Or to pay them at all, for that matter? They should be required by law to give advance notification of their changes. I told them they were more evil than Wal-Mart, but I'm sure they don't give a crap.