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I don't like that most of the employees here are rude, and unhelpful. They have terrible public restrooms. Needs real fixing.

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I don't like that most of the employees here are rude, and unhelpful. They have terrible public restrooms. Needs real fixing.

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I went to this Wal-Mart to purchase some items. After getting what I needed, I went to get in line. There was such a long line but I waited in line. And this is really weird as normally this Wal-Mart does not have a long line and you and get through check out real quick.
After waiting for awhile, I finally got up to the Cashier. She rings it up and the total came out to be $10.63. I had $23.00 so I gave the cashier $21.00 as I don??t have 63 cents in changes and I don??t want any $1 and rather get a $10 bill back. I took my changes and left and went to the King Taco down the street.
It took me less than 5 minutes to get to King Taco at Rosemead Blvd & Washington Blvd, as I went directly from Wal-Mart to King Taco. I order some stuff and was going to pay for the order. When I look in my wallet, I only had $2 left.
So it seems the cashier only gave me the coins back but not my $10. The receipt said that she gave me $10.37 back but I only have $2 in my wallet and never got the $10 back from the cashier. It seems she rip me off $10 and I can??t go back to Wal-Mart to get my $10 back since I already walk out of the store and can no longer prove that she did not gave me the $10 back.
This has happen to me before at other retailers where the cashier did not give me the paper change and when I confront the cashier, they give it back to me pretending that they forgot.
I don??t know if Wal-Mart doesn??t pay their employees enough that they would rip the customer off to increase their income or if the employees do it regardless of how much Wal-Mart pay them. But if it is because Wal-Mart don't pay their employees enough, then I can understand why every where Wal-Mart goes, the locals fight the expansion of Wal-Mart into their neighborhood. Even right now Wal-Mart is trying to expand into Burbank, and the locals are fighting Wal-Mart expansion.
As I only have $2 left, I cancel the order at King Taco and left. I went and withdraw my money from the ATM and went to get a bite at another restaurant in one of the neighboring city, as Pico Rivera now left a bad taste in my mouth.
Wal-Mart of Pico Rivera might be able to rip me off $10, but they will never get a dime of business from me again. There are other Wal-Mart in Rosemead, Paramount, Norwalk, etc that I can shop at. And of course there is the Target on Whittier Blvd & Rosemead Blvd. But if you go to Wal-Mart of Pico Rivera, make sure to check all the total and count every pennies of change afterward.
And I think it is a good practice to check all the total and count every pennies of change in any case, but especially if you shop at Wal-Mart Pico Rivera. I myself will not be shopping at Wal-Mart Pico Rivera so it does not matter now, just you people who will shop at Wal-Mart Pico Rivera.

Update 11/02/2011

I was in the San Fernando Valley today and on the way back, I stop by the Cosco Los Feliz to get a snack at the Food Court.
I have been cautious after the incident at Wal-Mart so when I purchase the snack at Cosco Food Court, I was wary. I gave them $10 and they gave me back change as if I gave them $5. I confronted them and they pretend it like I gave them $5. As I have been wary since this incident at Wal-Mart, I was adamant that it was a $10. Seeing that I was determine, she gave me back the $5 they try to stiff me.
I don't know if these are random event or if it is an organize crime activities, as the frequency is too high to be just a random event. $5 here, $10 there can add up to quite a sum of money for an organize criminal enterprise. And if it is an organized crime activities, how do they select their targets and how do they operate.
In any case, keep a count of the changes everywhere, not just Wal-Mart Pico Rivera, just in case this is an organize crime activities.

