You Should Always Leave Sam's Club Pallets Alone. Here's Why

Sam's Club is one of the best options if you're looking for accessible, affordable products on your weekly grocery run. As per the brand's official site, the company is a big name in the industry with thousands of staff members across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. There are as many as 600 outlets in the U.S. and in Puerto Rico and the brand is showing no signs of slowing down.

By the way, the next time you're buying bath tissues at Sam's Club, you'll want to be extra careful. The brand is quite vocal about its dedication to ensuring its customers' safety. A description on its official site reads, "Walmart and Sam's Club are committed to the health and safety of our customers and members and to providing products that are safe and compliant, all supported by our health and wellness, product safety, and food safety professionals." However, Redditors aren't too impressed with these claims. This is why.

There are safety and quality concerns at Sam's Club

According to a Reddit post, things aren't quite up to the mark at Sam's Club. A shopper put up a photo of pallets with bath tissues that posed a potential safety hazard for customers. Also, a wad of bath tissues was missing from the original stock of bath tissues. That doesn't sound right. An irate employee wrote about their displeasure. They stated, "Literally my pet peeve. I work the paper towels and toilet paper at my club and every time I'm bringing out some more to stock they'll [customers] open the dag on pallet when they see pallets full of paper towels [or toilet paper] out in the opening." Sigh.

Another commentator wrote that members at their local outlet tend to reach out for products in inaccessible places instead of opting for the more convenient options, making things difficult for everyone else. As a commentator wrote sarcastically, "Why look to see if we have them anywhere else? I mean, obviously we keep them there for the customer to unwrap and grab themselves." Annoying much?