I mail-ordered new boxers. I live 50 miles from the discount department store. Even the Dollar Store is 12 miles away. http://bit.ly/13tWI8a
I ordered some new boxers because SWMBO kept telling me I didn’t need any. I have three pairs in my drawer. I live about 50 miles from the nearest generic American discount department stores. Even the Dollar Store is 12 miles away and it stocks only briefs, so I mail ordered.
Wallyworlddotcom advertises 97 cent shipping.
They doubled it for the two packs of underwear in my cart. That annoyed me so I tried to call. There is no Live Customer Service phone number on the Wallyworlddotcom contacts page. Plenty of email links. Plenty of FAQs. Plenty of “We have your back” helpfulness. No phone numbers. In fact, the Contact Us page shows explicitly that
There are two simple ways you can contact Wallyworld:
If you have questions about your order or about using Wallyworlddotcom, please email Wallyworlddotcom
For questions about store products, please email Wallyworld stores.
Contact Your Local Store
You can find the phone number for your local Walmart, along with store hours, by using our Store Finder.
Calling the local store is really gonna help with online sales. “Webmaster, you have a call on extension 327497268504778. Please pick up 327497268504778, please.” After a little Googling™, I found this at contacthelp.com:
Customer Service – Live Help
How to reach a live person:
Dial 238 as soon as the automated greeting begins
(it is not necessary to wait for the menu options)
Except it is necessary to wait for the menu options, because dialing 238 before the auto attend finishes talking caused her to say “I’m sorry but I’m unable to complete your call at this time. Please try your call again at a later time. Good bye.”
Anyway, the live rep ‘splained to me that Wallyworlddotcom’s advertised 97 cent shipping charge is per item. “Scammed again,” I said as I slammed down the phone.
They got even. When I completed the order the item arrival date which had started out as Wed., Jun. 12, through today, had a red flag:
Item arrival date has changed has changed
Ships Standard / Arrives by Wed., Jun. 19
I sooooo love shopping there.
“I was going to search Amazon for your undies,” Liz Arden told me. “I don’t like Wallyworld shopping at all — online or off, although I do go there for stuff. I just … dislike it.”
I agree about Wallyworld, but it is often the only game in town for me and (usually) somewhat not too too inconvenient.
Amazon has a Hanes store but I AM™ pugnaciously parsimonious. The cheapest I found there was $11.01 with FREE Shipping when sold by NY Lingerie and fulfilled by Amazon. Another seller has a slightly different white boxer for slightly more but not in my size.
Wally charged me $9.97 for the package of three, shipped, and I got a story out of it but paying Amazon the extra couple of bucks would have been faster and easier. Thank goodness today is laundry day.