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By: John M.
Walmart Supercenter
This store has some real problems. Product availability and selection as well as customer service, are problems in the Senatobia store. It has become such a problem, I have chosen to drive farther just to patronize a separate store. Kay's market in Senatobia is my reliable local standby and I genuinely hope that Walmart fixes this store, soon.
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By: Meme W.
B & H Motors, LLC
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By: Debbie B.
Extreme Auto Sales
They might as well say 15 minute warranty. After you leave the lot: Larry will not even take your call!! Liars and cheats! ! Less than a week the tire they said was fixed was flat! The battery had to be replaced and the catalytic converter has to be replaced!! Great going Larry!!!!
By: Leslie R.
Extreme Auto Sales
I inquired about a price on a truck at this dealer..was informed that price would be determined after i filled out an application..i understand that down pmt and interest rates should be affected by this but not selling price..justin would not even talk to me any further and was rude ..steer clear of this lot ..if i have something for sale your credit doesnt affect my price ..only your ability to pay
By: punkie.smith.9
Diamond Auto Sales
Their cars are junk I have had problems with mine from day one the will tell you anything to get you to buy the car their cars are from up north they have rust in them!!!! I would never refer anyone to them
By: cassandra.simpson.1069
Walmart Supercenter
this was a disappoinment i talk to and rep on the witch was helpful and i was switch to a manager i ask was they standing by their ad the response was they decided to let the laptops and the 32in go early not upholding the ad thats not fair to other accommadations should have came in place some where i drove 42miles standing in line still did not get my labtop or 32in out of all stores walmart something should have came in play the 2nd ast. said we honor our ads long as we do not let the item go before time that was unture i talked to a manager while standing in line at 9:02:31 to be correct labtops and 32in was purchase where the accommadation rain checks come in at, there were none unfair people had 2 and 3 tvs and 1and 2 labtops not fair when you drive that fair uphold your ads
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