To whom it may concern, I went to What a burger in Gulfport,Ms. on Hwy 49 from off I-110. I went there to eat breakfast on Aug 07,2013 becaus3e my friend said that there was very good food there.. So I went.. I ordered my breakfast with a milk, and I drink the milk and it tasted really bad.. So, I smelled it and it smelled very soar.. It was very nasty!!! Then I went to tell someone about it and they gave me another one and that one was bad too. The dates on the bottle was right on them. They asked me if I 2wanted another one and I said no thanks.. It really upset me.. My kids could have drank that mess and got really sick off of it.. I will never eat there again and waste my time and money..
I was going to a store in South Austin Texas at 4am everyday to walk my dog, then go in for biscuits and gravy. No reason, manager tells me not to park my car there anymore. Fine! I will NEVER eat at another Whataburger! 17 family members and friends say they will no longer eat there anymore either. IHOP is always good.
I've been trying to contact corporate office for a while now on josefina Gonzalez a manager at unit 144 in pasadenda TX she is known to harass team members threatening Them there jobs many of employees have had same issue with josefIna gonzalez she is a pathological liar, poor worker, lazy and an embarrassment to this establishment she sits on her phone all night on her facebook and in the office checking the survey statuses on the computer She does the whataburger surveys so she can get Her Bonus every month she all the surveys Are done from her registered in her name she would ask employees To borrow their phones to do Surveys I have proof on my phone that she used my phone to do the Whataburger Survey the district manager has even caught her on the phone little did he know she was doing a survey she gives ex employees discounts may be even stealing money that she would have hiding in the office apart from the safe she fired me because I refused to scub the floor with bleach that she bought from a korgers with money from a register I am filing unemployment my case is still under investigation Id rather work for your company than receive unemployment my work id 841828
I went to Whataburger on a Sunday at 11:30 am not really busy. I went through the drive-thru. The intercom person did not greet me in anyway but just asked me what I wanted to order. I was cheerful and placed my order. When I got to the drive-thru - again the young lady did not greet me or repeated my order but took my money. She gave me my food and looked away as she said a quick "Thank you". No eye contact, no smile - What happened to customer service? They were not busy at that time of the day. Whataburger you have plenty of competition with other burger businesses. This customer will not return to that store or other Whataburger's again!
I went to the Whataburger in Wharton ,Texas tonight and it took so long for us to get our food, not to mention the employee working the window was rude .This same employee was digging in her hair ,( not very sanitary I would think). This place is soooo unorganized ! They are lacking managers with management skills . My elderly parents went with my husband and I one night and we didn't think that we were ever going to recieve our food --- after what seemed like 30 minutes, we went to the counter and recieved "some" of our order. This place used to be so pleasant to dine there when the manager named Diane worked there in the evenings, but now that she has been gone for such a long time, it really is lacking in just about every area.
The Whataburger on Chimney Rock in Houston has really gone down hill since Ms.Evelyn left. 18 minutes in the line at the drive in window for 2 breakfast taquitos...and the size of them ...wow! They have really cut back on the eggs and gone up on the price, I can't say I will be back. Get Ms. Evelyn back and save your morning business before it is too late. This is very sad to me since I have been going to Whataburger since the mid 1960s.
I have been discussing your recent corporate statement concerning banning open carry of handguns after it becomes legal for CHL licensees next year, with a number of my friends who carry. Several said they would stop patronizing Whataburger because of your stand, as they see it as a civil rights issue. It seems to make no safety sense to allow concealed carry, but ban open carry, since having a concealed carry license will be a prerequisite for open carry in TX as well. Thus, your policy allows the very same people to carry a gun inside their shirt, but not outside it. Strange policy, unless it is based on your belief that simply SEEING folks carrying guns (openly) would be so disquieting that it would cause customers to stop eating at Whataburger. If this is your belief, I wonder what you base it on? It is certain that you will lose some business from folks who see your decision as an infringement of their civil rights, yet I suppose it may also be true that you would lose some business from those who fear the sight of guns. It seems to me, that the more logical approach for your corporate HQ to take, would be to do a brief survey of your "eat in" customers, to see how they actually feel about it, and how many there may be in each camp. You might also ask if any would actually stop coming in based on your policy regarding carrying guns inside your restaurants. That way, you would, at least, have some real DATA on which to base your corporate decision. If you find a majority would prefer NOT to see guns worn inside, then you can publish that fact and use it as a "disclaimer" of sorts to justify your decision to the pro-gun side. If it shows the opposite, you can also publish that data, and use it to justify following the state gun laws as written, "in order to satisfy your customers." If your policy is intended, as your statement said, to avoid upsetting customers, then I see no down-side to commissioning such a survey. Of course, if your statement is actually based on your political beliefs, rather than a desire to please your customers, then you wouldn't want to commission such a study. In any case, it does seem rather silly to say that someone who has gone through all the difficulty of qualifying for a CHL, background checks, 10 hours of class, shooting tests, written test, etc. and proven himself to be a safe, rational, citizen, is only going to be acceptable as a customer if he keeps his gun inside his shirt. I assume LEOs will still be able to get their discount and wear their guns openly in Whataburgers, right?
I work at a whataburger 986 in Houston and I stand on my feet 8 hours a night I work over night I'm a diabetic with bad knees sometimes I get ill n I get no break mostly just because management doesn't wanna give one bad about giving new shirts n hats I work to hard to not get a break working 3 to 4 days back to back with one break in them days
Some employees at the Corporate Office have company's cellular phones, and they are using for personal purposes, using to send nasty photos and videos to people outside the company or inside. This should be addressed by HR.
#595 Donna Tx. I was in the line to order and over heard your manager stating that she was going to use vacation time for an employee that was sick, and she also asked an employee to not punch in, that she was going to use a sick day of hers so that way labor would be low, I came home and thought about it, if this young lady works on a sick day and gets hurt, how in the world are you going to explain that. So I did some investigation come to find out she punches in and goes home if any problem arises the manager on duty calls her on the phone and she'll decide to come in or not, supposedly this happens several times a week, oh then she'll call someone to punch her out. Must be nice to have a job with bonuses and don't really have to be there. Just for your information.
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