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O’Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey

Are you satisfied with O’Reilly Auto Parts? What progress can O’Reilly make to serve you better? Share your feedback and suggestions with O’Reilly Auto Parts and take the sweepstakes to win $5,000 cash prize. The sweepstakes is open to legal residents of the USA and the District of Columbia who are 18 years of age or older at the time of entry.

O’Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey Guide

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O'Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey

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O'Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey

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O'Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey

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O'Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey

About O’Reilly Auto Parts
O’Reilly Auto Parts is an American auto parts retailer located in Springfield, Missouri, United States. The company currently operates in most of U.S. states offering competitive prices and quality products as well as services.

Reference Links:

  1. O’Reilly Auto Parts Customer Satisfaction Survey Link: www.oreillycares.com
  2. O’Reilly Auto Parts official Site: www.oreillyauto.com

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Rating 2.69votes

  1. Rated 4
    says:

    I like the new layout of the service counters

  2. Rated 1
    says:

    I bought a raidator Janurary 18, 2019 for a 2007 Ford Ranger.Got it put on noticed later it was leaking around the neck. Took it back on FEBURARY 16, 2019 this one is doing the same thing. Have not even drove it. Y husband called they said the only thing that they can do is replace it. I gave.167.00 for it.I would rather have my money refunded by back. I will never shop there again.

  3. Rated 5
    says:

    Thank you

  4. Rated 5
    says:

    Very informative

  5. Rated 1
    says:

    Horrible service at your20869 Eva St. Montgomery,Tx location very unprofessional no one bothered to ask if we needed help. Didn’t great us at all at the counter took payment from what I found on my own. A very rascis store just because your in the country doesn’t mean you can be rude to Hispanics and Black people. I will never go back I will rather use Auto Zone or Advance auto parts over your place. The bad part is that I’m in the dealership parts department business and I have never treated anybody like this. I’m pretty sure this guy was the so called manager Christian P. is his name . I don’t need an apology at all just treat ppl with respect and at least act like you enjoy or like your job. Very nice to all the white ppl coming in except us it’s very obvious. I might be Hispanic but I am a US citizen born and raise in Texas all my life.
    New management is what I recommend

  6. Rated 1
    says:

    Great service with a smile

  7. Rated 4
    says:

    Love O’Reilly’s

  8. Rated 1
    says:

    Trying to get to your link given by the store receipt is bunk.
    OREILLYAUTO. COM/FEEDBACK with or without the space does not work. Thanks for 15 min of frustration

  9. Rated 1
    says:

    I called yesterday to see if your No. Spring Garden Ave, DeLand Florida location had generators. I was told that 5 generators would be delivered and available the next morning. I asked if we could prepay and pick up in the morning. Was told no. I was told that the generator I wanted was $100 above what it is listed on your site.
    GOUGING IS ILLEGAL.
    We have a catagory 5 hurricane hitting this weekend.
    I arrived at the locationat 6:40 a.m. ( saw employee inside). Waited until opening at 7:30 a.m. a very RUDE employee opened the door…5 people waiting…part of whom had been told there would be gas cans delivered along with the generators. THEY FLAT OUT LIED TO ALL OF US. The employee said ” we were supposed to get them but the corporate offices didn’t know how to fairly distribute them to every location. So, they didn’t send any. He was very rude when saying it. He could have easily opened the door and told us in the previous time ( almost an hour visibly waiting). Total customer service fail.
    If this is your standard for customer service. I will buy a new vehicle before I buy any other part or item from your stores.
    There are plenty of honorable auto parts stores in our area to choose from. His attitude and being lied to about generators, gouging and gas cans has been exposed on social media. Small towns like ours don’t put up with bad business practices.

  10. says:

    Of course you're absolutely right, John. I wonder whether the pu&seshirlb#39; argument is even that sound in purely financial terms. If you have a successful series, that's one thing – but what if you lay out a big advance for a trilogy, only to have the first book bomb? Haven't you then committed yourself to a money sink?And there are bound to be readers (like me) who have a special fondness for writers who do something different every time, like Geraldine McCaughrean and Frances Hardinge. What are we to do?

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