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Juanita Bay Pharmacy

13520 100th Avenue NE Suite 90 
Kirkland, WA 98034
Phone: (425) 821-4009
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by pforland at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 2/6/2012
Bad Post Office Service Great Gifts
I wouldn't recommend the post office customer service but they do have great gift items. Quirky cards and stylish and clever gifts. They also have a fantastic array of injury equipment such as crutches and wheel chairs. The front counter is very pleasant, but Sue in the post office seems to always have a chip on her shoulder. She is obviously not happy working in a post office/gift shop/pharmacy. They need to hire someone that is more pleasant to interract with!
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by shoegirl804 at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 10/18/2011
I agree with previous negative reviews...
The folks that work here are not the friendliest people. They hate children and run the place like a military area. Strict rules for everything and where you can stand and such. The post office line is inefficient at best and most of the staff are indifferent if not downright rude. Even if I need medical supplies (as I do right now) I will avoid this store unless they are the only store in the area that has my item. When I first moved to this neighborhood I wanted to patronize a local shop rather than the chain drugstoresbut it is not worth it. Superior prices and service (and fewer ""rules"") at the chain stores. ...
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by jojimbo at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 12/14/2010
We will never come back here!
My wife just came home in tears! She went to this post office as it was the closest that we found online. I am writing this as she is too upset and has asked me not to call the jerk involved to give him a piece of my mind. According to her there was a line to wait for the small post office window and a couple of people happened to be standing over it. An older - I won't say gentleman - barked that they have to stand behind the line. When it was her turn she got her stamps and was informed that she would have to add the stamps on the table to the side - on the 'wrong' side of the line. My wife was told to hand it back to the woman behind the counter when done. The jerk came back and barked, ""Wait behind the line!"" She replied that she was just using the table for the stamps and was waiting to hand the letter to the woman behind the counter and he yelled, ""Behind the line!"" My wife tells me she felt assaulted with this jerk's anger. I don't know how these people stay in business with this kind of behavior but we will never go back thereseems like we are not the only ones who have experienced this rudeness. Why take a chance with this place.\r...
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by KKBB at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 11/26/2010
I have to agree...
This is a locally owned business and I still have not figured out why they are still around when fair prices and humane service seem to be important to most people. It must be an extreme adversion to driving to a larger store. When I have really, really needed to save time I use the post office here. The owners have a fake leg hanging out of a box prominently dislplayed at the counter that says ""The last rude customer"". I have always found this puzzeling because the woman who owns this place is truely and consistantly most unpleasant. A few years back during the holidays and the ground covered in snow, there were over a dozen people in line to mail packages, a young woman went up to the line (she dared not cross the tape on the carpet which instructs customers to stay there while the person ahead of them is at the counter) She had several packages and presented a check, to which the owner very tersely said ""No checks!"" The young woman went on to say she was a student at the U of W and these were her families Christmas gifts and she did not have cash on her and that she was from Spokane, the owner practically shouted ""No checks, no exceptions!"" The young woman left in tears. You could have heard a pin drop, I was too stunned to try to intervene and I think of the experience nearly every time I drive by. I remind myself that the post office at Carillon Point is never very busy and the extra drive is actually a gift to have a look at Lake WA. The other thing I always ponder when I drive by Juanita Bay Pharmacy is Karma.
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by TopChef at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 9/1/2010
CAUTION HERE!!
NOT EVEN WORTH ONE STAR. RUDE, ARROGANT AND WAY OVERPRICED, DOES NOT RETURN PHONE CALLS PROMPTLY, WATCH OUT FOR THE GAL AT THE POST OFFICE COUNTER SHE WILL RIP YOU OFF IF YOU ARE NOT PAYING ATTENTION.
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