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bloomingdale illinois store. not even close to enough carts for disabled people.

even employees agree twice as many are needed. if i cant come, i dont buy. Hello walmart. they have carts.

why is one hundred words necessary? this is a *** requirement for a complaint. the idea of a hundred words is rediculous. word,word, word, word, word, word, word, word, word, word, word, word, word, word, word, word,word, word,word,word,word, word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word,word.

friends romans, citizens, lend me your ears, i come to bury ceasar not to praise him.

the evil we do lives after them. the good is oft enterre with their bones, so it was with ceasar.

Product or Service Mentioned: Costco Customer Care.

Reason of review: Poor customer service.

Preferred solution: buy more electric carts.

Costco Cons: No carts.

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OP:

Regarding the electric carts...

The ADA only requires that any disabled customer or employee be able to enter a place of business.

The ADA left it up to the individual business whether or not they want to provide electric carts. Those carts are provided as a courtesy.

However, the ADA did not make a law stating that every business must provide electric carts, and so it is not a requirement that any business must provide electric carts.

Electric carts cost money to buy and money to replace. Where I work at I have seen these carts abandoned outside the store in the parking lot as well as inside the store. At that point the carts will not move. So you can blame to customers who use these carts for that one.

The same problem happens at Walmart too. So will you complain about Walmart too?