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Target Pharmacy

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2055 W Park Pl Blvd
Stone Mountain, GA 30087
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(770) 498-5886
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Amazing customer appreciation and service! We've been going to STarget in Stone Mountain for about 18 months now. We started out going twice a month, and still going to other ...

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I went to Target today to buy a high end calculator that I needed for a math class that I'm taking. this particular calculator (TI-89) costs $150. You have to get an associate to...

Excellent customer service, very kind staff 10/6/2008

Amazing customer appreciation and service! We've been going to STarget in Stone Mountain for about 18 months now. We started out going twice a month, and still going to other grocery outlets and other "household" stores. Gradually, this has become our one stop, Sat or Sun every week, store. From our son being treated kindly and often greeted by name - from everyone in the store - optician to deli, store clerks to mgmt - and my wife and I being served and assisted promptly for any requests, I have to say this is our new store of choice for both sundry items and groceries. I've been to a wide variety of "Super Stores" and to many "discount stores" and myriad grocery chains - and none of them, not even places like Trader Joe's, treat you as well as we're treated here. It always surprises me to see the parking lot so empty, and yet the ones at Publix and Kroger so full. Pros: great staff, helpful, kind, real Cons: in and out from parking lot is a pain more

Worst experience EVER! 7/2/2008

I went to Target today to buy a high end calculator that I needed for a math class that I'm taking. this particular calculator (TI-89) costs $150. You have to get an associate to use a key and unlock it, then they take it from the shelf straight to the register where they either ring it up themselves or hand it directly to the cashier. When I got home and pulled it out of the bag, I noticed that the back of the packaging had been cut open. Upon a closer examination, I could see that the entire package had been neatly cut in particular places allowing the product and the manual to be removed and replaced with little disturbance to the packaging. It was very cleverly done and all the cuts were done along the the factory seals. Once I finished examining the packaging I didn't even bother to look at the calculator itself, I went straight back to the Target from which I had made my purchase. I told the clerk at the "Guest Services" what had happened and she sent me back to get another one.During the time I was gone the manager claimed to have reviewed the security tapes and had located the clerk that initially sold me the old opened calculator and asked her what condition it was in when she sold it. Of course to save her self, instead of admitting that neither of us bothered to look, she declared that it was in pristine condition when she sold it. They also concluded that the video confirmed that the packaging was new and the time of purchase. (keep in mind that it wasn't sliced down the middle or anything obvious like that. After all, both me and the associate who sold it to me missed carefully made cut marks) The manager rips open the rest of the package thoroughly examines the calculator itself. This was the first time I had seen the actual product and I was MORTIFIED!!! It was filthy, the batteries were missing, and there was ink all over it. The manager refused to take it back. more
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  • In Short
    Red-shirted salespeople guide shoppers through the bright, well organized stores. From housewares to lawn care, Target stores are always clean and welcoming. And with clothing lines by Mossimo and Isaac Mizrahi and housewares designed by noted architect Michael Graves, it satisfies budget-conscious college students and as well as young families.

  • 7/21/2008 Provided by Citysearch

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