Pawnshops: 10 Things to Know »
Most people think of pawn stores as a way to make cash quickly or a place to buy an inexpensive ring. In reality, they're a lot more complex than simple buy-and-sell transactions…
I stopped by there as I live In the WJ area and needed to fill my ambien. I have filled at a few pharmacies in the area, and it's never been a problem. As I always do so legally, have insurance that monitors what and how often it's filled, as do all the pharmacies. They are all so tightly regulated - that it's basically impossible to double fill. With that said- I had a legitimate ambien Rx that I knew I would be able to fill and pick up in approx 1 week to be at 90%.I called back and spoke to a few techs and none of them could find my Rx. They basically lost it! It was over the weekend, so I waited until Monday to speak with The Pharmacy manager (Ty). My experience only worsened after I talked to this other wise parasite of a human being. I've never been so horribly insulted and blatenetly disregarded at not only a pharmacy- but at any corporation, EVER! He was very quick to judge, rude, passive aggressive and didn't even apologize for LOOSING MY AMBIEN PRESCRIPTION! So now I have to take ANOTHER day off work, pay ANOTHER copay, and explain to my doctor that Harmons LOST the Rx he wrote for me 2 weeks prior. The techs I talked so somewhat apologized/ but this 'Ty' jerk needs to learn how to do his job. I would advise anyone who fills any schedule III medications to steer clear of Harmons in West Jordan on Redwood and 105th.
Nice little place to shop and visit. The customer service is normal. I don't know about what other people think, it is nice, compared to the supercenters, I like the smaller stores.