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The Walgreens in AR would not sell me sudafed- it is the only thing that relieves pressure in sinus & ear pressure. The tech said they would require a prescription from me because I have not filled any prescriptions there recently. My insurance only pays for mail...
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Anonymous
#928111

Walmart in Cabot Arkansas refused to sell me Sudafed without a prescription and I have severe allergies and get a lot of sinus infections and it can take 2 weeks to get a Dr a...

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Location
Jacksonville, Arkansas
Review #352933 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Walgreens in Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Inviting Robbery/Burglary

While on line at Walgreens today. Several people in front of me decided to sign up for the new rewards card. Great, but unfortunately every time someone signs up or uses their card, ALL of their personal information is displayed on the screen for anyone who is observing to see. This is a disgrace! Especially from the very same company that pioneered the computerized networked pharmacy over 30 years ago. How is it possible that this was overlooked. Standing in front of me was an elderly woman. As she signed up, her name, address, telephone number, and more, was displayed in plain sight for anyone who might be interested in such information to see. What a shameful lack of security! And even when the card is used again in the future, during every transaction your personal information is displayed again. i'm an honest man with no criminal intention. But someone less honorable will soon see this as an opportunity to commit a crime, if it has not happened already. Shame on you, Walgreens. I wouldn't let my Mother sign up for that rewards card if you gave her $100.00
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Location
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Review #352798 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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I purchased a can of these nuts 2 days ago. When my sister stated choking I assumed it was from one of the nuts. Wrong. I looked at the can and noticed that the plastic on the interior of the can had peeled off and there were plastic bits within the can. Great. ...
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Location
Bronxville, New York
Loss
$4
Review #352182 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Walgreens in Doylestown, Pennsylvania - Would not fill my prescreption

Tried to fill a legitimate prescription they told me they were out of stock came back later when a different staff was on duty suddenly they had the medication this has happened several times this caused me to have to suffer pain not acceptable I want this problem resolved I have been a Walgreens customer for many years I was told to come back when a different pharmacist was on duty ridiculus I would rather not have to file a complaint with the pharmacy board! I understand when an agency pharmacist is used they said I don't feel comfortable filling this prescription regardless they should fill it and not lie and tell me they are out of stock !
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Location
Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Review #352073 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Walgreens poor service

The worst service you can imagine is at Walgreens on 14616 Memorial Dr. Houston. Pharmacist and people working in the pharmacy don't care for the patients. My wife was in pain and went to get 4 prescribed medicines. I went to collect them, without knowing I should pick 4 medicines. I was given 2 medicines and no information. The prescription for the other 2 medicines was kept by the pharmacist that had told my wife she was going to speak to the doctor to find an alternative for one of them and to get a correction of one that was prescribed as cream when only ointment was available. Nobody told my wife that they would not even try to talk to the doctor that today because it was already past 6PM. Nobody told her that she would suffer paint until the following day without 2 out of 4 medicines. Nobody told me that I was only picking half of the prescription. After waiting for 30 minutes on the phone and being disconnected by Helper by the name of Adora, I had to go to the store in person to recover the prescription for the 2 medicines. I was given excuses for the misbehavior and lack of care by pharmacist Patrice. The whole store should be ashamed of the behavior of their employees. It is very sad to see young people such as the persons I mentioned that don't care for elder people!!!!
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Houston, Texas
Review #351971 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Walgreens in Tyler, Texas - Wrong rx

my wife was given the wrong Rx ie blood perssure med could have killed her the mgr's sollution was to giv her a 25$ gift card the walgreens on sunset ave in rocky mount nc has the sorriest service anywhere even though they are supposed to be one of the bussuest stores on the east coast and the manager s job is to cover the dist managers butt so the bottom line looks good *** the costomer have spoken whith the manager several times he seams to care on the phone but i guess he only cares about his job
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Location
Tyler, Texas
Loss
$10000
Review #351906 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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My doctor has me on a pain contract due to my SI joint issue and osteoarthritis in both my knees. I started off on Norco 10/325 4x daily and was on that for a year before I developed more pain issues. Now...my doctor is not one of those docs that its easy to get meds...
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healea
#565425

What\'s even better???????????? When I was at Walgreens, there WAS a pharmacist there who I really liked...he always treated me with respect...but he quit. since I switched ov...

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Location
Eugene, Oregon
Review #351413 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Walgreens Rewards Program Uses Your Pharmacy Information

10/12/2012 I stopped going to Walgreens years ago due to extreme lack of customer service and huge delays in filling prescriptions. However, my spouse continues to accept retail abuse from this place. All of his prescriptions are filled here. I went there yesterday with him as he needed to purchase two non-prescription items which were on sale. The cashier rang the items up and the sale price did not register. Now Walgreens has a new program...you must have a Walgreens shopper card to get sale prices. So easy...just enter your phone number and presto! He entered his phone number. Since my husband is a Walgreens pharmacy customer up popped his address and date of birth. It seems that the shopper card is coordinated with the customer's pharmacy information. Is this an invasion of privacy? Yes it is. A customer's pharmacy information should remain in the pharmacy and not in Walgreens central data system. So beware if you use Walgreens pharmacy. Walgreens obviously uses your personal information for other than prescription purchases.
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Phoenix, Arizona
Review #351385 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Walgreens in San Francisco, California - TV Ad for Nail Polish

I'm a public health professional. Walgreen's is running an ad in which a woman is purchasing nail polish at Walgreens. She's wearing high heels without stockings. She comes home and removes her shoes. She lays out her nail polishes on the coffee table. She puts her feet on the table and paints her toes. Her funky feet have been in high heels and then go on a coffee table! She hasn't washed her hands, prepped her toenails, or put down a towel. The scene is unsanitary and sends a horrible message that an otherwise clean looking woman can have grotesque habits about personal hygiene that are disguised by a whimsical personality.
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San Francisco, California
Review #351158 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Walgreens rediculous phone policy

I called the Walgreens located at 15990 ANNAPOLIS RD, Bowie MD 20715 to ask if they had a specific medication in stock. There is a national shortage of this medication and its generic version. I was told that they could not tell me over the phone what medications they have in stock. I explained that I had called other pharmacies and they did not have an issue with checking their inventory while I waited on the phone. The "supervisor" told me once again that the stores policy is not to disclose the types of medication they have in stock. So, Walgreens suggestion for my dilemma..... drive to each Walgreens location in my area and ask them in person the check their local inventory. Here is my solution.....call Rite Aid, CVS, or Wal-Mart; their staff was extremely helpful and willing to check their inventory as well as other locations in the area. In the future, I will drive past multiple Walgreens stores to give their competitors my business. I have special needs children and, as a result, I spend several hundreds of dollars per month on medications. Walgreens' lack of customer service indicates that they must be doing so well that they don't need to keep me as a customer.
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Location
Hanover, Maryland
Review #350790 is a subjective opinion of poster.