HEB complaints number & email.

HEB
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by Mike on HEB
General operations of stores
City where company is located (optional): San Antonio

HEB spends hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to convince us the public that there is something special and unique about the shopping experience hence their catchphrase my H-E-B. My H-E-B, what a comforting and cheerful heart; not true let me tell you about my H-E-B doing the coronavirus pandemic. Armed guards at the stores, people following you around as if you were a criminal, Observing you movements and what you come into contact with, and a stupid policy of forcing their customers to wear a face mask after our governor has said that we do not have to. Plexiglass shields around all the cash registers so now we have no social interaction with the employees of HEB- hell I might as well be placing my order online if I don’t want any human interaction at all. Rude and stressed out employees, that are being obviously forced to be there. The service stinks, the employees are rude, the prices are rising exponentially and the one that suffers is the customer. HEB has become too big with no competition to keep them working and earning your business; conversations with management level people is a complete waist of time; they judge you from the paradigm of “ how dare you complain about a sacred Texas business”. I hope people wake up and decide that there are other places to shop, where businesses are happy and feel blessed for your business; HEB does not honor your efforts to support there business- on the contrary, they expect your business. That’s what Monopoly’s do

HEB complaints number & email

Complaint Phone number: 1 (800) 432-3113

Complaint Email:

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Website: https://www.heb.com/

Head Office address: 646 S Flores St, San Antonio, TX 78204

Get verified information about HEB complaints email & Phone number. If you wish to complain to the HEB, then call the complaints line on 1 (800) 432-3113. Should this not effect a satisfactory resolution to your complaint, then you can take the matter further by following the company's complaints procedure.

HEB complaints email & Phone number

How to make a Complaint to HEB

Call the HEB on their complaint number in the first instance on 1 (800) 432-3113. If this does not resolve the issue for you, then you should write to the HEB via the online form on their website or by letter and proceed through their complaints handling process.

HEB complaint contacts like Phone, email and support form

Complaint via Phone number : 1 (800) 432-3113

Complaint via Email :

The Complaint via  Support Form: HEB Support Form

HEB complaint website : www.heb.com

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HEB Corporate Head Office address

646 S Flores St, San Antonio, TX 78204

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About HEB

H-E-B is an American privately held supermarket chain, with more than 350 stores throughout the U.S. state of Texas, as well as in northeast Mexico. The company also operates Central Market, an upscale organic and fine foods retailer. H-E-B was named Retailer of the Year in 2010 by Progressive Grocer.

More contact number’s of HEB

Curbside Help: 1-855-803-0611
Home Delivery: 1-855-803-0611
San Antonio, Texas: 210-938-8357

Products & Services

Products

Bakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, gasoline, general grocery, meat, pharmacy, produce, seafood, snacks

Services

Auto health, fuel, ticket sales, utilities, and licenses

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HEB
Average rating:  
 1 reviews
by Mike on HEB
General operations of stores
City where company is located (optional): San Antonio

HEB spends hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to convince us the public that there is something special and unique about the shopping experience hence their catchphrase my H-E-B. My H-E-B, what a comforting and cheerful heart; not true let me tell you about my H-E-B doing the coronavirus pandemic. Armed guards at the stores, people following you around as if you were a criminal, Observing you movements and what you come into contact with, and a stupid policy of forcing their customers to wear a face mask after our governor has said that we do not have to. Plexiglass shields around all the cash registers so now we have no social interaction with the employees of HEB- hell I might as well be placing my order online if I don’t want any human interaction at all. Rude and stressed out employees, that are being obviously forced to be there. The service stinks, the employees are rude, the prices are rising exponentially and the one that suffers is the customer. HEB has become too big with no competition to keep them working and earning your business; conversations with management level people is a complete waist of time; they judge you from the paradigm of “ how dare you complain about a sacred Texas business”. I hope people wake up and decide that there are other places to shop, where businesses are happy and feel blessed for your business; HEB does not honor your efforts to support there business- on the contrary, they expect your business. That’s what Monopoly’s do