WalMart Customer Service


Walmart Customer Service Phone Number for Support and Help.

Walmart Boasts Low Prices on Top Brands in Computers, TVs, Toys, GPS, Video Games, DVDs, Music, Apparel, Housewares, iPod, Photo, and Groceries.

Walmart started with one discount store in Arkansas owned by Sam Walton. Since that time, Walmart has grow to be the largest retailer in the world. 

Worldwide Walmart operates as Asada in the UK, Seiyu Group in Japan, and Best Price in India. Walmart also operates in Canada, Mexico, South America, and South Africa.

More Walmart Phone Numbers

Customer Feedback: 1-800-925-6278

Walmart Credit Card: 1-877-294-7880

Walmart Discover Card: 1-866-611-1148

Walmart MoneyCard: 1-877-937-4098

Walmart Visa Gift Card: 1-866-633-9096

Sam’s Club: 1-800-964-1917

Investor Relations: 1-479-273-6463

Walmart is a traditional retailer that has embraced online shopping and social media. Listed below are their social media accounts. Walmart customer service is rated very high for their stores and they pride themselves on great customer service. Let them know in our comment section or on Social media.

Walmart Social Media

Walmart on Twitter

Walmart on Facebook

Walmart on Instagram

Walmart has expanded into other brands. Brands like Allswell, Bonobos, Hayneedle, Jet, Modcloth, MooseJaw, Sam’s Club,, Ozark Trail and VUDU.


Walmart Customer Service
Walmart Customer Service



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  • has walmart stopped selling swamp people ?? and if so why ? i love the show and can,t gind it,,this is really making me and a lot of people very very mad !!!

  • I ordered a Panasonic electric shaver and it came through a third party vendor. The shaver never worked. I Walmart was no help and I called Panasonic customer service for their supposed guarantee and was told that I would be charged 9.95 for the call.

  • “On Wednesday, I was shopping at Wal Mart mart store in Mt. Olive NC 28365. I dropped a bottle of vinegar and the glass shattered. There was no one on that particular aisle at that moment so I went to the deli area to ask an employee to please find someone to clean the area. I was afraid someone would get hurt. Just as I got to the deli area__I felt something on my foot I looked down and I was standing in a puddle of blood. I think a little shard of glass punctured a vein. Then I called for help for myself. Bob, an assistant manager in the store came running as well as several other employees who brought bandages and paper towels. Bob tightly wound paper towels and bandages around my foot and applied pressure. We live close to the store __I called my husband and daughter and by the time they arrived, Bob had the bleeding in check. Bob asked if I would like for him to call the rescue, but I declined.

    All the people who helped me were wonderful and I just wanted you to know. Thank you.”

  • I received a check in the mail from Walmart for doing online work. I did not ask for this job!!!!! I will tear up check they sent. I tried to e-mail them and call and I could get no one to talk to me. It said on the paper to e-mail or [email protected], but it would not go through. I am 65 and I have cancer so not interested in the job.

  • I have had it with you! The employees don’t seem to want to help. won’t even answer questions. All the employees do is stand around and talk to each other. I couldn’t even get the price on an item I thought about buying. No answers to any questions! Last time for me.

  • I want to give recognition to Trent McAdams,who works at Wall Mart in Montrose a night stocker. He is more than helpful he,walks you to the product if necessary,extremley respectful,and polite with his yes mame, an no mames, he’s a perfect example of what our youth ought to be. A refreshing example to those around him.Kudos to him! Thanks,Jean Jsmes

  • I will not do business with Walmart any more unless this “I’m not a robot is taken off.” It takes me a long time to get by this waste of time. Whatever executive thought of this is a jerk. Sincerely, Joel Jacobs

  • On or about February 27 I ordered online checks. Just as I had finished the screen went blank and I was unable to retrieve a copy of my order. Not knowing if you received the order I would appreciate knowing if you did. Can’t seem to find phone number to check on my order. HELP!

  • Wal-Mart I purchased an Ozark Trail flashlight for a gift one year ago Christmas. The on/off button has a short. I have searched online for a place to find a replacement part for it. I took it to my local store- they could not help me as they did not have one of these lights in stock. My main concern is that they were not able to furnish me with ANY information on how to get a replacement switch. No phone number I could call- nothing. Reason being that the Ozark Trail brand is made for Walmart and parts are manufactured all over. If this is the case, I will not be purchasing any more Ozark Trail products. This was not a cheap flashlight. I am not happy with this. I figured the light only had a year warranty- but I never thought you would not be able to have it repaired should anything happen to it. I am including the (or i believe to be) the part number for this light TL 1KPO .

  • I ordered two items online. did not inform me that what I was buying were actually third party items. I paid Walmart but was told in order to return the items I would have to deal with the third party seller, seems a little fraudulent to me. I called and was actually rudely hung up on by a customer service representative. This has caused me frustration and now has lost a customer. I will also try to find other places to shop other than Walmart. Sam Walton is turning over in his grave.

  • I often shop at Walmart. Rarely been disappointed in anything I have purchased. But the Walmart located at 9745 Roosevelt Blvd. in Philadelphia, PA was a disasterous experience. First time in the store and I was surprised at how disorganized it was, employees walking all over the place with nothing in their hands and getting more in the way of customers than anything; as I approached one, it was truly an annoyance and she did turn down another aisle to avoid me. It was not my imagination becuase I had someone with me and was told….I think you were being ignored. No one knew where I was suppose to go. I asked for a ruler. employee: ‘a what’. Me: a ruler, employee: I have no idea what that is. Me: OMW, I almost fainted. A customer told me it would be in the office supplies. I figured it would be there, but where the jerkens was office supplies. Found it. I always thought pointing was rude, but apparently the employees are trained to point to the area you want. I strongly suggest you have a managers meeting with your staff and inform them of some of these facts.

  • The Walmart store in my community of Zion, Illinois has a practice of only having check-out registers open at one end of the store. If you walk in one set of doors you have to go to the other end of the store to check out. Because they only have a few registers open the customers are always more than 5 deep waiting to check out, I have talked to the store manager many times but nothing has changed. I have said to the managers if you are not going to have registers open at one end of the store than lock the doors so you only have doors open that are near check out counters. I have never seen this practice at other Walmart stores.

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