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Business Description
CVS Pharmacy in Atlanta, GA does more than fill your prescription drugs. You can buy stamps, household items and shop weekly specials on personal care, cosmetics, vitamins, baby items, and more!
Hours

Regular Hours

Open 24 Hours:

Services/Products
  • Greeting Cards
  • Vitamins
  • First Aid Supplies
Brands
American Greetings, home health, now
Payment method
all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
Location
Brookwood Vlg
Neighborhoods
Buckhead, Brookwood Hills
Categories
Pharmacies, First Aid Supplies, Greeting Cards, Health & Wellness Products, Photo Finishing, Optical Goods, Cosmetics & Perfumes, Health & Diet Food Products
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Bike Parking: No

Price Range : Average

COUPONS & DEALS

No coupons available

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Marge S.

11/27/2014

Overall

When my partner and I normally pickup prescriptions from the pharmacy, we are usually helped by Ben, which is normally why we shop at this pharmacy because it is convenient and the staff is normally friendly. However, this past Thanksgiving, 11/27/2014, I was utterly shocked by how rude the tall dark haired manager was. When I tried to pick up my prescription, I noticed a "This register is closed" sign, so I went to the consultation area to see where I could get my medication and in a condescending and snarky tone, he said: "Where it says pickup." In addition, Paula, the young lady who serviced me, wasn't any better. She actually seemed like she hated her job and the customers. While I was standing in line with other products in hand, she shouted: "You know, it will be quicker to go to the front to checkout!" It wasn't what she said but the way it was said. In addition, when ringing up my order, she didn't greet me, smile or even say "Have a good day." It was as if I were an inconvenience.

rfowler

01/20/2011

Overall
Worst CVS in Atlanta

I have been to many CVS stores in North Georgia and this one is by far the worst of any. I had a coupon that would not be accepted. I was told the coupon was fake by the store manager. I informed him that I got it from Kodak directly. He said sorry, but it was a fake. I contacted 1800-shop-cvs and told them. They told me the coupon I had was indeed valid and to go back to the store and get refunded. I went back to the above store and once again told my coupon was fake. They didn't scan it or call the number on the coupon, but said we were told that there were no such coupons. I stated that I just called 1800 shop cvs, and they told me to come here and get my money back. Later I was contacted by the district manager and told that their LP guys said all the Kodak coupons were fake, and the one I had was fraudulant. I told him all my previous experiences and phone calls with his headquarters. He said I was incorrect. The next day I received a call from the district manager and told to come back and the coupon was indeed good. Someone from the head office told him that he was incorrect. I never got an apology from him for all my trouble or for him saying that I had a fake coupon. When one's integrity is challenged as it was in my case I was very heated. I have since not stepped foot into another cvs since this happend on Jan 4th. This store has left a sour taste in my mouth. Use at your own risk. I have since found a Rite Aid just down Collier and a Walgreens a little further down Peachtree.

iamjackie

04/08/2010

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Worse CVS In Atlanta, Emory Village

My expectations of CVSs are fairly low to begin with. However, today marks new feelings of hostility towards the one in in Emory Village when I bought a package of stale cracker jacks it came to a total of 1.01. When the manger gave me 99 cents back in change I said: really, you can't give me a dollar? She barked: I'm sorry?!

Ok. Technically she is the right to give my change back as exactly 99 freaking cents, but she was so nasty - her nostrils flared ('m not joking). Sometimes if you're not a 50 year old white lady/man in this town people feel they can treat you with less respect.

credo

10/14/2009

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Overall
crappy people skills

Tonight has been the worst experience at CVS for the last time and I have a problem with the same pharmacist each time so please be warned of the RUDE asinine young African American male. All I needed was for him to do his job?fill my prescription! But we could even start there with his rude attitude so I asked for the manager and he was just as unhelpful! I was so upset I just left empty handed. I warn you to just drive to the next nearest pharmacy where they hopeful have better people skills!!!

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