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CVS Pharmacy

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7607 Greenbelt Rd, Greenbelt, MD 20770

(301) 441-8811

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General Info
CVS Pharmacy in Greenbelt, MD 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!
Regular HoursOpen 24 Hours:
  • Greeting Cards
  • Vitamins
  • First Aid Supplies
home health, now
Payment method
debit, all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
Pharmacies, Cosmetics & Perfumes, First Aid Supplies, Greeting Cards, Health & Diet Food Products, Health & Wellness Products, Optical Goods, Photo Finishing
Other Information

Specialties: Dental Care, Books, Groceries, Gifts, Foot Care, Medicaid, Toys, Memorabilia, Collectibles, Magazines

Price Range : Below Average

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Parking: Lot, Private

Bike Parking: Yes


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On September 1st of 2011 I dec...

On September 1st of 2011 I decided to purchase a hair brush and deodorant because i was heading out of town. All the other stores in this area close early so i had no choice. On past visits, I've had the manager on duty ring me up and she always uses the counterfeit money detector pen when i pay. Mind you, I've lived in this neighborhood for 6 years, have been a loyal customer but yet get treated like a criminal. On this recent visit there were several people (females) in line, all were rung up without any incident or extra scrutinization. Without fail, as soon as i got to the counter, i got the same "pen" treatment. I believe this manager profiles black males. If it was once, i would say it's procedure, but everytime I've shopped there and she's cashier? That's profiling. I kept patronizing this establishment because i felt like that was the best way to confront her prejudice and racist antics. This is my first step and will be followed up by a letter to the corporate office. I've tried to be as reasonable as possible, but September 1st was my breaking point.