Update 11/23/2011

On 11/15/2011 I was in North Hollywood. I did not have lunch and was hungry so I stopped by a McDonald on Victory Blvd near Woodman Ave. I went in and order lunch and it came up to $6 and some changes. I paid $20 + exact change and expecting $14 back. As I was on the alert from the incident here at Wal-Mart, when the cashier gave me back the change I look at it carefully. I notice she only gave me $4 back and I was missing the $10, which I immediately confront the cashier. Immediately she point to the receipt she put on the food tray that also has a $10 on top of it. It was as if she anticipated I would notice it and put it on the food tray. I guess if I did not notice it & put the money in my pocket, she would have just grab the $10 from the tray by sleight of hand and no one would have notice it for the better.
With the 3 events mentioned here and others I have notice before here, there is very high probability that this is an organized crime activities. And the way they are able to go from one business entity to another would be that they are "Shill" for some organization. So beware and they will go on to another unsuspecting victim.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to this Wal-Mart to purchase some items. After getting what I needed, I went to get in line. There was such a long line but I waited in line. And this is really weird as normally this Wal-Mart does not have a long line and you and get through check out real quick.
After waiting for awhile, I finally got up to the Cashier. She rings it up and the total came out to be $10.63. I had $23.00 so I gave the cashier $21.00 as I don??t have 63 cents in changes and I don??t want any $1 and rather get a $10 bill back. I took my changes and left and went to the King Taco down the street.
It took me less than 5 minutes to get to King Taco at Rosemead Blvd & Washington Blvd, as I went directly from Wal-Mart to King Taco. I order some stuff and was going to pay for the order. When I look in my wallet, I only had $2 left.
So it seems the cashier only gave me the coins back but not my $10. The receipt said that she gave me $10.37 back but I only have $2 in my wallet and never got the $10 back from the cashier. It seems she rip me off $10 and I can??t go back to Wal-Mart to get my $10 back since I already walk out of the store and can no longer prove that she did not gave me the $10 back.
This has happen to me before at other retailers where the cashier did not give me the paper change and when I confront the cashier, they give it back to me pretending that they forgot.
I don??t know if Wal-Mart doesn??t pay their employees enough that they would rip the customer off to increase their income or if the employees do it regardless of how much Wal-Mart pay them. But if it is because Wal-Mart don't pay their employees enough, then I can understand why every where Wal-Mart goes, the locals fight the expansion of Wal-Mart into their neighborhood. Even right now Wal-Mart is trying to expand into Burbank, and the locals are fighting Wal-Mart expansion.
As I only have $2 left, I cancel the order at King Taco and left. I went and withdraw my money from the ATM and went to get a bite at another restaurant in one of the neighboring city, as Pico Rivera now left a bad taste in my mouth.
Wal-Mart of Pico Rivera might be able to rip me off $10, but they will never get a dime of business from me again. There are other Wal-Mart in Rosemead, Paramount, Norwalk, etc that I can shop at. And of course there is the Target on Whittier Blvd & Rosemead Blvd. But if you go to Wal-Mart of Pico Rivera, make sure to check all the total and count every pennies of change afterward.
And I think it is a good practice to check all the total and count every pennies of change in any case, but especially if you shop at Wal-Mart Pico Rivera. I myself will not be shopping at Wal-Mart Pico Rivera so it does not matter now, just you people who will shop at Wal-Mart Pico Rivera.

Update 11/02/2011

I was in the San Fernando Valley today and on the way back, I stop by the Cosco Los Feliz to get a snack at the Food Court.
I have been cautious after the incident at Wal-Mart so when I purchase the snack at Cosco Food Court, I was wary. I gave them $10 and they gave me back change as if I gave them $5. I confronted them and they pretend it like I gave them $5. As I have been wary since this incident at Wal-Mart, I was adamant that it was a $10. Seeing that I was determine, she gave me back the $5 they try to stiff me.
I don't know if these are random event or if it is an organize crime activities, as the frequency is too high to be just a random event. $5 here, $10 there can add up to quite a sum of money for an organize criminal enterprise. And if it is an organized crime activities, how do they select their targets and how do they operate.
In any case, keep a count of the changes everywhere, not just Wal-Mart Pico Rivera, just in case this is an organize crime activities.

Update 11/23/2011

On 11/15/2011 I was in North Hollywood. I did not have lunch and was hungry so I stopped by a McDonald on Victory Blvd near Woodman Ave. I went in and order lunch and it came up to $6 and some changes. I paid $20 + exact change and expecting $14 back. As I was on the alert from the incident here at Wal-Mart, when the cashier gave me back the change I look at it carefully. I notice she only gave me $4 back and I was missing the $10, which I immediately confront the cashier. Immediately she point to the receipt she put on the food tray that also has a $10 on top of it. It was as if she anticipated I would notice it and put it on the food tray. I guess if I did not notice it & put the money in my pocket, she would have just grab the $10 from the tray by sleight of hand and no one would have notice it for the better.
With the 3 events mentioned here and others I have notice before here, there is very high probability that this is an organized crime activities. And the way they are able to go from one business entity to another would be that they are "Shill" for some organization. So beware and they will go on to another unsuspecting victim.

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I took my family friend's son to take pictures. It was very smooth experince. I loved the pictures. Customer service very fair if not excellent. This is one of the Wal Mart that is not as crowded as some of the other ones I've been to so you're sure to get parking and short lines on check out desks.

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I took my family friend's son to take pictures. It was very smooth experince. I loved the pictures. Customer service very fair if not excellent. This is one of the Wal Mart that is not as crowded as some of the other ones I've been to so you're sure to get parking and short lines on check out desks.

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